Big CAFO to Southern Wisconsin
BRADFORD TOWNSHIP — The Bradford Town Board on Tuesday will get its first look at plans for a 4,600-cow dairy on the Rock Prairie east of Janesville.
Nebraska dairy farmer Todd Tuls asked to be on the agenda for Tuesday night’s regular board meeting so he could share information about the project, Clerk Sandra Clark said.
Tuls is considering a 160-acre parcel on the northeast corner of Highway 14 and Scharine Road in far eastern Rock County.
The parcel is owned by Tom and Sue Metcalf, according to Rock County records.
If it happens, the dairy herd would be the biggest in Rock County.
Tuls is Nebraska’s biggest dairy farmer, Dairy Council of Nebraska spokeswoman Stacey Fletcher has said. He milks 10,000 cows on two sites near Shelby, Neb., about 80 miles west of Omaha, Fletcher said.
Ralph Wetmore is one Bradford Township property owner who toured Tuls’ Nebraska operation.
The size of Tuls’ barns is a little overwhelming, Wetmore said...
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Posted by Sunny Badger at 10/12/2010