/EIN News/ — Roswell, New Mexico, Oct. 02, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gerry Greathouse settled in the Pecos Valley of New Mexico forty years ago with his wife and a newborn baby to start a dairy business with his college roommate, Jeff.
The Pecos River valley, just south of Roswell, has been home to farming for over 100 years due to its world-class aquifer. The water is closely safeguarded. At a time when most dairy farmers were becoming part of larger cooperatives, Gerry and his partner, Jeff, had the idea of developing a vertically-integrated dairy operation that would produce, bottle and distribute milk to the region. Gerry took on the reigns of the dairy and Jeff took control of the operation of the bottling plant.
To those unfamiliar with dairy farming, it is a combination of hard work, long days, and the need to be familiar with the constantly-evolving sciences of crop cultivation, animal husbandry, and cow health. This…
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