Maker Jerseys: Building the next generation

Kerry Alexander and her five-year-old daughter, Lainie, make their home at Maker Jerseys. Alexander has dedicated the last 12 years to milking and developing the herd. As a dedicated 4-H leader, she also welcomes young people to the farm. Many local youths have experienced Alexander’s open-house environment for learning and had an opportunity to work hands-on with some of the best Jerseys in North America. Read on for the full tale of Alexander’s road to dairy success. For full story go to the AgriProfile Section of our website. McFarlane photo

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