Jack and Anne Lazor have been farming way up at the tippy top of Vermont since 1979. Their cows graze on open pasture and eat grains grown right on the farm. The yogurt is made with only live cultures, no thickeners. Their maple yogurt contains 10% Vermont maple syrup.
Jack and Anne started growing grain in 1977. Now they plant 150 acres with oats, corn, grains, barley, soy beans, peas and dry beans every year. The grains are cleaned on site in a prairie-style granary they built two decades ago. Grains and corn are ground into flour and cornmeal.
Jack and Anne are pioneers in organic dairy and staple crop farming in Vermont. They’ve helped train dozens of apprentices on the farm, in the granary and in the creamery. When you meet them it’s so clear that they farm because they love it. They believe in clean, simple, beautiful food. After nearly four decades of farming they still have enough passion to carry on through the crazy ups and downs of weather, logistics and changing customer tastes. They are one of the dozen farms that inspire us to do what we do.