Posts tagged "dairy"

The Moo Man, documenting a small dairy farm

"The Moo Man" is all the buzz at the Sundance Film Festival.

My blaze of glory in the dairy show ring

A fun showmanship contest? At the Canfield Fair? Sure, I'm in. Except I've never shown a cow in my life...

National Ice Cream Month: How to Make Ice Cream

To wrap-up National Ice Cream Month, The Social Silo visited traveled to Hartzler Family Dairy in Wooster, Ohio, to learn the ins and outs of America's favorite chilled treat.

Representative Marcia Fudge and the farmers

It's not every day that you're rubbing shoulders with a Congresswoman and some of Ohio's most influential agriculture stars and trendsetters.

May the REAL Force be with you!

That little red swirl of a milk drop -- the REAL Seal -- guarantees that a product is made from U.S.-produced cow's milk.

Brunton Dairy— Truly a family run operation

At Brunton Dairy in western Pennsylvania, cows are more than just a business. The farm is a way for the family to stay connected.

OFBF county presidents are proud to share the stories of back home

What a journey! Relentless, eager and happy to represent. These are just some of the terms I would use to describe the Ohio Farm Bureau county presidents who traveled this week to Washington, D.C. From the time the first gathering met until the time the bus was leaving for the airport to return home, this...

Shoes and dairy farming? Yes, they can be combined!

Two Connecticut men are using what they have learned from running a shoe business to operate a dairy farm.

Jersey cattle and love make a farm a home

This Jersey farm story is really a love story for the ages -- a love that endures years, tragedy.

Skillet Mac and Cheese

Love mac and cheese, but tired of the same old boxed versions? Try this recipe for a quick, homemade meal.

Fresh fruit ice cream

Ice cream is a great way to cool off during the hot summer months, and what could be better than eating it homemade? For flavoring, this recipe uses vanilla and fresh fruit — you pick the variety.

Some things to think about at the next junior fair livestock sale

During the next junior fair livestock sale you attend, think about these three groups of people: the 4-H'er, parents and the buyers.