Country Living November 2016
Earlier this summer, Churncraft sold our first butter churn ever at the Country Living Fair in Rhinebeck, NY. It is only fitting that six months later Churncraft was featured in the Country Living Magazine.
We are SO excited to have gotten our first national press and couldn’t be happier that we are on the pages of Country Living! It was such a fun moment seeing the magazine in print for the first time.
We can’t wait for next year’s Country Living Fair. Hope to see you all in Rhinebeck in 2017. And don’t forget to pick up your copy at newstands today!
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