Morrison's Custom Feeds

 28 Creamery Lane
Barnet, VT 05821


Organic and Conventional. We can ship pallets of bagged grain anywhere in New England - directly to your farm.


Meet the Staff


Leslie Morrison

Les Morrison, President of Morrison’s Custom Feeds, Inc., is a 4th generation farmer whose family has raised dairy cattle, sheep, and chickens. Les graduated in 1971 from VTC with a Degree in Agriculture Business. After graduation he started a small business of selling and installing automated farm equipment and grain handling equipment. This gave him the skills needed to build a feed mill.

He started Morrison’s Custom Feeds 30 years ago, bringing his strong farm family values to the feed business. Over those years he has enjoyed the challenge of building a successful feed company and watching it grow. When he has down time away from the mill he enjoys working the fields and growing grains. Enjoying most of all, spending time with his family.


Earl Morrison

Earl Morrison has been an active player in the family business since he could walk, taking a strong interest in machinery at a young age then later the manufacturing of feeds. Les's oldest son joined the company full time in 2005 after graduating from SUNY Cobleskill with a bachelor of technology degree in Agriculture Business. He now manages the feed mill, drives tractor trailer and works closely with Vermont farmers who grow and supply grains for the plant. Earl brings incredible dedication to his work with Morrison's Custom Feeds and believes in the future of agriculture in New England.


Greg Morrison


Greg Morrison

Greg has grown up working at the Morrison's Custom Feeds mill on weekends and during his vacations from school. From the time he could swing a hammer he has helped his family make improvements towards the state of the art facitliy they have today. He graduated in November 2010 from SUNY Cobleskill with a Bachelor's Degree in Agricultural Business. Upon returning home he co-managed the mill with his brother Earl. Currently he is pursuing his interest in nutrition and sales covering South Central Vermont. Greg enjoys working with both conventional and organic farms and knows in today's markets you have to be creative so farms can be profitable.

Greg covers south central Vermont and can be e-mailed at

Mike Thresher

Mike is a 3rd generation Vermont farmer with a passion to see the farms in Northern New England survive and flourish. He graduated with a degree in Agribusiness Management, worked early on in the dairy feed business, then joined the family dairy and took over the farm in 1997. In 2000, Mike joined with Morrison's Custom Feeds and helped it become a leader in the Northern New England organic dairy industry. In addition, he has worked to expand and develop the conventional dairy program at Morrison’s.

Mike currently covers most of Vermont with organic dairy and works near central Vermont with conventional farms. Mike can be reached at


Tina Mitchell - Business Administration

Vivian Layton - Business Administration


From left to right: Greg Morrison, Pete Gibson, Ben Towle, Earl Morrison, Asa White, Stuart Hall, Tim Reynolds, Jason Burnet, Tom Houde, Les Morrison, Steve Fuller, Mike Thresher, Toby Walls, Josh Kennedy, Tina Mitchell, Burt Patenaude and Vivian Layton.