• Stonyfield Blogger Barnstorming Tour


    A few of you guys asked some really great questions in the comment section of my Stonyfield Barnstorming Tour Recap post. I wasn’t 100% sure how to respond, so I asked my friends at Stonyfield to help me out. They sent me a detailed email with their answers, so I wanted to share them on […]



    Thanks to Carrots โ€˜N’ Cake, I’ve had the opportunity to travel the country and experience some pretty amazing events. One of my favorites– and perhaps the most significant and life-changing for me– took place this time last year. Last June, I participated in Stonyfield’s Blogger Barnstorming Tour with three other bloggers. Stonyfield believes in all […]



    You know what’s really cool? Eating fresh veggies out of a garden without washing them or worrying about what weird chemicals are on them. It’s also pretty neat when iceberg lettuce has an actual flavor to it! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Amy loves her iceberg lettuce too! ๐Ÿ˜€ I think we all enjoyed picking and eating veggies straight […]


    Stonyfield Plant Tour

    June 30, 2010


    The final stop of the Stonyfield Blogger Barnstorming Tour was at the Stonyfield plant for a tour of the facilities. But, before we toured the plant, we ate breakfast! ๐Ÿ˜€ Not surprisingly, breakfast at Stonyfield included lots of yogurt! ๐Ÿ˜€ So much, in fact, that we did a taste-test of a bunch of flavors– many […]



    If you’ve been reading along with my barnstorming adventures, you probably know quite a bit about organic dairy farming by now. Well, it’s time to tell you a little bit about conventional dairy farms. In addition to visiting four organic dairy farms in Vermont, we also visited one conventional farm. Parent Family Farm is a […]



    Near Lake Champlain, Vermont, just a few miles from the Canadian border, you will find the Choiniere Family Farm. It’s owned and operated by Guy (pronounced โ€œgheeโ€) and Beth Choiniere. Their children, Mathieu and Hannah, also help out on the farm quite a bit. Since the mid-1940’s, the farm has been in the family and […]


    Great Grains

    June 29, 2010


    Another one of the organic dairy farms that we visited was the Beidler Family Farm in Randolph Center, Vermont. The Beidlers own 35 cows who’s milk goes to Stonyfield, Organic Valley orย Cabot, who cooperatively makes Organic Valley Vermont Cheddar Cheese. These are already some of my favorite brands, so now I really want to support […]