There’s nothing more peaceful than a herd of cows contently chewing their cud. And there’s nothing better than having someone else take care of them while they are right out your doorstep. William Llewelyn, best known as Bill, grew up with cows. Five or six years ago, he sold his own cows and started renting out the barns. He and his wife Betsy own the farm as partners.
Brian Peila has filled the stalls with 300 Holsteins and Jerseys of his own and is a ready customer for the feed Bill sells.
Situated in Northfield, MA, Bill sells grain and hay and grows 340 acres of corn that is either sold by the ton or by a 50-pound bag as shell corn for heating purposes or as animal feed. Continue reading