Our Family Dairy Farm

Clardale Farms, Inc. is a fifth generation family-owned dairy farm in Stark County, Ohio. The name “Clardale Farms” originates from Dale and Clara Rohr who started the farm. Today, four generations are involved in the ownership and operation of the dairy including three of Dale and Clara’s ten children; Bruce, Dennis and Tim, and grandson Frank Burkett III, who own and manage the dairy farm.

We currently milk 690 Holstein cows, 3 times each day producing approximately 6000 gallons of milk every 24 hours. In addition to the cows we are milking, we also have another 800 replacement heifers being grown as future cows for the dairy operation.

We farm 800 acres in both Jackson and Lawrence townships, consisting of 250 acres of alfalfa hay, 450 acres of corn, 60 acres of wheat and 40 acres of soybeans. We feed all of the crops we produce to our own cows and purchase additional feed from a select group of other local farmers.

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Ohio Agriculture Connecting for Issues and a Cure

We are proud to host the 2018 Cultivating a Cure fundraiser at our farm and extend a warm welcome to everyone visiting for this wonderful event.

The great work supported by Cultivating a Cure and the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation holds a special place in our hearts and we feel a strong connection to the cause of research for both a cure and the prevention of cancer

Please visit https://www.cultivatingacure.org/ to learn more about the event, the cause, and how the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation supports the research at The The Comprehensive Cancer Center - Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute at The Ohio State University.

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