Volume No. 2
Volume No. 1
Welcome to our new blog series, Dairying: Through a Woman’s Eyes. This series will highlight women who are actively owning and operating dairy farms around our great state of Washington. These women play pivitol roles in day to day farming operations; shattering the old stigma of dairy farming.
When I think back to my first memories, one thing comes to mind – cows. While most young girls were playing with dolls or pretending to be a princess, I spent hours pretending to be a dairy farmer with my little sister. At age 3, I began a quest to master the art of drawing… cows of course, and continually filled my parents’ days with nonstop conversation about everything cow!
If you’ve already Googled New Year’s Resolution Ideas, this is what you probably saw: eat less, sit less, spend less, read more, play more, meditate more, pick up a new hobby. For so many, New Year’s Resolutions conjure up the overwhelming idea of a complete lifestyle overhaul. Truth be told, it’s likely that many of your current habits can simply be reinforced to get you to a healthier you.
The holidays are here along with all the special traditions and treats of the season. If eggnog is at the top of your shopping list- you’re in luck because we know how you can make your eggnog taste a little sweeter this holiday season. How? By becoming a part of Egg Nog Nation!
Dairy farmer Leann Krainick says one of her favorite fall beers has to be a pumpkin IPA or, for a real treat, a pumpkin stout beer with ice cream.
Leann gives her recommendation on good authority. After all, she considers her dairy farm to be an important part of the beer community in Washington State.
October might just be the coziest month of the year. It’s finally boot and scarf season, leaves are falling, crockpot recipes and Halloween costumes fill your Pinterest feed, and pumpkin has made its way into EVERYTHING. Yes, October is a very good month. Thank goodness October has five weekends because we have some serious fall business to attend to.
What better way to celebrate June Dairy Month, and the beginning of summer than with festivals celebrating locally grown produce, local agriculture, tasty food and local entertainment. During June, cities across the state are host to festivals including parades, live music, car shows, cook-offs and so much more! These fun-for-all-ages events are a great way to meet your neighbors, get out and enjoy the sunshine, and create family memories.