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Going big on the farm 'a different way of doing things'

8:17 AM, Nov. 25, 2012
Cows are fed inside one of the massive barns at Kinnard Farms Inc. last week in Kewaunee County.
Cows are fed inside one of the massive barns at Kinnard Farms Inc. last week in Kewaunee County.
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The dairy cow, an iconic symbol of Wisconsin industry and culture, has become the center of an emotional struggle among neighbors in the rural outskirts of this farming community.

Kinnard Farms Inc., which has been a fixture in Kewaunee County for more than 60 years, is stirring anxiety among some of its neighbors with plans to double its herd from about 3,000 cows to 6,000.

The move would elevate the 5,000-acre Kinnard Farms - located about 30 miles east of Green Bay - to one of Wisconsin's largest dairy farms. ...

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