For five generations, members of the Maassen family have been raising animals and crops on land near Maurice, Iowa. Although the farm looks very different now than when Lee Maassen’s great-grandfather began farming in […]
Sustainable farming simply means, “Doing the right things — for the environment, our family business and our community,” according to Iowa dairy farmer Marty Burken.
Rita Mosset is an avid photographer and started the RJDairy Facebook page to share pictures of family and farm life. Her photos capture life on the farm year-round from spring rainbows to summer sunsets, to fall harvest and caring for cows in the winter months.
As the calendar turns to a New Year, many of us are thinking about resolutions for better health, finances or career opportunities. However, for dairy farmers like Doug and Julie Heintz, making improvements on their family farm is at the top of their minds all year long.
Merri Post loves recipes, from testing out new ones with family and friends to sharing her favorites with followers on her dairy farm’s Middleroad Acres Facebook page. When she saw a call for recipes for a new dairy cookbook, the first thing that came to mind was a family favorite that celebrates the freshness of dairy ingredients.
Food is an important part of holiday traditions for many families, and many of us have a go-to recipe for special occasions. For Susan Anglin, Pumpkin Pie Squares with Cinnamon-Sugar Yogurt Topping recipe has become a staple for fall gatherings.
For more than 60 years, members of John Temme’s family have been milking cows on their dairy farm near Wayne, Neb. When John made the decision to return to the farm after college, his parents and grandparents were excited to have the third generation involved in the family business, but they also knew it would require careful planning, communications and investment.