The Hockmans purchased the farm in 1941 and started a dairy. Soon they started an onsite glass bottling operation. Today, they no longer have dairy cows but still continue to bottle and sell Holstein milk but now the milk is from another local farm. And though the Hockmans no longer milk, they’re not out of the cattle business. They’ve transitioned to raising Holstein heifers that they are crossing with Angus bulls. Along with selling milk and beef, the store offers seasonal produce, eggs and ice cream, all from local farms.
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