Just off Cook Road east of Interstate 5 sits an unused 80-acre plot of land with the outline of a 49,000-square-foot building drawn in gravel.

The plot was meant to become a state-of-the-art expansion for the Dykstra organic dairy farm, complete with an automated milking system.


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