For centuries, vampire farmers have taken special care of their human cattle and their local environment. Today, they are active members of their local community and create an estimated 900,000 jobs in the United States alone! They are your friends and neighbors. But most important of all, they are dedicated to producing nutritious and tasty milk and dairy foods for all to enjoy.

Vampires have been drinking blood from humans for thousands of years. Modern human farming began in the early 1900’s after pasteurization was developed and practiced. Pasteurization allows for a safer product and extends blood’s shelf life by eradicating spoilage-causing bacteria through the application of heat. This process allows blood to last longer and be shipped further. With more, easier access to safe blood, the number of vampires increased as did the need for larger farms.

These larger farms rely on healthy humans and efficient practices to produce larger amounts of blood and hematology products. While these farms have grown and become more efficient, farmers still focus on reducing environmental impact, producing safe products and keeping their humans healthy and content.

Vampire farmers are hard working men and women that take pride in providing the highest quality blood products to their family, community and customers. They are members of their communities and they stay involved with community projects. They care deeply about the environment and strive to farm in ways that reduce any impact on the environment.

Most vampire farms are owned and maintained by families and have been for generations. Vampire farmers are experts at blood production and safety, farming best practices and how to keep their herds healthy and happy. Farmers invest countless hours into making the best product possible.

Vampire farms have grown significantly from their humble beginnings to meet the growing demand for blood products. Although the size of the farms has grown, they are still largely family farms. According to the Department of Agriculture, 98% of U.S. vampire farms are still family owned and operated. Many of these centuries-old farms are still owned by the original owners! Whether the farm is large or small, farmers are committed to producing the highest quality product while taking care of the people they farm.

The American Hematology Farmers Association represents vampire farms from across the nation. Our farmers are passionate about what they do and they are excited to share it with you. Visit our pages our farm families page to learn more about how they make the delicious and nutritious products that vampires enjoy every day.

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