Jack Lazor of Butterworks Farm Writes a Book on 35 Years of Grain Growing

seven-days-food-LazorSeven Days: July 2, 2013 | by Corin Hirsch

Jack Lazor likely resembled any of the hundreds of back-to-the-landers who descended on Vermont during that period. When the idealistic 26-year-old Tufts University grad and his wife bought 60 acres in the Northeast Kingdom, they were towing “a truckload of old farm antiques” and were determined to raise grain on their rocky hilltop. During the next four decades, the couple’s dairy products — rich, tangy yogurt, buttermilk, cream and kefir — have become wildly popular throughout New England…

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