Meet the 2017 Maine Dairy Farm of the Year!

Meet the 2017 Maine Dairy Farm of the Year!

 Every year, one farm in each of our New England states wins the prestigious Green Pastures Award. The winning dairy farms are recognized and selected for their production records; herd, pasture, and crop management; environmental practices; contributions to agriculture and the local community; and overall excellence in dairying. Meet the 2017 Maine Dairy Farm of the Year! …

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Sweet Spots on Campus

Sweet Spots on Campus

College students across New England will be heading back to campus soon, and for hundreds of students, the start of the semester means a trip to the campus dairy bar. We thought we’d offer a snapshot of some notable sweet spots – and we’re sure you have a favorite near you! University of New Hampshire, …

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A New England Twist on an Ice Cream Classic

A New England Twist on an Ice Cream Classic

I scream you scream, we all scream for…ice cream of course! July is National Ice Cream Month (even though I like to pretend it’s every month). There’s no doubt us New Englanders love our ice cream. Actually, four out of the six states in our region are in the top 10 for highest consuming ice …

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Old McDonald (and George Washington) Had a Farm

Old McDonald (and George Washington) Had a Farm

Sure, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson get all the press for being gentleman farmers, but did you know President William Taft had a pet dairy cow named Pauline Wayne, that lived on the lawn of the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, next door to the White House? For two years, she provided the family with fresh …

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Creative Dairy Pairings

Creative Dairy Pairings

Certain foods just seemed to be a match made in heaven: peanut butter and Jelly, wine and cheese, cookies and milk.  And some were made iconic on TV such as Pepsi and milk in the 1970s hit show Laverne and Shirley. While some pairings are so just so natural, everyone does it.  We thought we …

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These Cows Have Spring Fever!

These Cows Have Spring Fever!

Just like us New Englanders, cows love the transition from winter to spring. The sunny skies, the warmer weather, the lush green grass – who wouldn’t be excited? It has become a tradition, and a sight to behold, on some dairy farms for farmers to welcome their neighbors and community as the cows are let …

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