Milk for Health

Milk for Life

Milk for Longevity

Milk for Health

Milk for Life

Milk for Longevity

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Dig In, Buffalo

Join us at the Vintage Cow Farmers Market in Attica, NY where Chef Josey, head chef and owner of SZN, brings us exquisite dishes that remind us of home.

Michael Dimmer, owner and Chef of Marble + Rye, prepares his dishes with locally sourced ingredients. Take a behind-the-scenes look at some of his creations while he prepares them at Reyncrest Farms in Corfu, NY.

Come along to the George’s family farm in beautiful North Java, NY with Chef Alex of Lago 210 as he cooks up beautiful, seasonal dishes with local ingredients and modern Ukrainian flair.

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Milk for Health

on the Niagara Frontier

The dairy industry is the largest single sector of New York’s agricultural industry, which as a whole has more than 33,000 family farms generating some of the world’s best food and beverages. With about 3,400 dairy farms that produce 15 billion pounds of milk annually, New York is the fifth largest producer of dairy in the nation.

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Make it with Milk

Recipes from around the farm

Beet Carpaccio with Chive Yogurt Sauce
Birthday Cake Dip
Beet Carpaccio with Chive Yogurt Sauce
Champagne Floats
Beet Carpaccio with Chive Yogurt Sauce
Classic Cheesecake
Beet Carpaccio with Chive Yogurt Sauce
Creamy Chicken Tortilla Soup
Beet Carpaccio with Chive Yogurt Sauce
Stuffed Bell Peppers
Beet Carpaccio with Chive Yogurt Sauce
Jalapeno Popper Pigs in a Blanket
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Keep Up with your neighborhood farmers

Recent news on local farms, cows, milk and more

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I'm Kelly Hendrickson, another "mom with the moos"

Silver Meadows Farm

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Feeding Dairy cows

On the Farm

In New York State, 98% of milk products come from local farmers. Milk goes from farm to table in less than 48 hours. The quick turnaround means an increased shelf life for you, plus your money supports the local economy. You won’t find fresher or tastier milk than from your friendly, neighborhood dairy farmer!

13 reasons

why milk is essential

Just three servings of dairy per day contributes to healthy eating styles and well-being. Milk is also vital for a healthy immune system. It has a unique nutrient package and contains 13 essential nutrients, which is everything you need for heart health, strong bones, diabetes prevention, weight management, sports recovery and more!

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Calcium:
Helps build and maintain strong bones and teeth

Iodine:
Crucial for bone and brain development in pregnancy and infancy

Niacin:
Used in energy metabolism in the body

Pantothenic Acid:
Helps your body use carbohydrates, fats and protein for fuel

Phosphorus:
Supports strong bones and teeth; helps tissue growth

Potassium:
Supports healthy heart, blood pressure, body fluid balance and muscle function

Protein:
Helps build and repair tissue; supports immunity

Riboflavin:
Helps your body use carbohydrates, fats and protein for fuel

Selenium:
Supports healthy immune system and metabolism; helps protect healthy cells from damage

Vitamin A:
Supports healthy skin, eyes and immune system; promotes growth

Vitamin B12:
Supports normal blood function and nervous system

Vitamin D:
Supports strong bones, teeth and immune system

Zinc:
Supports immune system, development and skin

Small girl drinking milk from a mason jar

Phosphorus:
Supports strong bones and teeth; helps tissue growth

Potassium:
Supports healthy heart, blood pressure, body fluid balance and muscle function

Protein:
Helps build and repair tissue; supports immunity

Vitamin B12:
Supports normal blood function and nervous system

Vitamin D:
Supports strong bones, teeth and immune system

Zinc:
Supports immune system, development and skin

Calcium:
Helps build and maintain strong bones and teeth

Iodine:
Crucial for bone and brain development in pregnancy and infancy

Niacin:
Used in energy metabolism in the body

Pantothenic Acid:
Helps your body use carbohydrates, fats and protein for fuel

Riboflavin:
Helps your body use carbohydrates, fats and protein for fuel

Selenium:
Supports healthy immune system and metabolism; helps protect healthy cells from damage

Vitamin A:
Supports healthy skin, eyes and immune system; promotes growth

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