Maine farmer Jesse Haskell delivers raw milk from farms to processing plants. The 24-year-old works two sides of Northern New England's dairy industry: He milks cows for a national cooperative that sells organic milk to yogurt manufacturer Stonyfield Farm and he transports hormone-free milk from Maine's conventional dairy farms to Oakhurst Dairy. In an increasingly specialized industry, Haskell has the unique vantage of both a farmer and a milk hauler. En route, he works hard but tries to make light of the serious, long-term commitment he has made to the uncertain future of the region's niche dairying business.

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