Hosted by CEO Lucas Lentsch, the first episodes of Dairy on the Air discuss how to make the critical connection with consumers and share insights from the recent Dairy Experience Forum.
Rebekka Paskewitz (PAS-SKI-WITZ), a 20-year-old college student from Browerville, Minnesota, representing Todd County, was crowned the 65th Princess Kay of the Milky Way in an evening ceremony at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds Aug. 22.
‘Undeniably Dairy’ Celebration at the 2018 Nebraska State Fair To Feature Conversations with Farmers, Recipe Demonstrations
Nearly 400,000 fairgoers will be able to celebrate “Undeniably Dairy” at the Nebraska State Fair, August 24 through September 3, as Nebraska dairy farmers work to bring dairy to life and share their dairy farm stories, as has been tradition for decades.
Jessica Schmitt, an 18-year-old from Fort Atkinson, was crowned the 65th Iowa Dairy Princess during an evening ceremony at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in Des Moines August 8, 2018.
Have you ever wondered how your dinner got from the farm to your plate? Iowa farmers are inviting 500 lucky guests to join them at the largest dinner table ever set at the Iowa State Fair, Sunday, August 12, 2018 from noon to 2 p.m. on Grand Avenue.
On the eve of the Minnesota State Fair, Minnesota’s dairy community will officially kick off the Great Minnesota Get-Together by celebrating the coronation of the 65th Princess Kay of the Milky Way.
Meet the 2018 Princess Kay of the Milky Way candidates.
‘That’s S’more Like It’ Malts and Sundaes Join Dairy Goodness Bar Menu for 2018 Minnesota State Fair
That’s S’more Like It malts and sundaes – made with Minnesota dairy farmers’ secret, State Fair-recipe vanilla ice cream or malt, topped with graham cereal, teeny marshmallows and chocolate syrup – will join the traditional flavors at Midwest Dairy’s Dairy Goodness Bar at the Minnesota State Fair this year.
The butter sculpting booth (in the Dairy Building, corner of Judson Avenue and Underwood Street) is a Midwest Dairy Minnesota State Fair exhibit sponsored by Minnesota’s nearly 3,500 dairy farmers. It’s one of the most popular attractions at the fair.
The Dairy Goodness Bar, located at the corner of Judson and Underwood, regularly ranks among the fair’s top food attractions. Located in the Dairy Building near the butter sculptures, the Dairy Goodness Bar is open throughout the fair from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.