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.
Not only do Amy and Beth Marcoot share a last name, but the sisters also share an undeniable devotion to a style of dairy farming which is guided by sustainability and innovation. In celebration of National Dairy Month, the Marcoots will tell the story of their seventh-generation family owned dairy farm.
Dairy princesses from across Minnesota gathered for the Dairy Promotion and Leadership Event held May 18-20 at the College of Saint Benedict in St. Joseph, Minnesota. The weekend consisted of a leadership training, a chance to compete for a finalist spot for Princess Kay of the Milky Way and plenty of networking opportunities.
Midwest Dairy’s Iowa Division is seeking candidates to serve as Iowa’s 65th Dairy Princess. The entry deadline is July 1.
As the days get longer and spring starts to tease, Minnesotan’s yearn for the long, lazy days of summer. And nothing tastes better on a hot day than an ice-cold malt or sundae.
Midwest Dairy unveiled a new logo this week as part of the organization’s new vision, mission and strategic plan focused on bringing dairy to life for the consumer and giving them an excellent dairy experience.
Allen Merrill, a dairy farmer from Parker, South Dakota, was re-elected chairman of Midwest Dairy during the organization’s annual meeting held in conjunction with the Western Dairy Forum in Phoenix, Arizona.
Morgan Kohl, an 18-year-old Waverly-South Shore High School senior from Watertown, was crowned South Dakota Dairy Princess during the opening of the Central Plains Dairy Expo March 27 in Sioux Falls.
Several dairy farmers from throughout the Midwest will be featured at the Central Plains Dairy Expo which kicks off today at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
Elizabeth Junck, an 18-year-old from Carroll, was crowned the Nebraska Dairy Princess during the annual Nebraska State Dairy Convention in Columbus Feb. 27.