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Deck the Halls with These Festive #DairyTraditions

by Megan Sheets | Dec 22, 2016 | Dairy Foods, Farm | 0 comments

Farm with Holiday Lights

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? So we were pretty pumped when we had the idea to ask all of our friends, farmers and followers to share their favorite #DairyTraditions with us this year. This holiday campaign quickly became a magical hybrid of deliciousness, and family fun.

Take a look at #DairyTraditions social media posts across the Midwest this holiday season:

Sharing #DairyTraditions with this Brie Apricot Chutney today on KCCI at noon!

A post shared by Alyson Fendrick (@alysonapproved) on

Christmas tree, buttered lefse and treats made with real butter. What's your #dairytraditions? Midwest Dairy

Posted by Eir GarciaSilva on Thursday, December 15, 2016

So as you’re celebrating good tidings and cheer, be sure to include #DairyTradtions in the most wonderful time of the year!

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Megan Sheets
Midwest Dairy

I'm a Digital Media Enthusiast and a consumer of all dairy foods (Greek yogurt is my favorite). I work with a dynamic team that inspires the ever-evolving voice behind Midwest Dairy's social channels. My mission is to share the nutritional benefits of dairy through telling the farmer-inspired #DairyGood story.

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