September 2009 Blog Posts (4)

Standing united and proud

Story by Ryan Curtis

What should we do when we are confronted with a bad news story or negative perception of the industry or milk prices are rock bottom (or under the rock that marks rock bottom)?

Bad news happens. Unfortunately, the New York Times ran a water pollution story that really wasn’t more than a couple paragraphs along with a few pictures of people. The paragraphs portrayed the dairy industry as a villain that is destroying the water we drink and harming… Continue

Added by Ryan Curtis on September 28, 2009 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Can "energy as a national security issue" position effect Cap and Trade?

Senator Lugar I attended the Energy Security as National and Economic Security forum sponsored by IUPUI’s Lugar Center for Renewable Energy and the Pew Environmental Group, where Senator… Continue

Added by john blue on September 24, 2009 at 10:22am — No Comments

Wisconsin to outnumber Pennsylvania

Fellow Wisconsinites,
I encourage you to invite your friends, family and even the milkman to join Proud to Dairy. We are just 9, 8, 7... people away from overtaking Pennsylvania in Proud to Dairy membership!

The challenge has been set. Try to keep up!

Added by Karen Lee on September 10, 2009 at 1:52pm — 4 Comments

Illinois dairy woman featured for TV show

Illinois dairy woman featured for TV show

By Alisa Anderson

Ardath DeWall’s kitchen became the setting for part of an episode of the new American Agri-Women TV show. Ardath, a dairy producer from Shannon, Illinois, was asked to highlight her involvement in promoting and representing the dairy industry and to discuss some of the programs that others can get involved with.

The soon-to-be-aired TV show, which will come out this fall, will be a series of informative… Continue

Added by Alisa A. Raty on September 4, 2009 at 2:30pm — No Comments

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