Our Locations

Blue Sky Farms is a multi-site dairy and farming business located in the Texas panhandle, central Texas and Ohio, and proudly produces 115,000 gallons of quality milk per day. In addition to milking cows, we raise our own heifers and grow crops including, corn, sorghum, alfalfa, haygrazer, grass, wheat, and triticale. Blue Sky Farms employs over 200 people at seven locations in Texas and Ohio.

Texas Panhandle

High Plains Dairy


Jesus Ojeda

• Started in 2002
• Parlor – 72 Cow Rotary
• Cows Milked Twice per Day
• Cow Housing: Cross-Ventilated Freestall Barns
• 47 Employees
• Produces enough milk to feed approximately 225,000 people dairy products

Something interesting about this location:

• AFI Milk Meters
• Temperature Monitoring in Cross Ventilation Barns
• Close-Loop System for Barn Flushes

Ridge View Dairy


Justin Burrus

• Started in 2014
• Parlor – Double 44 Parallel
• Cows Milked Twice per Day
• Cow Housing – Open Lot Pens with Shades
• 32 Employees
• Produces enough milk to feed approximately 130,000 People Dairy Products

Something interesting about this location:

• Enclosed Feed Center
• Cow Cooling System in Holding Pen
• Water System

High Plains Farms & Zipper Farms


Rick Seaton

• Irrigated & Dry Land Farming
• Forages Grown for the Dairies – Corn, Sorghum, Haygrazer, Grass, Wheat, and Triticale
• Farming Activities Provided by Farm – Fieldwork, Planting, Spraying
• Have Cattle on Wheat Pasture
• Utilize Manure Nutrients from the Dairy for Soil Fertility & Crop Needs
• 10 Employees

Something interesting about this location:

• VSD for Wells
• Remote Pivot Monitoring
• Involvement with Pump Company

Cotton Lane Dairy


David Christopher

  • Location

    14527 N CR 3700 | Idalou, TX 79329

• Started in 2017
• Parlor – Double 30 Parallel
• Cows Milked 3 Times per Day
• Cow Housing – Open Lot Pens with Shades
• 24 Employees
• Produces enough milk to feed approximately 85,000 People Dairy Products

Something interesting about this location:

• DC305 for Herd Information
• Pocket CowCard (EID)
• FeedWatch for Feeding

Midway Heifer Yard


Clint Al-ag

• Started in 2014
• Raises the Heifers for the Dairies from Day Old until 21 Months
• Calves are fed Milk 2 Times per Day & Housed in Individual Hutches
• 47 Employees

Something interesting about this location:

• Feedyard that has been converted to a Heifer Facility
• Track Weights on Heifers – 4 times by the age of 13 Months
• Ensure Calves are receiving needed Colostrum for a Healthy Beginning to Life
• 520,000 Pounds of Feed Delivered Each Day to Heifers

Central Texas

Southland Dairy


Arjen Geijsel

• Started in 2012
• Parlor – Double 24 Parallel
• Cows Milked Twice per Day
• Cow Housing – Cross Ventilated Freestall Barns
• 31 Employees
• Produces enough milk to feed approximately 115,000 People Dairy Products

Something interesting about this location:

• Facility converted from Open Lot to Cross Ventilation
• New Sand is Used for Bedding for the Cows

Ohio

Newport Dairy


Jonathan Moreland

  • Location

    8500 Yankeetown Chenoweth Road | London, OH 43140

• Started in 2013, and has 21 Employees
• Parlor – Double 24 Herringbone
• Cows Milked Twice daily, producing enough milk to feed approximately 70,000 people Dairy Products
• Cow Housing – 6 Row Freestall Barns

Something interesting about this location:

• AFI Milk Meters & Pedometers
• All Cows are Bred with Angus Semen
• Received the Bronze Award from the Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council in 2016