April Showers Bring...
Ahhh sweet springtime...please hurry up!  April took many parts of New England by storm...snow storms to be exact. But with winter behind us, (hopefully) we'll soon be greeted by green pastures and sunshine! 

April 22 is Earth Day but for dairy farmers, Earth Day is everyday!  This month we have a fun Earth Day craft for you and your kids, an exciting announcement from our Keep Local Farms Fund, eye-opening research on whole-fat dairy and a delicious green recipe that is sure to give you spring fever! 
Keep Local Farms Fund Awards More Than $100,000 to Dairy-Related Education
The New England dairy industry is a critical player in the region's economic vitality. 

We're pleased to announce that the Keep Local Farms Fund has  provided $104,900 in grants to nonprofits for sustainability initiatives and dairy-related education in New England! 

Learn about the grant recipients and their missions on our  blog .
Must Be The WHOLE Milk!
It's no secret that full-fat dairy products contain more calories than low-fat dairy products, and this is the main reason why low-fat dairy has been recommended for so long as the best option for milk drinkers. 

But recent research is indicating that full-fat dairy may have a solid place in a healthy diet, and the research is strong enough that nutrition leaders and major news outlets are noticing! 

Get the skinny on milk fat on our  blog.  
Earth Day Activity!

Recycle your old milk jug by turning it into a watering can. 

This super simple hack is perfect for anyone at any age! All you need to do is:
  • Wash the jug
  • Poke holes in the lid (or drill)
Now you've got a watering can to sprinkle both indoor and outdoor plants! 


Click here for this easy video tutorial. 
Smith's Country Cheese Greens Salad


This  is not your ordinary salad! 

This recipe combines crunchy greens, Asian pears, aged Gouda, balsamic vinegar and other hints of flavor. 

De-lish!

Find out how to make it on our blog.
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