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Farm Fresh Podcast: Milk Makers

Matt & Jenna Kilgus bottle milk from their family's herd of Jersey dairy cows right on their farm near Fairbury. Photo courtesy of Illinois Farm Bureau

Matt & Jenna Kilgus bottle milk from their family’s herd of Jersey dairy cows right on their farm near Fairbury. Photo courtesy of Illinois Farm Bureau

Kilgus Farmstead bottles milk from their herd of Jersey dairy cows right on the farm near Fairbury. As the only on-farm bottling facility in Illinois, farmers Matt & Jenna Kilgus and their family are carving out a niche for their dairy products.

Check out the story in this week’s interview with Matt Kilgus below – or go see the milk bottling process for yourself with a visit to the farmstead store! Click here to learn more.

Tune in to WJBC every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. for the Farm to Table segment.

Farm Fresh Podcast: Milk Makers

Kilgus Farmstead bottles milk from their herd of Jersey dairy cows right on the farm near Fairbury. As the only on-farm bottling facility in Illinois, farmers Matt & Jenna Kilgus and their family are carving out a niche for their dairy products.

Check out the story in this week’s interview with Matt Kilgus below – or go see the milk bottling process for yourself with a visit to the farmstead store! Click here to learn more.

Tune in to WJBC every Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. for the Farm to Table segment.

Farm Fresh Podcast: Homegrown by Heroes

In honor of Veteran’s Day, our Farm to Table segment takes a look at Homegrown by Heroes, a product label for food and farm products grown or raised by past or present members of any branch of the military.

As a Korean war veteran, Ray Ropp, with Ropp Jersey Cheese recently applied to use the Homegrown by Heroes label for the cheese, meat and other products made or raised on his family’s farm near Normal, IL.

Check out the story from this week’s Farm to Table segment episode 11.11.15. Tune in every Wednesday at 12:45 to hear to the Farm to Table segment onWJBC radio.

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