It's that time again... to vote for your favorite ice cream flavor in the 2011 Ice Cream Flavor Face-Off!!!
First, thanks to all who voted for Homemade Vanilla in Round 1!!!
Here are some links that will take you to some yummy homemade ice cream recipes, just in case you want to try it out before you vote for it!… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on June 21, 2011 at 8:21am —
Over the next few days, I am going to be adding both national and state fair shows to the events page, so please be patient :)
Feel free to RSVP if you are attending!
*If I make a mistake, don't hesitate to correct it!
Added by Kelsey Holter on July 29, 2010 at 4:30pm —
The following are the Proud winners of the Proud to Dairy Contest 2010. Great job everyone on your entries and we'll see you again at the next contest!!!
- First place goes to Leslie Ann Batistich
- Second place goes to Katherine Dotterer-Pyle
- Third place was a tie between Eileen Gress and Charlene Barlieb…
Added by Kelsey Holter on July 7, 2010 at 10:30am —
I have a question for you:
What is your view on the selling of raw milk?
For or Against?
I would love to hear your response to this question. Please message me with your answers.
Added by Kelsey Holter on June 29, 2010 at 11:47am —
“I’m a risk taker”
These are the words of a real-life dairy-lover who is doing just what she
says- taking a risk.…
Added by Kelsey Holter on June 4, 2010 at 10:44am —
When it comes to building dreams and families, Clay Walker
of Bokchito is the man.
Clay's story starts in Texas, when his best friend told him that he had fired his milkhand, and, like any good friend, asked Clay if he could help out. Low and behold,… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on May 14, 2010 at 11:19am —
Have you ever met someone who astonishes you with the amount of work they actually do?
Because Eric Curtis fits this description.
Originally from Cazenovia, New York, Eric now works on a 150-cow dairy in Shortsville, New York. He works with the two owners of the farm, as well as two other employees. Eric is in charge of a significant load of work on the… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on April 2, 2010 at 10:43am —
For one girl who joined Proud To Dairy, getting a free profile and networking community just wasn’t enough. She had to get a hat too.
Sorry! That may have been some jealousy coming out in me! The girl I am referring to is Erin Jones. She was the 300th member to join PTD, and therefore, she received a free hat
from the PTD team. Pretty snazzy deal,
Added by Kelsey Holter on March 4, 2010 at 2:27pm —
I just received word about this conference being held in Wooster, Ohio.
: Wednesday, February 17, 2010
: 10:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
: Shisler Center, OARDC, Wooster, Ohio
: To provide dairy producers with tools to evaluate their current business position and make informed and effective decisions to meet their farm's and family's short and long term… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on February 10, 2010 at 8:00am —
If anybody loves the dairy industry, it would have to be Kipp Hinz.
From Osceola Wisconsin, this hard working student has more on his mind than college-life activities…
Kipp is attending school at the University of Wisconsin-Madison College of Agricultural and Life Sciences in the Farm and Industry Short Course specializing in Dairy Herd Management.
He started working on the County Line Dairy Farm while in the 6th grade, a farm comprised of 60 cows in… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on February 4, 2010 at 2:40pm —
During Marion County’s Annual Popcorn Festival in September, the Christmas by Candlelight in December, and even the Marion County Fair in the hot days of the summer, the lives on the dairy of Karl Wedemeyer are going on and work is never stopping.
White Diamond Farm, located in Marion Ohio, is on its way up in cow numbers, production, and reputation.
Karl Wedemeyer is a recent graduate (and when I say recent, I mean Winter Quarter recent!) of The Ohio State University.… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on January 8, 2010 at 8:00am —
Haven’t you always wanted to be a fairy princess? Now replace the ‘f’ on fairy with a ‘d’ and answer the question…
It’s okay, we all know that ever since you were little you have wanted to be a dairy princess. From your days on the playground standing at the top of the jungle gym (aka-your castle), to your teenage nights you spent dreaming of your prince charming coming to rescue you from your top-story prison of a room.
(Sorry guys… must be a girl thing!)
And this… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on December 3, 2009 at 6:01am —
This is the real question that all dairy producers, as well as all agriculture specialists, should be asking themselves. What are we, as an industry, as people, as entrepreneurs, essentially fighting for when it comes to animal welfare?
Tricky question huh?
Try this: Take about 5 minutes while you are reading this and ask yourself, "What am I, a dairy enthusiast, fighting for in the world today?"
Is it money? Is it pride? Is it passion? Is it to see the downfall… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on November 24, 2009 at 9:18am —
What more can one say about a name so influential in the dairy industry?
A whole LOT more, to be exact.
This Ayrshire–loving, hard-working gal is from Lake Mills, Wisconsin, and although she does not live on a dairy farm, she-
WAIT. She doesn’t live on a dairy farm? GASP. Shocking isn’t it? Believe it or not, there are people that work for the industry that are not working directly on farms, contributing more than just a few hours here… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on November 5, 2009 at 8:30am —
When I was approached by Ryan Curtis to write blogs for Proud to Dairy, at first I was so excited!... and then the panicking started in and the doubtful questions started ringing in my mind; ‘ Who am I going to interview?’, ‘What am I going to ask?’ and ‘When am I going to have time to write this?’. I must say that after much deliberate thinking, I have concluded to write this first interview on, none other than, myself.
Okay, hear me out for two minutes (because my… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on October 1, 2009 at 8:00am —
--- College dietician students have ‘dairy good time’ at local dairy farm.
When an employee of the American Dairy Association contacted Alyssa Holter about giving a tour of her family’s dairy farm, at first, she was a little nervous. “We have never actually done a tour of our farm for anyone other than our friends who stop by every once in a while, so to have the opportunity to show people outside the industry what dairy farming is all about seemed a little… Continue
Added by Kelsey Holter on June 14, 2009 at 8:15pm —