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Crave Brothers Cheese Co. makes a SPLASH! with biogas energy - visit from Obama Administration Officials today!

09 Oct 2009 7:00 AM | Anonymous
Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, White House Council on Environmental Quality Chair Nancy Sutley, and Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle will tour Crave Brothers Farm and Dairy Operation in Waterloo, Wisconsin Friday to see bioenergy in action.

CraveBrothersMascarpone.gifCrave Brothers is an example of a successfully operated modern dairy, using green energy sources to power the farm, cheese factory and 120 area homes. Crave Brothers Dairy Farm and its cheesemaking enterprise, Crave Brothers Farmstead Cheese, have a  computer-controlled anaerobic digester system that generates electricity from biogas created by organic waste from their 750 pampered and productive Holsteins.

The Administration and State officials will discuss the opportunities for rural America to embrace science and lead efforts to create clean energy jobs, achieve energy independence, mitigate climate change, and transition to a clean energy economy.

Congratulations to the Crave family - and sign up to meet Debbie and George Crave in person at SPLASH! on October 26, 5-8 PM, Discovery World, Milwaukee.

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