Farm owners adapt to grow

GOT MILK? Louis and Jane Escobar with some of the 185 cows on their Portsmouth farm. Escobar Farm is one of nine ­remaining dairy farms in the state. / PBN PHOTO/ KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
GOT MILK? Louis and Jane Escobar with some of the 185 cows on their Portsmouth farm. Escobar Farm is one of nine ­remaining dairy farms in the state. / PBN PHOTO/ KATE WHITNEY LUCEY
Mindful of technological changes, and how they can help a small, century-old business, the owners of ­Escobar Farm have maintained their family-run dairy ­operation for more than 45 years. The farm is now in its second generation. It began as Highland Farm in 1937, purchased by the father of current owner Louis Escobar. Louis and…

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