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    This cow's two tags, one on each ear, differentiates it from others Tuesday in the herd of the Hilton Farm in Norridgewock. The orange tag at left is a transmitter for the Cow Management software system that provides essential information on each cow on the farm. The farm, owned and operated by Jim and Liz Hilton, earned the Green Pastures Award for its efficient practices. The award was presented in September at the Big E — the Eastern States Exposition — in Storrowton Village, near Springfield, Massachusetts,.

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    Staff photo by David Leaming Liz Hilton interacts with calves Tuesday at the Hilton Farm in Norridgewock. The farm earned the Green Pastures Award for its efficient practices. The award was presented in September at the Big E — the Eastern States Exposition — in Storrowton Village, near Springfield, Massachusetts.

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    Jim Hilton walks past a twin row corn seeder Tuesday at his farm in Norridgewock. The machine, other equipment and technology helped the farm earn the Green Pastures Award for its efficient practices. The award was presented in September at the Big E — the Eastern States Exposition — in Storrowton Village, near Springfield, Massachusetts.

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    Jim Hilton works on a computer Tuesday in an office in one of the barns at the Hilton Farm dairy operation in Norridgewock. Using the Cow Management software system, Hilton can read individual cow statistics such as milk output, where the cow is on the farm and the health of any one of his 250 milking Holsteins. The farm earned the Green Pastures Award for its efficient practices. The award was presented in September at the Big E — the Eastern States Exposition — in Storrowton Village, near Springfield, Massachusetts.

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    Jim and Liz Hilton, seen Tuesday in the kitchen of their farmhouse at the Hilton Farm in Norridgewock, have been embracing technology that has changed dairy farming. The farm earned the Green Pastures Award for its efficient practices. The award was presented in September at the Big E — the Eastern States Exposition — in Storrowton Village, near Springfield, Massachusetts, .

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