Another Farm Hands visit teaches us more of the subtle differences in dairy farming. We visited the Fitch Farm in West Winfield where the family milks about 169 cows twice a day, raises their own heifers and may have the most gentle herd we've met. Milking begins at 5 a.m. in a raised milking parlor that even has a poop tray that catches a majority of the manure. While cleanup may have been a little easier, we found Polly lending more than just a hand, as she used the whole arm to artificially inseminate not one but two cows. And yes there's video.