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    Cows wait to be herded into the milking parlor to be milked Thursday at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton. The cows are expected to become even more productive when their waste is used to create biogas in a partnership with Summit Natural Gas of Maine.

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    Jenni Tilton-Flood, of the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton, describes on Thursday a new collaboration with the Summit Natural Gas of Maine to produce renewable natural gas from cow manure. The farm's 1,800 milking cows provide an ample supply of manure.

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    Workers keep pace as cows are milked Thursday on a rotating 100-stall milking parlor at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton. The cows are expected to become even more productive when their waste is used to create biogas in a partnership with Summit Natural Gas of Maine.

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    Jessika Hall milks cows Thursday on a circular 100-stall milking parlor at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton. The cows are expected to become even more productive when their waste is used to create biogas in a partnership with Summit Natural Gas of Maine.

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    Two cows at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton wait Thursday in a pen to be milked. The cows are expected to become even more productive when their waste is used to create biogas in a partnership with Summit Natural Gas of Maine.

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    George Greenwood, driving a bucket loader, fills a manure spreader Thursday at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton. Eight dairy farms are partnering with Summit Natural Gas of Maine to produce biogas and other products from cows’ manure.

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    A farm worker flips tires with a backhoe Thursday to drain water from them. The tires hold tarps over silage at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton. Eight dairy farms are partnering with Summit Natural Gas of Maine to produce biogas and other products from cows’ manure.

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    Farm workers operating bucket loaders will have a new task to accomplish when they start moving the waste of thousands of cows from the Flood Brothers dairy farm and seven others to a digester that will convert the manure into useful products, including biogas.

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    A farm worker spreads cow manure Thursday on a field at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton. Eight dairy farms are partnering with Summit Natural Gas to produce biogas and other products from cows’ manure.

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    George Greenwood operates a bucket loader Thursday amid manure piles at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton. Summit Natural Gas of Maine plans to produce renewable natural gas from cow manure in partnership with eight dairy farms. Flood Brothers’ 1,800 milking cows provide an ample supply of manure.

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    William Flood, of the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton, on Thursday repairs a harrow used for planting crops. The farm’s cows will contribute more than milk in the future, as their waste will be used to make biogas in partnership with Summit Natural Gas of Maine.

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    Jenni Tilton-Flood on Thursday stands amid the future of the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton, a 400-foot drive-through barn filled with young stock that will no doubt contribute to a new collaboration with Summit Natural Gas of Maine to produce renewable natural gas from cow manure.

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    Darci Owens bottle feeds a newborn calf Thursday at the Flood Brothers dairy farm in Clinton. The cows are expected to become even more productive when their waste is used to create biogas in a partnership with Summit Natural Gas of Maine.

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