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December 19, 2019

Dairy Farmers: The Truth Behind Family-Owned Farms

For decades, dairy farmers and their families have been responsible stewards of the land—caring for their farms, their cows, and their communities from a nutritional and sustainable outlook. On average, a dairy farmer will work 12 to 14-hour days year-round. To understand the truth about land, crop, and livestock management practices, dairy farmers encourage a […]

November 27, 2019

Hosting a Farm to Table Dinner

With the holidays fast approaching, there are sure to be many gatherings of tradition and meals with family and friends. Whether you’re using a family recipe to make the stuffing or mashing the potatoes just the way you like them, consider the source of your ingredients. How many ingredients can you get locally grown or […]

July 16, 2019

What is Pasteurization & How Does it Work?

There’s a lot of confusion around what it means to pasteurize milk and why it’s done. Here’s what you need to know. Simply put, pasteurization is the process of heating then cooling milk to eliminate potentially harmful bacteria without affecting the taste or nutritional value. Pasteurization is not bad for you, but quite the opposite. […]

April 30, 2019

How well are dairy cows treated?

As Nevada Dairy Farmers, We Treat Our Cows with Respect and Compassion We do this to maintain a healthy and comfortable herd of cows, it is a top priority for us and all dairy farmers. It’s incredibly important that the herd is compassionately and correctly cared for from day one, which is why when a […]

February 25, 2019

A Win for Agriculture Across America – Smith Valley Dairy Prevails

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 […]