Carnation Farms, namesake of a town and a worldwide milk brand, opens again

Carnation Farms, namesake of a town and a worldwide milk brand, opens again

Carnation Farms, namesake of a town and a worldwide milk brand, opens againThe future of Carnation Farms is getting closer to its past, reopening as a nonprofit working farm and educational center open to the public. But the purebred Holsteins are gone, except for a giant cow statue considered to be a true American roadside attraction.

Elbridge Amos Stuart, the founder of world-renowned brand Carnation Milk, knew something about color.

When the American industrialist bought this farm site in the Snoqualmie Valley back in 1908, he chose a contrasting color scheme of white and red, which reproduced nicely in the black and white photos of the era……Read More……

Source: Carnation Farms, namesake of a town and a worldwide milk brand, welcomes visitors again | The Seattle Times

Carnation Farms, namesake of a town and a worldwide milk brand, opens again

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