These are descriptions of images that are found on the main page of Goodnow Jersey Farm.

This is a picture of a sign that used to hang outside the milkroom. It says "Jerseys for Profit" and it has a picture of a jersey cow with "Goodnow Jersey Farm" and "Albert H. Bradford" written below it.

This is a picture of a grain cart being filled with grain. This cart is pushed twice a day. We feed two tons of grain per week.

This is a picture of John brushing a cow. The cows are brushed before each milking. Cleanliness is important for keeping the cows healthy and making high quality milk.

This is a picture of three cows standing by a bath tub. The cows drink out of the tub when they are outside.

This is a picture of a calf drinking milk from a bucket.

This is a picture of the front of the barn with snow piled up to the top of the windows. It takes two people two or three hours to shovel the snow after a storm.

This is a picture of the side of the barn in early spring. There are window boxes and flower beds all along the front of the barn. The wood used to built the addition came from the farm. The logs had to be hauled half a mile to the river and floated to the mill where they were sawed into boards.

Last Updated: July 14, 2003

Albert Bradford
Goodnow Jersey Farm, Inc.
RR 1 Box 20-D
Turner, ME 04282
(207) 225-3633


Disclaimer: The information from this web page was manually transcribed from DHIA records. The records in this web page are believed to be accurate but not necessarily complete.

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