Study questions whether organic milk is healthier

Is organic milk healthier than conventional variities? A new study from the American Academy of Pediatrics has answers. FULL STORY »

Shoppers find higher prices for breakfast items

Shoppers paid slightly more for food at the grocery store during the third quarter of the year, with many popular breakfast staples showing an increase in retail price. Higher prices for eggs, bacon, orange juice, milk and toasted oat cereal, among other foods, resulted in a slight increase in the latest American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) Quarterly Marketbasket Survey. FULL STORY »

Kids learn with new Jr. Animal Scientist program

The new Jr. Animal Scientist program helps kids learn more about science and the animal world. Kids ages 5 to 12 can explore science careers and study the lives of pets, farm animals and zoo animals. FULL STORY »

S.D. warns against raw milk from dairy

South Dakota officials with the state’s Department of Agriculture (SDDA) have reported finding campylobacter bacteria in raw milk from a dairy near Belle Fourche, S.D. The dairy, Black Hills Milk, has now been ordered to stop sales of its unpasteurized milk. FULL STORY »

PEANUTS gang promotes chocolate milk as Halloween treat

The Milk Processor Education Program will team again this year with the beloved PEANUTS characters to help increase milk sales with the “Chocolate Milk: The Official Drink of Halloween” promotion. FULL STORY »

Stressed? Eat some yogurt

Consumers have an ally in fighting stress, and it’s as close to them as their refrigerator. FULL STORY »

Chocolate milk campaign drives sales increase

The latest advertising campaign from the Milk Processor Education Program has helped to fuel interest in flavored milk. FULL STORY »

Pro-ag PBS show features California dairy

The premier of a new PBS show, “Delicious Discoveries with Daniella Malfitano,” kicked off with a trip to an Orland, Calif., dairy where Malfitano took viewers straight to the source of the her featured dish of the episode, according to a report from the Corning Observer. FULL STORY »

Consumers ready to stand by dairy farmers if milk prices jump

With the threat of sky-rocketing milk prices driving consumer and retails concerns, some milk fans are making it clear – they will be happy to pay the price if farmers actually benefit from it. FULL STORY »

Michigan milk gets spotlight in popular ad campaign Play video

While Michigan may not be the first state that comes to mind when it comes to dairy production, the latest installment of a popular advertising campaign hopes to change that. FULL STORY »

Whey protein battles age-related muscle loss

Whey protein powder isn’t just for body builders anymore. Recent research suggests that whey, once considered a nuisance cheese by-product, is beneficial for a wide range of ailments, including age-related muscle loss. FULL STORY »

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