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bobwhitesystems.com
(802) 763-2777
461 Waterman Road
Royalton, Vermont 05068

Bob-White Systems creates appropriately-scaled dairy technology and equipment that provides micro-dairy farmers with the opportunity to sell safe, farm fresh milk and dairy products directly to friends and neighbors. Equipment includes small-scale bulk tanks, portable milking equipment, dairy supplies, and a"micro" low impact pasteurizer that is safe, effective, and extremely gentle with the milk.

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Steven Judge
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Bob-White Systems, based in Royalton, serves the rapidly emerging micro-dairy market. We offer equipment, supplies, technology, and resources to enable dairy farmers to build appropriately scaled and community based sustainable businesses. Our Dairy Testing Laboratory is FDA-Certified to provide testing for Vermont's Tier II Raw Milk Program, plus tests for staph, Johne's, Leucosis and milk pregnancy tests for cows. We provide farmstead dairy consulting services and affordable small-scale dairy equipment including bulk tanks, portable milking equipment, and dairy and cheese making supplies. We also manufacture a Low Input-Low Impact (LiLi) HTST pasteurizer. It's our goal to provide micro-dairies milking cows, sheep, goats and even water buffalo with all they need to succeed. Inspired by the Slow Food movement, Bob-White Systems strives to support local, farmstead dairy farmers across the country and increase the availability of locally-produced, safe and delicious farm-fresh milk, cheese and yogurt.
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Categories

  • Farm Inputs
    • Agricultural equipment
  • Food Production
    • Dairy
    • Support organization: Food Production

Products

LiLi pasteurizer, bulk tank, vacuum pumps, laboratory


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Planting a LiLi

The LiLi—a new kind of HTST (high-temperature, short-time) pasteurizer from Bob-White Systems—could lead to a better day for dairy farm families, allowing them to sell non-homogenized, gently pasteurized milk to consumers who want farm-fresh milk but don’t necessarily want raw milk.

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