Jolynn McClelland’s parents didn’t exactly demand that she continue the family business. Both came from long lines of West Marin dairy families, and they knew the work was getting harder. They wanted their kids to have choices. 

“There are people who have stayed in because they feel this immense family pressure,” Jolynn said. “My family, they actually were . . .

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