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Al Schock found happiness believing in other people, telling jokes and selling pancake tickets.

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Kenny Mattingly did not plan on becoming a cheese maker when he decided to return to his family farm in Austin, Kentucky. He just wanted to get back to doing something he loved, being a dairy farmer like his father.

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James P. “Tom” Camerlo, of Pueblo, Colorado, passed away on December 3, 2009 after a courageous battle with cancer.

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A few years ago, Tom Wall with Language Links, LLC, spent the holiday season in Mexico visiting with the families of U.S. dairy employees. Having worked with those employees back in the States, it was very apparent to him that if granted their Christmas wish, they would all like to be together for the holidays.

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Publishers’ note: Clair Yardley was a great friend to us here at Progressive Dairyman and to many in the dairy industry. He loved working with dairymen to help them solve their problems. One afternoon, Clair was out on an Idaho dairy watching the dairy try to deal with a whole bunch of sloppy manure. He turned to his friend and said “Wayne, (Loewen Welding) – couldn’t you vacuum this up with one of your tanks?” From that conversation the idea for the Loewen Honey-Vac was born. Over the next few years, Clair was responsible for identifying several product enhancements for the Honey-Vac.

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Producers all over the country are proud to dairy. Another producer has found a new way to share that pride at her local fair.

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