braums-history-1930As the company grew, the need for a bigger processing plant became evident. In 1987, Braum’s construction crews built a 260,000 square foot, state-of-the-art processing plant on the Braum farm in Tuttle. Located only minutes from the milking operation, this plant enables Braum’s to consistently control the freshness, purity and quality of their products.

In 1993, Braum’s construction crews built a new milking complex on the Tuttle farm. This complex consists of 17 freestall barns (over 35 acres) that house the milking herd and a milking parlor, which is the largest of its kind in the world! Three times a day, twenty-four hours a

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