Kuehnert Dairy Farm
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It’s 4 a.m. and the first of the cows will begin to bellow from the barn. The alarm has gone off and we’ve poured the second cup of coffee. Before the world wakes to tackle another day, we have moved and milked 300 cows. Patting heads, checking udders and feeding calves — it’s the same as every other day on the farm where the unexpected is expected. For 125 years, generations of Kuehnerts have made their way from house to barn before breakfast to bring milk to your breakfast table.