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Dairy Dreams Shared.

You Live for these Dreams.

Your family. Your cows. The future of your business. Cargill helps feed these dreams of more milk production, better component efficiency, higher income over feed costs, heathier calves or simply a better quality of life. These are the stories of dreams meeting reality. These are the stories of how Cargill helps dairies thrive.

#PutYourHerdFirst campaign donates 100,000 servings of milk!

Cargill would like to thank everyone who used the HerdFirst® Facebook frame and hashtag #putyourherdfirst to support The Great American Milk Drive. More than 65,000 people engaged with the campaign on Facebook and Cargill is extremely proud to announce that all 200 food banks in the Feeding America network will receive 500 servings of milk! Cargill launched this campaign to raise awareness for HerdFirst, a new line of advanced calf and heifer nutrition, while living their mission of nourishing the world, and supporting the industries and communities they serve. To learn more about the HerdFirst line of products you can visit the website here.

Carbon Monoxide Dangers in Home Heating Systems

The chill of winter has set-in across the U.S. A lot of us have our woodstove cranked up with these below freezing temperatures! Hopefully, everyone reading this changed the batteries in their smoke detectors and their carbon monoxide alarms when the clocks changed a few weeks ago. If you haven’t done so yet, let this be your reminder. 

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Our drive is to make the dairy better for the future.

From beginning with 51 cows to being one of the first dairies to have a rotary parlor, Grotegut Dairy Farm, Inc. has been focused on making the future better for the farm since 1965. Three generations in, Ashley Grotegut dreams of continuing to push forward just as the previous generations have, to keep the farm in the family.

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Nutrition is everything with a robot.

Click below to watch a video of High Lawn Farms' story.

Improving air quality while improving profits

There has been a lot of focus in recent years on the amount of methane (CH4) emissions produced by dairy cows. 

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