Nevada Dairy Council and Cowabunga Bay have teamed up to give away free ice cream until August 8th, 2021! Just purchase $10 in dairy products at your local grocery store and bring your receipt to the admission stand for a free ice cream cone or cup. It’s that simple. Do you know what dairy and […]
The Dietary Guidelines for Americans are reviewed every five years. The most recent Dietary Guidelines were released in December 2020 for 2020-2025. In the new guidelines, dairy is credited with four additional essential nutrients than previously defined. Before the latest update, dairy was documented as providing nine (9) essential nutrients. Based on the latest guidelines, […]
When you think of hydration, your mind probably thinks of water, but did you know that milk is actually made up of 85% water? A new study from Scotland’s St. Andrews University found milk to be even more hydrating than plain water due to its nutrient-rich composition. Milk naturally has nutrients that make it better […]
A Win for Agriculture Across America – Smith Valley Dairy Prevails A Day of Celebration for an American Dairy Family after a Two-Year Struggle Ends with an 8-0 Jury Verdict in Their Favor Smith Valley Dairy in Nevada has a lot to celebrate today as a Lyon County jury handed down a 8-0 verdict in […]
Sponsored by the Dairy Council of Nevada® and hosted by The Nevada Department of Agriculture, Food and Nutrition Division, we’re excited to be part of the first ever Southern Nevada School Wellness Conference. Join us from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, February 9, 2019, at the College of Southern Nevada, 3200 E. Cheyenne […]
New Study Challenges Dietary Guidelines on Whole-Fat Dairy Foods Researchers are re-examining old guidelines/studies and are discovering exciting results, which is great news for people who love to consume delicious dairy.
October 15th started a whirlwind of events for the Dairy Council of Nevada’s star employee, Daisy the Cow. This date marked the start of National School Lunch Week (NSLW) which according to the National School Nutrition Association (SNA) was created by President John F. Kennedy in 1962.