The milking facilities at Kinnard Farms in Casco Wisconsin were built for the long haul. “We've been milking at this [dairy] for four years,” says Lee Kinnard, owner and president of Kinnard Farms.“So probably 15 years ago, we sat down as a family and said, okay, where's the future of [...]
Members of the Dairy Business Association re-elected three members to fill open positions on its board of directors today at the group’s annual business meeting at DBA’s Dairy Strong conference, including Lee Kinnard, the group’s secretary. See complete press release here.
Hundreds of middle school students took to the field Thursday to learn about careers in agriculture. A line of school buses, made its way through the 20-acre barn at Kinnard Farms near Casco. Owner Lee Kinnard says this 7,200 dairy cow complex is state-of-the-art. "Technology is the great equalizer that [...]
Ag Career Days spotlights agricultural opportunities Ag Career Days aims to inspire students Founded in 1948, the dairy and crop farm in northern Kewaunee County has grown to house about 8,000 cows and become a leading member of the region’s agricultural community. So it’s fitting that the Kinnard family and [...]
© Robert Clark. Photo of Lee Kinnard The Nature Conservancy works every day with farmers, ranchers and fishers who want to conserve natural resources and reduce their impact on the environment. These five innovators are helping produce better food, healthier soils and cleaner waters. Click here to learn more about Lee [...]
Each year the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy honors dairy farmers and other business owners for outstanding sustainability practices. Meet one of Wisconsin’s recipients, Kinnard Farms.
Kinnard Farms won a U.S. Dairy Sustainability Award at an awards ceremony in Chicago on June 28 for their innovative ways to maximize water, soil and cow comfort while supporting their rural community. Left to right are family members David and Jackie Stewart, Lee Kinnard, and Matt Nuckols, event M.C. [...]
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A family that began farming with 14 cows in 1947 will soon be milking 7,000 in a brand-new rotary milking parlor and cutting-edge cross-ventilated barn. Neatly tucked in the gently rolling topography of northeast Wisconsin, the impressive facility at Kinnard Farms Inc. catches the eye. The enclosed barn stretches one-third [...]