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Peter Peltz 
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Re: “At Butterworks Farm, a Family Faces Succession

Terrific account on how back to landers from the 60's and 70's have followed the transitional history of Vemont's rural based economy that is now being passed on to the next generation. Bothfeld, whose family farm in Cabot overlooks central Vermont's working landscape, captures this historical context, "...coupled with the baby boomers' march into retirement, could represent a sea change in Vermont agriculture. She likened it to the "last big one" from merino sheep to dairy in the mid-19th century.Is it a crisis? Bothfeld doesn't think so. She seemed confident that Vermont will remain an agricultural place, and dairy will continue to be a big part of it."
Vermont continues to inspire and support the pioneering, can do, hard work is good ethos of a land based economy that we should all cherish and support.
Peter Peltz
Woodbury

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Posted by Peter Peltz on 06/14/2017 at 9:17 PM

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