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Macy Stewart, Farm manager

THE BEST PART about Macy Stewart’s job is spending quality time with the cows.

She milks, births, waters, pets, and sometimes serenades the bovines at Traders Point Creamery with a trumpet. Her musical repertoire is cow appropriate: “Back Home Again in Indiana” and “Old Mac-Donald Had a Farm.”

“I play for them frequently, so the older cows are kind of tired of it, but the young ones are totally into it,”

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