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County Farm Earns Dairy of Distinction Award
For Immediate Release: October 20, 1999 Contact:

Hope Gruzlovic


Presenting Distiction Award
Lazy Dairy Farms, operated by George Armbrecht (left) and Laura Riley received the Garden State Milk Council's Dairy of Distinction Award recently from Council President August Knispel. Lazy Dairy Farms is located in Blairstown, Warren County. The Dairy of Distinction honor is awarded annually to dairy operations that are deemed the best representatives of the industry by virtue of general farm maintenance, farm efficiency, creativity, dedication and achievement in a rapidly changing marketplace. The Lazy Dairy Farms covers 258 acres, including 90 acres of corn, 40 acres of alfalfa and 128 acres of grass and woodland. The dairy operation consists of 40 milking Holsteins producing 500,000 pounds of milk per year with another 40 replacement animals. While Armbrecht does most of the farm work, Riley takes care of the calves and their four children, Doug, Paul, Justin and Cathy.