NFC produces fresh and cultured dairy products, which fit the everyday ways people eat, servicing the increasing market interest in traceable, local, grass-based dairy. Grade A products are differentiated from other value added products (like cheddar) in that they are quick turnover and high-margin, yet they must meet more complicated state and federal regulations (all of which NFC achieves). NFC currently hauls milk from Billings Farm in Woodstock, VT. This grass fed Jersey milk will be the basis for NFC’s products until we can Bring The Cows Back, Norwich. NFC’s business is up and running, with turnover increasing week by week now that it has access to a milk supply of proper quality and adequate volume. In the last six months, it has added customers such as the Upper Valley Food Coop, the Woodstock Inn, Brownsville Butcher, Brattleboro Coop, City Market, Healthy Living, and is selling 100% of it’s production every week. NFC will produce Bottled Pasteurized Milk, Bottled Raw Milk, Yogurt, Ricotta, Kefir, and Ice Cream. NFC milk offers more nutrition at a greater value: targeting a price point that is above conventional milk and below organic milk, while offering milk that is higher in protein, fat, and features a grass-based biochemistry.