Dairy Farmer Spotlight Videos

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Jim Werkhoven, a dairy farmer from Monroe, WA, explains how dairies recycle everything on the farm including manure, water, sand, and other waste...

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From innovative water beds to daily check-ups, Washington's dairy farmers put the health, well-being and comfort of their cows before everything...

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A Washington Dairy Farmer explains how cows help recycle byproducts and play an important part in a sustainable environment.

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The Darigold Corporate Laboratory runs extensive tests to ensure Washington dairy milk is safe to drink.

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Dairy cows are naturally equipped with horns, but the horns are removed to prevent injury within the herd

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Washington Dairy Farmers are a key ingredient to the success of Washington State's economy as one of the top agricultural revenue streams in the...

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Treating cows with special care ensures they stay healthy and happy and produce more milk

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Keeping calves healthy from the onset helps guarantee they will be part of the milk-producing herd as they grow into adulthood

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Explore how Washington Dairy Farmers keep their cows comfortable and the effects on the quality of Washington dairy products

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Washington Dairy Farmers are committed to limiting dairy waste by turning cow manure into compost, which is used as a fertilizer for other crops...

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