CABOT, Vt. (AP) - The Cabot Creamery Cooperative is planning to consolidate most of its administrative workforce to a 28,000-square facility in Waitsfield, Vt.

The move does not affect employees at the plant in Cabot.

Cabot Creamery employs 599 people in Vermont. A spokesman for Agri-Mark Inc., which owns Cabot Creamery, says about 80-100 workers will gradually move to Waitsfield by early 2014.

The Caledonian Record reports Agri-Mark, based in Lawrence, Mass., is buying and renovating the Waitsfield facility for $2.8 million. It is in the Waitsfield Industrial Park and formerly housed Northern Power Systems.

Agri-Mark is a cooperative of more than 1,200 farmers in New England and northern New York.