Join us on June 1, as we unite as a global industry to celebrate World Milk Day — a worldwide day of recognition for the wholesome nutrition of nature’s most perfect food — milk.
No matter where you are, we hope you have time to raise a glass of milk to celebrate your passion, your livelihood and your dedication to the industry. There are many ways you can get involved. Make sure to follow DFA on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for additional ideas and updates on World Milk Day events around the country.
Here are some ways you can get involved:
Post a photo raising a glass of milk in celebration with the hashtags #RaiseAGlass and #WorldMilkDay. Tag @dfamilk in your post on June 1, and we’ll donate $1 for every post to the Great American Milk Drive, up to $10,000.
Host an event, such as a community breakfast, farm tour or open house. Visit www.dfamilk.com/worldmilkdayto order free World Milk Day cups and stickers. Order by May 25 for delivery by June 1.
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