Managing waste on dairies can be an expensive and daunting task for farmers who look to run profitable businesses while protecting the environment. That is why farmers are increasingly turning to technology to make this task more sustainable. Some technologies even make wastewater reusable.
Last fall we re-branded the organization, took a new approach to consumer and farmer communications and challenged the staff to get our message out in bold and exciting new ways.This year, the board approved contracting with a new creative agency to turn up the volume on our consumer campaigns.
Mother Nature, more like Mother Winter, has taken her toll on Washington dairies throughout the state. Whether buried in two feet of snow since November or facing bitter, bone-chilling temperatures, farmers haven’t skipped a beat when it comes to caring for their animals and communities.
Join us for a Social Media Workshop at Glen Echo Community Club on Thursday, March 16 at 6:30 p.m.
The in-school nutrition and physical activity program from the National Dairy Council, Washington State Dairy Council (WSDC) and the National Football League, in collaboration with the USDA is helping making wellness part of the game plan in schools throughout Washington.
WIAA has moved back to the four day tournament format. Join us in continuing to celebrate our 20th year in partnership with the WIAA.
A group of Yakima Valley Dairy Farmers started “Dairy For Life” in partnership with 2nd Harvest…..to help struggling families, kids, and seniors receive more nutrient rich fresh milk.