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Dairy industry says ‘yes’ to sustainability Play video

Sustainability has become a hot-button issue in the past few years and will only continue to grow in popularity in the near future. A new video points out not only the importance of sustainability but how the dairy industry is paving the way while continuing to feed a growing population. FULL STORY »

Greek yogurt a rising star in dairy circles

Greek yogurt sales are going through the roof. According to National Public Radio, sales of Greek yogurt could reach $1.5 billion this year ― almost double last year’s sales. And, now there’s evidence that Greek yogurt is stealing some of the thunder from other food categories in the grocery store. FULL STORY »

Milk: Wonder beverage for teenage girls

Milk-drinking teenage girls were more likely to have less body fat and a lower Body Mass Index (BMI) than peers who don’t drink milk, according to a study published in the European Journal of Pediatrics. The results weren’t limited to low-fat milk; girls who consumed whole milk showed the same results. FULL STORY »

Expectant mothers, load up on cheese!

Dental health begins in the womb. Researchers have found that babies born to women who consume cheese and other dairy products during pregnancy are likely to have better dental health than babies born to non-dairy-consumers. FULL STORY »

Feed 9 billion people by 2050? Absolutely! Play video

New technologies, such as nutrigenomics, will become increasingly important.

With nutrigenomics, it may be possible to influence or control genetic expression in animals. Certain feed ingredients may be able to switch on genes in the animals, leading to improved production. FULL STORY »

March milk production up 4.2 percent

Milk production has definitely kicked into a higher gear. FULL STORY »

New program brings agriculture to urban classrooms

In March, six undergraduate agricultural education majors were able to test their teaching skills on a group of 7th grade students at Stuart-Hobson Middle School in downtown Washington, D.C. FULL STORY »

Dairy farmers are the stars in these ads

A dairy cooperative in western New York is putting farmers in front of consumers in a “Return to Values” advertising campaign. FULL STORY »

How Americans spend their money

Americans spent slightly more than 15 percent of their income on food last year, and nearly 17 percent of their income on transportation. FULL STORY »

Calif. dairy families award $1.4 million to schools

In late March, the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), representing California’s dairy families, announced the award of more than $1.4 million in cash, books and school supply prizes to elementary schools in Southern California as part of the Real Seal Appeal! sweepstakes drawing. FULL STORY »

PETA’s lawsuit against Happy Cows campaign called ‘pointless’

“Haven’t we all got more important things to worry about?” FULL STORY »

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