In 2002, Braum’s construction crews built a milking complex on the Follett Farm. Although smaller than the milking operation in Tuttle, the private dairy herd at Follett provides thousands of gallons of fresh, raw milk each day. This milk is then transported to the Braum’s processing plant in Tuttle. Calves born and raised on the Follett Farm will eventually become part of the milking herd. All of the bull calves from both Tuttle and Follett are raised here as well. In 2008, three thousand calf hutches and pens were installed to house the replacement heifers on the Tuttle Farm. These heifers will eventually become part of the milking herd.