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Dunajski Dairy Farm

The cows at Dunajski Dairy Farm munch on their locally grown feed mix in the midday sun.

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Ted Dunajski, 79, the third-generation owner of Dunajski Dairy Farm, has worked on the farm since he was ten years old producing quality dairy products for the North Shore community.

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Ted Dunajski describes the different groups of cows at Dunajski Dairy Farm.

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Dunajski Dairy Farm is a six-acre farm with 250 cows hiden in the middle of urban Peabody.

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The dairy cows at Dunajski Dairy Farm are predominantly Holstiens, which produce the most milk and are characterized by their black and white markings.

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A farm worker heads to the large open air barn to collect the cows for their evening milking.

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A collection of antique milk bottles from dairies across Massachusetts in the home of Ted Dunajski.

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Lette, a Jersey cow, extends her cute snout towards the camera. Jersey cows produce less milk than Holsteins, but offer more butterfat and protien.

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Cows are milked twice a day using modern milking technology at Dunajski Dairy Farm.

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Patrese, a Holstein dairy cow, walks from the barn to the milking station during sunset for her evening milking as pigeons flock overhead.

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Dunjaski dairy cows are incredibly friendly, making for lots of photos of their curious, adorable snouts.

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A week-old newborn calf is tucked in a warming blanket in the nursery section of Dunajski Dairy Farm.

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Willow, a Holstein cow, waits to step up to the milking bay for evening milking.

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Cows await their evening milking at Dunajski Dairy Farm in Peabody.

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Dunajski dairy cows wait patiently in the milking bays as they are milked.

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Pigeons fly through the dairy barn of Dunajski Dairy in Peabody.

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Praise is a Holstein dairy cow at Dunajski Dairy Farm in Peabody.

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PEABODY — What do Winfrey’s Fudge, the Topsfield Fair, Farmer Brown’s Market, Bagel World and Kane’s Donuts have in common? They all get their dairy and beverage products from one of the best-kept secrets in Peabody — Dunajski Dairy Farm.  The company motto? There are cows in Peabody. In the case of Dunajski, there are…

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