What You Didn’t Know About Cow’s Milk

What You Didn’t Know About Cow’s Milk

Cow’s milk is a staple in the American diet. Going back to the days of daily milk deliveries to your doorstep, milk has been relied upon for decades as the cornerstone of a healthy diet for young kids as well as adults. Whether using it for cooking, baking, or drinking it on its own, milk …

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It’s Cow Appreciation Day!

It’s Cow Appreciation Day!

Tuesday, July 9 is Cow Appreciation Day. To celebrate, we wanted to share some “dairy fun” 😉 cow facts! Check them out below! DYK: On average, a dairy cow weighs about 1,500 lbs. Cows are red-green colorblind. Good thing they don’t have to pick out clothes or worry about stoplights! Dairy cows produce about 6-7 gallons …

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Can Ice Cream Really Be For Breakfast?

Can Ice Cream Really Be For Breakfast?

Blog post written by University of New Hampshire dietetic intern Hailey Kuhl. – You may recall a previous post in which New England Dairy & Food Council debunked the idea of eating ice cream for breakfast. They gave some compelling reasons why it’s not the best choice, but what if the ice cream for breakfast dream might …

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6 Ways to Celebrate June Dairy Month!

6 Ways to Celebrate June Dairy Month!

Did you know that June is National Dairy Month? You may understand why this is our favorite time of the year and we hope to make it yours too! From a thick slice of Cheddar on a burger to an ice cold glass of milk with warm cookies, there is no denying the enjoyment that …

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Holy Cow! Eating Locally & Seasonally is Easier than it Seems

Holy Cow! Eating Locally & Seasonally is Easier than it Seems

Blog post written by University of Northern Colorado’s Distance Program dietetic intern Taylor Nonnenmacher. — Isn’t it wonderful that due to modern dairy farmer’s production methods, and having farms located here in New England, we can have fresh milk and dairy products year-round, right in our grocery stores? Milk is highly perishable, but over the …

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Maple Season in New England

Maple Season in New England

It’s officially maple season throughout New England! Maple sugaring season usually begins in late February and ends in early April. Without doubt, March is the best time to experience the maple sugaring process throughout the region. Did you know several of our dairy farmers are also maple producers? Recently, blogger and New England lifestyle influencer The Coastal Confidence visited Richardson Family …

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