Undeniably Dairy

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BUTTER IS PURE AND NATURAL, MADE WITH NOTHING MORE THAN DAIRY GOODNESS.

From farm-to-table, butter is virtually untouched. Cream is churned into butter, then a little salt might be added for flavor.

That’s it.

And that’s why it’s so important for the dairy industry to take crucial steps to make sure your butter—and all your dairy products—are the very best they can be.

To learn how the dairy industry works to provide you with the very best products, browse the Dairy Good articles below.


Food Is Community & Shared Values

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Connecting with farms helps people understand where their food comes from. Find out how you can discover all that goes into making the purest, most simple products.
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Dairy Cow Facts

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You might be surprised about the life of a cow on a dairy farm. Get to know more about these pampered, music-loving ladies.
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How Much Do You Know About Dairy Farms?

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Today’s dairy farms are committed to animal care, protecting the environment and putting quality food on your table.
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From Farm To Table

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Follow milk on its journey. It starts even before the cows are milked and ends at your family’s table.
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America’s Dairies At A Glance

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A majority of dairies in the U.S. remain small with fewer than 99 cows. Most are also family owned and operated.
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An Unexpected Startup

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Get a behind-the-scenes peek at how Abigail Copenhaver and her husband started their own dairy business.
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Meet Our Dairy Cow Breeds

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There are six common breeds of dairy cows, each with a unique set of characteristics. Meet the cows that produce your dairy.
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How The Kelsay Family Cares For Their Cows

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Comfort is key when it comes to caring for cows. According to Amy Kelsay, “Our cows take priority over everything.”
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The Dairy Good Cookbook

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Farmers share their stories—and their recipes—in this book that will help you create a closer connection to the food you make.
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A Day On A Dairy Farm

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It starts at 3:00 a.m. and includes a lot of care, a lot of technology and a whole lot of hard work. Take a look at how farmers put food on your table.
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