Farmers in fight to survive: Stable prices hinge on working together

ENOSBURGH — In 2017, there was an average of 796 dairy farms in operation in Vermont. As of this month, there were just 711. That’s a loss of 12 percent. In Franklin County, 11 farms have gone out of business this year. Talk to farmers or their suppliers and you’ll hear of many more operations … Continue reading Farmers in fight to survive: Stable prices hinge on working together