Back in 1907, when Las Vegas was just a sleepy little railroad town, a dairy farmer named Harry Anderson started a dairy farm on a sparsely vegetated piece of land, way out in the countryside, across from what is now University Medical Center on West Charleston Boulevard. With luck and hard work, Harry succeeded in raising a small herd of 10-15 milking cows. A Las Vegas tradition was born! Since this relatively new western town was without the modern convenience of refrigeration, Harry Anderson delivered his milk by horse-drawn wagon twice a day to ensure that his customers always had fresh milk. Wet burlap was draped over the bottles in the back of the wagon to keep them cool. Boy, how things were to change! VIEW MORE PHOTOS
BUILDING A DAIRY IN THE DESERT...
OF THE DAIRY
KENNY SEARLESGLEN COONHAROLD BELLANGERDAVE COONDOUG COON