Do you know where your milk comes from and who produces it? Dairy farmers from all over the Southeast are calling in to let you know.
How many dairy farms are in your state? How many dairy cows? And how much milk do those cows produce each year? Find out!
Many misconceptions exist about the level of antibiotics present in milk that ends up in stores. In reality, stringent government testing and conscientious dairy farmers make sure that no antibiotics become part of your dairy intake.
As shoppers tighten their grocery-budget belts, they are seeking the most nutrition in the least expensive package. That’s where milk comes in: great taste, versatility and nutrition for about a quarter per glass.
The first record of cows being milked is from 9000 B.C. Learn fun facts about milk.
More than 50 million Americans miss out on the vitamins and minerals in dairy foods because they have trouble digesting the enzyme lactose in milk. Still, there are simple steps everyone can take to avoid discomfort while still enjoying a bowl of cereal in the morning or a fruit smoothie for snack.
With raw milk gaining ground in the health health-food movement, it’s important to remember why farmers began pasteurizing their milk in late 1890s – it could make people sick.
Well known for its popularity among school-age children, flavored milk is gaining popularity among adults as a post-workout replenishing drink. Full of nutrients not found in sports drinks, flavored milk may be the ideal refresher after strenuous exercise.