Proud to Dairy

November 2008 Blog Posts (3)

Progressive Dairyman magazine proudly serves the U.S. dairy industry.

We have created the Proud to Dairy logo as a symbol of respect for forward-thinking dairy producers and their families. This logo represents dairymen and women sharing and exemplifying dairying’s fundamental values of hard work, persistence, ingenuity, honesty and homegrown success.



These Proud to Dairy families are committed to dairying beyond its ability to provide a paycheck. They acknowledge the values and lifestyle that dairying affords their families. They will continue to… Continue

Added by Ray Merritt on November 17, 2008 at 10:09am — 2 Comments

Making misconceptions the target



By Progressive Dairyman Editor Walt Cooley



Kelly and Christy Cunningham were determined to own their own dairy in Iowa. But when their own plans fell through, fate landed them in Atlantic, Iowa, in 2000 as managers and partners of a 2,700-cow dairy.



“When we first came, a couple of contractors we had working on the dairy said, ‘You need to get into the coffee shops and hear what people are saying about the dairy,’”… Continue

Added by Walt Cooley on November 13, 2008 at 2:54pm — 1 Comment

History of the logo

We thought it would be interesting to share with everyone the history of the Proud to Dairy logo development, from pencil to computer.









First Sketches





Refined sketch with typography added





More graphic elements added… Continue

Added by Ray Merritt on November 12, 2008 at 3:25pm — 6 Comments

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