Woodhouse Family

Photo of the woodhouse family with their cow and goatWhen Randy met Jennifer in 1992, it was true love. Or should we say moo love?

At the time, Jennifer, a recent graduate of the Ontario Veterinary College, was working as a Veterinarian. She made a call to Foothills Dairy in Grey County to treat a cow that had a sore foot. Randy remembers, “When Jen left the farm that day, she took my cheque and my heart.” Today, Randy and Jennifer have four lovely daughters. And they all have a role running Foothills Dairy – a 500 acre, 45 cow operation. The Woodhouse family is highly regarded by friends, family and neighbours, and a family that Gay Lea Foods is proud to call members.

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