A whole lot goes into every single drop of milk. That's why, at the dairy checkoff, we believe every drop of milk is essential. And it doesn't matter if that drop becomes a glass of milk, or cheese, or yogurt, or ice-cream, or something completely new and amazing that the world hasn't seen yet, it's all still essential.
We're here to make sure dairy will always matter. With research and innovation and marketing programs, we give support and tools to farmers to make dairy relevant in today's ever-changing environment. To help ensure the results of your hard work are valued today and for years to come.
It's a partnership with one goal in mind: Making every drop count.
Burger King surprised by Mitloehner’s response in Twitter to the company’s commercial.
Lisa and Casey Porter of Porterdale Farms in Adams Center discuss the importance of keeping cows cool.
Dairy farmers Kerry Adams, Taylor Clifford, Paul Fouts, Brian Robbins, and Kelly Reynolds talked keeping cows cool with media
Dairy farmers Eric Zuber, Kendra Lamb and Kathy Hanehan volunteered at milk distributions
62,800 gallons of milk distributed to NY and Pa. families this week
Domino’s total revenue rose 13.4 percent in the quarter ending in mid-June
Milk sales up 12% during coronavirus pandemic
Dairy Management Inc., stays focused on sharing the facts about cows, methane and farmers’ commitment to environment.
Forty health care professionals from nine states tuned in for a webinar hosted by ADA North East for the National Medical Association.
22 Dairy Food Advocacy Network program members participated in a virtual conference to hone their social media skills.