Comments for: Woman wins milk for life with story from childhood

Posted Aug. 14, 2012, at 5:57 p.m.

MORRILL | When Robin Roberts Webster was growing up at Quanta-View Farm, her dairy-farmer father used to play a funny trick on children who would come visit — especially her cousins from Connecticut. Roger Roberts, who sold milk for almost 30 years to Portland-based Oakhurst Dairy, told the kids …

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  • Sally Allen

    Wonderful winning story, wonderful newspaper story and wonderful donation to the FD.  Great job all around!

  • Great story!

  • Anonymous

     Oakhurst is a good company, supporting local farmers and giving back to the communities that support it.  I love that they distribute MOOMilk (http://www.moomilkco.com) now, too.

  • Anonymous

    Jeez I’d be rich if I’d have one,2 gallons a day in my house!!

  • Anonymous

    No snarky comments??Cool!

  • Anonymous

    My father used to tell us the same thing!     Congratulations!

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