Welch visits St. Albans City School and dairy farmer roundtable, talks farming challenges and nutrition | Local News

st. ALBANS – During his first week as US Senator, Peter Welch (D-Vt.) visited St. Albanians to talk about dairy and school meals. On Wednesday, Welch discussed problems and efforts in the dairy industry with leaders at Dairy Farmers of America and learned about St. Albans City School’s efforts to feed all students. At the … Read more

No meat, no eggs, no dairy — but plenty of flavor and spice

Total Vegan, a fast-casual Indian restaurant with food that’s 100% free of animal products, is the first of its kind in the area. Possibly first in the nation, according to restaurateur Basanta Lamsal. The Highlands Ranch eatery opened Dec. 16 in a building that also houses a Noodles & Company and a Panda Express. While … Read more

Ben & Jerry’s Partners with Partake on Non-Dairy and Gluten-Free Oatmeal Dream Pie

Non-Dairy Flavor Features Partake’s Gluten-Free Cookies Ben & Jerry’s fans who have long lamented the loss of Oatmeal Cookie Chunk have a new reason in the new year to celebrate as the Vermont-based dessert dream maker has unveiled its newest flavor: Oatmeal Dream Pie. The concoction is an Oatmeal Crème Pie Non-Dairy Frozen Dessert with … Read more

National Milk Day: Extension Dairy Program provides hands on learning

LAS CRUCES, New Mexico (KTSM) – It’s National Milk Day and New Mexico State University is providing dairy knowledge to students in the borderland with a program since 2005. The Extension Dairy Program is an Animal Science Curriculum that students can take as a minor. They can also join a six-week course during the summer … Read more

PA Farm Show Calving Corner Shows Passion of Dairy Farmers and Volunteers | Farm Shows, County Fairs, Events and Conventions

HARRISBURG, Pa. — The public was fascinated with the unique opportunity to witness the miracle of life, see cows and newborns up close and learn more about how the state’s dairy farmers work hard every day to care for their animals and be stewards of the land and environment. The Calving Corner is a live … Read more

Time for a milk break

Today is National Milk Day, honoring when home milk delivery started in 1878 in sterilized glass bottles. So why not celebrate milk’s fresh, whole goodness with these five facts on its nutritional value and dairy farming? Oh, and pour yourself a glass of your favorite type of milk, too! 1. Supports a healthy immune system. … Read more

Grain market is currently anything but steady

Soybean field in Portage County, Ohio on August 18, 2022. Farm and Dairy file photo. Grain markets on the Chicago Board of Trade have been steady by jerks lately. That phrase, stolen from an Ashtabula County farmer from decades ago, actually means we have not been steady at all. Not only have we not been … Read more

Anaerobic digesters, “wave of future”

Justin Whitmore Michigan State University EAST LANSING, Mich. – Dana Kirk, an associate professor at the Michigan State University-Department of Biosystems and Agricultural Engineering, was raised working on his family’s dairy farm. He “ran around scooping manure” while simultaneously developing a curiosity for the relationship between farming and the environment. Kirk’s interests blossomed into an … Read more

Dairy dominated in 2022 | Supermarket News

Dairy staples like milk, yogurt, and cheese continued to dominate the dairy segment in 2022, though numbers aren’t at pre-pandemic levels yet. Still, innovations in many dairy products are helping the category see increases as 2023 approaches. In its latest report, the International Dairy Deli Bakery Association (IDDBA) showed dairy sales were up 20% at … Read more