Midwest Dairy’s blog features our program experts in Nutrition, Retail and Schools plus dairy farmers and an industry expert. The blog is a forum to share and dialogue about the many reasons why dairy makes sense for you and your family.
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Hi! I am Carolyn Suerth Hudson, a registered and licensed dietitian (RD, LD). All fancy words for letting you know that I am licensed to help you make sense of dairy nutrition.
From the first blade of grass the cow consumes until the time you eat it, I have studied it. I grew up on a farm in southern Illinois and have spent my 20-year career in the agricultural, dairy and food industries.
I am a registered dietitian working as a Health and Wellness program manager for Midwest Dairy Council. My work takes me to schools across the Ozarks region, including Arkansas, eastern Oklahoma and southwest Missouri.
I now consider myself a dairy farmer. At first, I was married to the dairy farmer. After 25 years of marriage, raising two sons on the farm, learning to do all sorts of jobs around the farm and being involved in the everyday operation – I have arrived!
As a registered dietitian and nutrition spokesperson for Midwest Dairy Council, I work on behalf of dairy farmers to communicate the benefits of dairy nutrition.
As a licensed registered dietitian with the Midwest Dairy Council, I am part of a 90-year tradition of providing science based, practical nutrition information to educators, health professionals and consumers.
Hi, I’m Cindy Sorensen, the “retail guru” and vice president of strategic information and relationship management for Midwest Dairy Association. Why do they call me the retail guru? After 28 years of sales experience with Nestle, Minute Maid and Cadbury, I have learned a thing or two about grocery stores.
Hi, I’m Karen Bohnert of Bohnert Jerseys located in the Illinois Quad Cities area. I am a mom, dairy farmer’s wife and dairy enthusiast – through and through. My pride and passion for each of these roles could fill a barn!