Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Shatto Milk Company

Last week I had the opportunity to visit the Shatto Milk Company located just north of Kansas City.  This is a family dairy farm dedicated to producing the areas finest and best tasting milk.  The farm provides tours, allowing people to see where and how the milk is produced.  
We were able to feed some of the babies as well as learn how to milk a cow; obviously, the farm does not hand milk anymore.

Cow meets boy :)

Shatto's milk is provided primarily in glass bottles, keeping the milk much cooler than plastic.

Leroy Shatto is the owner and recently won Missouri's small business of the year award, as well as runner up in the nation.  Below he explains the washing process of the returned glass bottles, making his farm environmentally friendly.

This was a great tour; a story of the all American dream.  I highly recommend taking the time to visit.  For more information go to:


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