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For Over 100 Years.


Maybe you feel the pressure of being the dairy’s next generation. Things keep getting more complicated. Staying profitable is tougher than ever. And on top of that, you want the generation after you to step into a thriving dairy. Lean on us. We can help you navigate new technologies and management practices, so that you can realize your dreams. These are the stories of how Cargill helps dairies thrive.


Are you doing the Milk Chug Challenge?

September is Hunger Action Month, and Cargill has joined forces with Tara Vander Dussen, also known as New Mexico Milkmaid on social media, to give back to those in need. Getting involved in the #MilkChugChallenge on Instagram is easy! All you need to do is post a picture or video of yourself chugging milk on your Instagram page or story, use #MilkChugChallenge in the caption and tag Vander Dussen (@newmexicomilkmaid) in your post! Vander Dussen is donating $1, up to $500, to for every qualifying post, and Cargill is going to match that donation. It’s time to chug some delicious, undeniably dairy milk for charity!

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Fighting for the Future

“If you are going to be in the dairy business you have to do it as good as you can, or you won’t be doing it very long.” That is the reality for Jake Minns. Jake is a 4th generation dairy farmer who has worked his way through the family ranks and is currently a junior partner trying to sustain a family legacy that was started by Jakes great grandfather in 1942 with 30 cows, for his two young boys to take over in the future.

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We want to see YOU at World Dairy Expo!

World Dairy Expo is right around the corner, and our team is excited for another great year! We’ll have experts on staff to talk about component efficiency, nutrition for robotic herds, how to advance your calf and heifer program, and so much more. We also have a cheesy surprise that’ll mooove you to the front of the line.



Summer Safety Reminders

Summer is here and with it, new dangers that we must be aware of on the farm. This article from Successful Farming, does a great job at sharing safety tips, for spending a safe summer on the farm. With warm weather comes three main areas of concern: kids on summer break are back on the farm, potential health concern, and finally total sun safety.

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Are You Overusing the Word Sorry?

Cargill Dairy Marketing Specialist Rebecca Shaw tackles the problem of overusing the word ‘sorry’ in our every day conversations. You can read her take on it and learn a few tips and tricks in her Progressive Dairyman blog post.

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