Dairy Industry News

  • Mobile Dairy Farm makes a stop in Lamar

    Nov 15, 2019

    LAMAR, Mo.–Even if a kid lives in a small town, they still may not know where milk and milk-based products come from, or how they end up on the table.Most kids don’t give much thought to how milk and other dairy products get from farm to table. And, it’s the job of Suzie Reece to fill in the rest of that sequence.Read Full Article

  • 5 to find: Samples to try before you buy at Tulsa State Fair

    Oct 8, 2019 · Tulsa World

    The Exchange Center at the Tulsa State Fair is a great spot for made-in-Oklahoma shopping.Inside, you’ll find many vendors who offer free samples. Free is a great price. But keep in mind that people at those vendor booths are trying to make a living, so let’s call this a try-before-you-buy situation instead of a free-for-all.Read Full Article

  • Ellie May helps to udderly debunk cow myths for Franklin County third graders

    Sep 23, 2019 · The Roanoke Times

    Ellie May picks her nose with her tongue, said LaVaun Janney, a mobile dairy classroom instructor. It might seem gross to humans, but she assured the kids it was just a “cow thing.”Read Full Article

  • Union Elementary hosts mobile dairy classroom

    Sep 16, 2019 · Shelby Star

    Gasps could be heard from the students of Union Elementary when they first set eyes on Riley the cow.Riley visited the school on Thursday with Courtney Bumgarner. The bovine and her human companion are part of an effort to teach people more about cows, the dairy industry and where their food comes from using a mobile dairy classroom.Read Full Article

  • Mobile Dairy Classroom comes to the Carter County free fair

    Sep 9, 2019 · The Daily Ardmoreite

    Area students were given a special lesson on Thursday courtesy of Suzie Reece and her helper Snickers, a five-year-old Jersey dairy cow. The pair travel to schools and fairs across the state in a mobile dairy classroom giving presentations about the characteristics of dairy cows and live demonstrations of the automated milking process. This week they are spending two days at the Carter County Free Fair, and they will be giving more presentations today from approximately 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.Read Full Article