Posted October 20, 2018 11:08:07 It’s no secret that the dairy industry in Texas has been struggling in recent years.
A massive dairy industry is under attack from a wide array of factors, from rising global milk prices to increased competition from imported dairy products.
But that doesn’t mean there isn’t a viable option for dairy farmers in the state.
Many of these producers have gone to the big farm for years and are now looking for the next big move.
Here are a few of our favorites:Bristol Farms: The world’s largest producer of milk, the B.F.S.
Bristols farm has operated on the edge of the industry for nearly 60 years.
The company has over 100 acres of land, making it the largest farm in the world.
As the company prepares for its next expansion, B.f.S.’s CEO Steve Davis said, “We’re trying to be the best.
That’s why we have such a large, diverse workforce and what we do has the ability to reach out to more and more people.”
It’s a business that thrives on quality, Davis said.
“It’s all about quality,” he said.
B.F.-Bristolin’s production capacity is so large that it can support an entire dairy herd.
According to the company’s website, it is able to produce over 600,000 pounds of milk a year.
“We have more cows than we have people, so we can handle more animals than any other dairy farm in Texas,” said Davis.
is also a producer of organic milk.
Davis explained that organic milk is not only safe to consume, but it has a higher amount of nutrients, such as B vitamins, vitamin B12 and vitamin E. “Our organic milk, if it’s good quality, is also less expensive,” he added.
“There are a lot of different things that can be used in organic milk that are not found in conventional milk.
We are able to utilize that and we have a very good, safe organic product that people are very happy with.”
Malibu Farm: The second largest producer in Texas, Malibu Farm is also known for its quality milk, said Davis, who owns two cows.
“Malibu has grown in the dairy business in Texas since the mid-1970s, and it’s been doing well in the marketplace, as well,” Davis said with a laugh.
“The demand for premium quality milk in Texas is huge.”
One of the things that made Malibu successful in the market was its ability to create quality milk with a high degree of consistency.
“This is where you have to have consistency,” Davis explained.
“You can’t do it if it doesn’t look good.
We’ve developed a process that has allowed us to produce quality milk at a very high level of consistency.”
Davis said the company is able get through the year with just a few cows at a time.
“In terms of the quality of the milk, it’s very, very high quality,” Davis continued.
“But it’s also very expensive to produce.”
Malibu Farms also has an impressive marketing campaign that has helped to increase demand for its milk.
It’s also known that it has an excellent supply chain.
“A lot of these companies don’t have that,” Davis added.
Bryant Farms: Located in Bexar County, Bryant Farms is the second largest dairy farm and the fourth largest producer on the entire Texas farm.
Bryant Farms has over 2,500 acres of dairy land.
Bryant’s founder, Brian Bryant, said, “[Our dairy] is about producing quality milk.
Quality milk is important to our business.
We want to make sure that we are producing quality and affordable milk, and we’ve done that.”
Bryant said that his business started as a small dairy, but he was able to expand after he learned that his competitors were getting tired of producing the same quality milk as he was.
Bryant said, [Our farm] is all about consistency and quality.
We make it very, really easy to understand.
The process is very, VERY easy.
You can see, the milk has a lot to do with it.
“He added, “Quality milk is one of the best commodities in the industry.
Quality is a big thing.
If you have quality milk it doesn