Monthly Report

Dairy farmers continue to make progress on National Dairy FARM Program implementation

The California State Fair just wrapped up its seventeen-day run at Cal Expo in Sacramento on July 28.  As usual, the carnival atmosphere included rides, games, a deep-fried version of any food you can imagine, exhibition of livestock by 4-H and FFA members, live music and much more in the way of family entertainment.

‘Working Harder for Cleaner Water’ – new video documents dairy families’ action on water quality

Dairy families take their long understood role as conservationists and environmental stewards seriously.  This includes the important daily responsibility of protecting surface and groundwater resources through careful and efficient on-farm management practices.

“See It? Stop It!” campaign demonstrates farmers’ commitment to quality animal care

The Center for Food Integrity, along with the U.S. dairy and pork industries, recently launched See It? Stop It! Animal Care Starts with You, a proactive demonstration of agriculture’s commitment to farm animal care.

Science, values join forces as dairy groups mark continued commitment to air research

Dairy farmers have long understood their important responsibility to steward the land and natural resources such as air and water. Conservation, preservation, re-use and recycling are fundamental values among farm families, many of whom have operated sustainably on the same land for generations.

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