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‘Open Farm Sunday’ to be featured at two local farms

Dimock Farms owner Don Dimock will open his Peru farm to the public this Sunday, Oct. 16, as part of “Open Farm Sunday,” an initiative by Cabot Creamery, a 1,200-farm family dairy cooperative based in Montpelier, Vt.

Dimock Farms owner Don Dimock will open his Peru farm to the public this Sunday, Oct. 16, as part of “Open Farm Sunday,” an initiative by Cabot Creamery, a 1,200-farm family dairy cooperative based in Montpelier, Vt. Photo by Jeremiah S. Papineau.

Hidden View Farm — a 600-cow, 1,000-acre dairy farm owned by Tetreault and his brothers, Dan and Don — has been featured in Eastern Dairy Business Magazine and Hoards Dairyman for the herd management and their farm’s growth over the years.

“We want people to come out [to Open Farm Sunday],” said Tetreault. “It’s a great way to show people what we do.”

Hidden View Farm and Dimock Farms are the only dairy farms in Clinton County registered to participated in this Sunday’s event, which will be from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For more information about Open Farm Sunday, visit www.openfarmsunday.coop.

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