New initiatives from Pepsi and ongoing programs from America's dairy farmers are working together to win the fight against childhood obesity.
Because Washington’s dairy farms use water for livestock, crops and other on-the-farm needs, they accept a special responsibility to protect all water resources. Though there are challenges in minimizing agriculture's impact on the environment, dairy farmers utilize extensive planning, best management practices and emerging technologies to both limit their use of water and ensure that surface and ground waters are protected for years to come.
Are you finding it hard to keep your New Year's resolution to eat more healthfully? If so, you'll find that dairy products like milk, cheese and yogurt are some of the best ways to get your health (and resolution!) back on track.
There are many innovations to be found on Washington's dairy farms. Reducing carbon through effective management practices and ground-breaking new techniques helps improve the environment and leave a better world for future generations.
Natural resources are not infinite, and no one knows that better than Washington’s dairy farmers. Dairy farmers take great care to make sure they conserve and reuse resources as much as possible.
Whether the act of naming a cow is causal or correlated probably requires more research; but the idea provides some insight into the practices Washington dairy farmers employ every day to keep their cows contented.