As the snow melted away in Boston, Massachusetts it remained deep in the Berkshire Mountain areas to the west. State Troopers and The Wildlife department joined together to rescue a family who had been trapped at their family farm for over three months. The farm is located at the distant end of a twenty mile dirt road.
It was necessary for the family to continue milking their one hundred head of cows. However, the milk truck tankers could no longer reach the family after the first twenty-six inches of snow started to accumulate. The family came upon a unique solution.
One of their silos had been emptied just a few weeks before the trucks stopped arriving. The family hosed the silo down and inserted a white sleeve made of the long plastic hay holders often seen on farms. When their stainless steel milk cooler became full the family began putting the milk…
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