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Dairy is the milk in our cereal, the cheese on our pizza, the yogurt in our morning smoothie… we think you’ll agree dairy foods provide us with moments of undeniable joy. Thursday, Oct. 12 is National Farmers Day, and a great time to celebrate and meet the people behind the foods you love.
With all the demands of life – from farming to running their home and even running a marathon – it would be easy for the Holles to choose convenience foods that make food prep quicker and easier. But they understand that the extra work involved in making a healthy meal pays off in big ways throughout their day.
Your kids will never want to skip breakfast after reading these game-changing reasons to fuel up in the morning. Follow along our thought process of exactly why breakfast is so deserving of it’s own music video (five reasons, to be exact) and then enjoy Sophie and Hudson’s Fuel Up to Play 60 back-to-school breakfast rap!
When it comes to dairy products everyone thinks of the common ones, milk, cheese, butter, ice cream and yogurt. While all of those sound amazing, everyone forgets about the best dairy product…..COTTAGE CHEESE!
When Andrew and Jennifer Holle aren’t busy running the day-to-day operations of their 650-head dairy farm in North Dakota, they can be found running their four kids to various activities, or literally running miles—and lots of them—as they prepare to run the Chicago Marathon on Sunday, October 8th.
Have you ever wondered if you’re the big cheese and you just don’t know it? Do you love dairy products so much you dream about turning into an ice cream cone? With Midwest Dairy’s quiz, What Dairy Product Are You?, you’ll find your dairy doppelgänger.
In our house, back to school time means back to snacking time. Sure, snacks play an important role in fueling our active summer days, but during the school year the role snacks play becomes more important than ever.
We wanted to know the secret behind dairy farmer's unwavering energy, enthusiasm and passion for life. After interviewing seven Nebraska farm families, we learned these four tips that are sure to improve your life.