Meet the Van der Laans: Dairy Pioneers.
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Meet the Van der Laans: Dairy Pioneers.
Missouri dairies stay up-to-date with the latest in agricultural innovation.
Did you know that adding a pinch of salt to your quart or gallon of milk makes it stay fresh longer? Learn more about other dairy fun facts.
South Carolina dairy farms produce more than 30 million gallons of milk per year.
‘55 Exchange at Clemson has been dishing out ice cream since 1920.
State checkoff programs fund research and promotion.
Industry focuses on innovation, efficiency and economic growth.
Farm families add value to their operations through innovation and growth.
Wisconsin businesses grow with each generation.
Wisconsin dairy companies capitalize on the state’s high-quality milk supply.
Now in its 30th year, Culver’s spreads Wisconsin’s dairy riches across the country.
High-quality milk from healthy cows creates Oregon dairy products.
Oregon’s artisan cheese industry demonstrates expert skill, high quality.
Oklahoma dairy farmers take livestock care seriously.
Dairy processing and university research position industry for growth.
Nebraska dairy products go through rigorous testing to ensure quality and freshness.
Take a look at 13 fascinating dairy facts about your favorite products including milk, cheese and ice cream.
“Milk Life” replaces “Got Milk?” slogan.
Dairy farmers in Alabama adapt to new industry climate.
Virginia dairy industry moves milk production into the 21st century.
The Helms family dairy farm in Arkansas has adapted over the past century.
Mississippi State University Edam cheese celebrates its 75th anniversary.
Family mixes life on a Mississippi dairy with agritourism.
Taking buying local to a new level with Udderly Kentucky milk.
Industry evolves to meet customer demands.
Five generations of Ohio dairy farmers continue the family legacy.
The iconic GOT MILK? campaign celebrates 20 years in 2013.
The Alice in Dairyland program began in 1948 as a way to promote the Wisconsin dairy industry worldwide.
Wisconsin’s cheesemakers develop their craft, win prestigious awards.
A look at the state’s varied agriculture industry
A look at Wisconsin’s top commodities, based on cash receipts.
Dairy farmer implements environmental efforts.
Get the true facts on common dairy myths.
Illinois’ agritourism industry brings fun to the farm, while teaching people about the importance of agriculture.
Illinois dairy farmers secure export markets, create branded products.
Nebraska dairy farmers produce milk that’s fresh and very local.
The state’s beef and cattle industries are on track, despite several challenges.
2012 marks the 75th annual June Dairy Month. Celebrate with recipes featuring dairy products, from cheese to milk to yogurt, breakfast to dessert.
Tennessee agriculture commodities include soybeans, corn, cotton, tobacco and wheat. Here are some facts and stats about which counties grow which crops, how many acres are grown and how many bushels are harvested.
Agriculture is one of the United States’ most important industries, employing 17 percent of the country’s total work force. Here are fun facts and statistics about U.S. agriculture.
Indiana, the second largest ice cream production state in the nation, is home to a spectrum of ice cream production from local on farm natural flavors to traditional comfort flavors on the grocery store shelves.
A dairy farming family finds a way to stay in business by moving from milk production to Jersey cheese.
A family farm finds a way to keep its dairying dreams alive – by selling milk directly to consumers, jumping on the local trend to protect its farmland from developers.
|American Farmers & Ranchers||Blue & Gold Sausage Co.||CGB – Johnston Enterprises|
|Connors State College||Expo Square||Express Services Inc., a Colorado Company|
|Hitch Enterprises||John Vance Auto Group||Langston University|
|Made in Oklahoma||National Reining Horse Association||Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives|
|Oklahoma Farm Bureau||Oklahoma Panhandle State University||Oklahoma Pork Council|
|Oklahoma Rural Water Association||Oklahoma Soybean Board||Oklahoma State Fair Inc.|
|Oklahoma State University– Oklahoma City||Oklahoma State University Center for Health Services||Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health|
|Oklahoma State University Division of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources||Oklahoma Wheat Commission||Pinto Horse Association of America Inc.|
|Stillwater Milling Company||The Noble Foundation||Thoroughbred Racing Association of Oklahoma|
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