"These cows are like family to us," said Jennifer Sauer.
"I can't imagine doing anything else," said her husband Shane.
There were thoughts of selling their cattle, life without a farm.
"There were a lot of tears shed there were a lot of thoughts that ran through your head, I cried," Jennifer said.
"You think this may be your last day all kinds of thoughts run through your head that you just can't imagine," Shane said.
This all because they were one of many farms left without a milk buyer. Grassland Dairy Products dropped them.
Grassland decided against buying milk from farms because it lost millions of dollars when the Canadian dairy industry made it harder for U.S. processors to sell ultra-filtered milk used to make cheese in Canada.
"It's just unfair we did nothing wrong to deserve it," Shane said.