WestFarm Foods to expand in Idaho’s Magic Valley

WestFarm Foods plant to construct a technologically advanced, 70,500 square foot dehydration facility along side its existing milk condensing plant in Jerome, Idaho. The new facility will have the initial capacity to process 3.3 million pounds of locally produced milk per day into non-fat dry milk. The plant is designed to be further expanded to process six million pounds per day into cheese, whey or non-fat dry milk, depending on the markets and milk availability. The new plant’s daily capacity of 3.3 million pounds is roughly equivalent to 390,000 gallons of milk per day. Raw milk for the new facility will be supplied from dairy farms in the Magic Valley and surrounding areas.

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