By DeDe Hausman I know some people who refuse to teach their kids how to make even a simple sandwich for they don’t want them to mess up the kitchen. GET REAL!!!! Allow your young ones to understand how to make tasty and nutritious dishes at an early age and to clean up after themselves. [...]
What do you do at Indiana Dairy? This is my 27th year working for the Indiana dairy industry. I am the Director of Finance and also the Director of Human Resources. Over the years there have been various changes and job duties. What is your favorite part of your job? It is a privilege to [...]
By Diane Ruyack It is time to think about harvesting your own garden produce or checking out u-pick farms. This website will give you all the information you would need to pick your own tomatoes, peaches or blueberries that will be in season in August. There is nothing better than to pick your own fruit [...]
Shelina Moreda, AMA #93, is not only the first female to race in the AMA XR1200 class, but the first female ever in the 100 year history of the Indianapolis Motor Speedway track to race on a motorcycle. She was born and raised on a dairy farm. Her parents still own and operate both a conventional dairy, along with an organic [...]
State Fair Video Recap: Top 10 Things You Have to See the Next Time You Go to State Fair
We’re getting ready for the 110th Artley Family Reunion. Our branch of the family is hosting the event this year in Middlebury, Indiana. Lots of preparations are being made, the media have been alerted and the invitations have gone out. We have games planned and are looking forward to visiting with family members we only [...]
By Kimmi Devaney It’s State Fair time! For many, this brings to mind images of greasy food and ferris wheels. But for me, I can’t wait to visit the dairy barn! I grew up showing dairy cows and still do on occasion, so the fair was always vacation for us. Take a stroll through the [...]
If you are lactose intolerant, you can still have dairy! Strategies to manage lactose intolerance should be individualized and can include consuming small amounts of milk at a time, preferably with food, yogurt with live and active cultures, natural cheeses, and lactose-free dairy foods (e.g., lactose-free milk). Lactose-free milk, which comes in various fat levels and flavors, is real milk just without the lactose.
The Dairy & Nutrition Council of Indiana (DNCI) worked with students of the Ivy Tech NMC, Culinology Class 2011 to create modern recipes that are lactose free for people whom are lactose intolerant. Since the DNCI is celebrating 80 years of nutrition and dairy education they also paired the moderan lactose free recipe with the traditional recipes.
For more of these recipes visit the Dairy & Nutrition Council of Indiana’s booth at Our Land Pavillion at the Indiana State Fair!
A tradition since the 1940s, the American Dairy Association of Indiana’s Dairy Bar is considered an annual “must stop” by a sizable number of state fair visitors. A wide variety of fresh, delicious dairy items are offered, including what frequently is referred to as the “fair’s best food”: the Dairy Bar’s signature thick and creamy milkshakes. You can enjoy milkshakes flavors: chocolate, vanilla, and strawberry!
By Cassie Brooks, FUTP60 Program Advisor at Brownsburg West Middle School On July 14, Greg More and I traveled to Washington, D.C. for the Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador Leadership Training Summit. We were both filled with excitement about growing our knowledge and skills for the program, and also to meet people from [...]