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Mayfield Dairy Farms (Braselton, GA)
1160 Broadway Ave, Braselton, GA   30517
Map Location           Latitude: 34.1044775   Longitude: -83.7839402
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Mayfield Dairy Farms began when my grandfather, T. B. Mayfield, established Live Oak Farms in 1912. He purchased 45 Jersey cows and began to sell the milk to homes in Athens, Tennessee. In the early 20's, my grandfather built the first milk plant in our area capable of pasteurizing milk. He purchased a ten-gallon ice cream freezer in 1923 and began making ice cream. Since these humble beginnings, people in East Tennessee and the Southeast have enjoyed top quality Mayfield dairy products.

Visit us at a Mayfield Visitor Center in Athens, Tennessee, or Braselton, Georgia. Browse the Mayfield gift shop and take a free and educational plant tour. It?s fun for the family or a perfect field trip for schools, church groups and other organizations!

Monday ? Friday
10am ? 4pm
10am ? 1pm
No tours on Wednesday

Other Information
Comfortable, slip-resistant shoes are recommended when touring the plant. The Visitor Centers are wheelchair accessible; however, part of the plant is not, due to stairs.

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From: "[email protected]" <[email protected]>Add sender to ContactsTo: [email protected] you for your recent e-mail to Mayfield┬«. We appreciate your interest in our products.

Mayfield is one of the country?s leading dairy brands, and it is an important part of the Dean Foods portfolio. Challenging economic conditions have affected the entire dairy industry. We have had to make difficult choices to ensure that the Mayfield brand and Dean Foods as a whole remain competitive.

We recently made the decision to close the Mayfield Visitor Center in Braselton at the end of October. The center will remain closed at least through the end of the year while we evaluate whether we can operate it in a way that is less costly.

We enjoy sharing the Mayfield story with the visiting public through the interactive center, but its current operating structure is not economically sustainable. This decision was a difficult but necessary one that will help us continue to invest in the Mayfield brand and the hundreds of employees that produce and sell Mayfield products.

Thanks again for contacting the Consumer Affairs Department.

Brian Laffler
Consumer Response Representative

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