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Ask anyone who knows me and they would tell you that I am a "Daddy's Girl." I look like my father and as much as I hate to admit it, sometimes act like him.
It's nearly, finally here... June is Dairy Month! I've long admired #dairymom and farmer Brenda Rudolph for sharing what life is like on her family's dairy farm in central Minnesota.
If you love milk, cheese, yogurt and cows — you are about to be in dairy heaven! What started out as National Milk Month in 1937, has now been celebrated as June Dairy Month for more than 75 years.
It's not lost on me how quickly a year passes when watched through the lens of a young child. Last year, the newness of motherhood was on my mind.
National Agriculture Week (March 19-25) was a great time to recognize all of the amazing people that contribute to the food we enjoy every day. To celebrate, we challenged dairy farmers to post photos on Instagram or Twitter reflecting a theme of the day.
You’ve heard of barn weddings, but have you heard of dairy farm proposals? These couples combined their love of the farm with their love for each other, proving that every couple gets their dairy-tale ending.
Celebrating the most wonderful time of the year often means gathering with family and friends and putting your most festive foot forward to continue holiday traditions that have been passed down through generations. At Midwest Dairy, we also know that dairy products play an important role during the holidays - really, what is baking without butter?
It doesn’t seem like that look ago planting season in Midwest Dairy-land began. As per usual Mother Nature dictates when harvest begins and ends. When is the weather just right? What’s the window of time needed? I think what continues to amaze me about growing food for people and animals, in all the planning and preparation, a bountiful harvest is still mostly outside of farmers’ control.