Brad and Monica Crandall are the fifth generation to own Crandall Dairy Farms. Every day, they care for 275 milking cows and 240 heifers. They grow corn and alfalfa to feed their cows. They farm with Brad’s brother, Mark, and his wife, Sara. Brad’s father and mother, Larry and Gloria, love to see their grandchildren spend time on the farm learning to care for the animals and the land.
Brad is active in their milk cooperative and sits on the board of the county Farm Bureau. Monica volunteers at her children’s schools and as a Mom’s Club board member.
As dairy farmers that live on and near the land they farm, they understand the importance of protecting and conserving the community’s natural resources.
Our cows, heifers and calves are fed the most optimal diets available. We work with a professional nutritionist to make sure all of their needs are met for their health and to produce the highest quality milk.
— Brad Crandall