Dairy Farm to School

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It only takes about 48 hours for milk to travel from the farm to you. Use the additional resources and activities below to help your students understand where their milk comes from and the role dairy farm families play in producing a wholesome, nutritious product that goes from the farm to glass in as little as two days.

Virtual Dairy Farming Experience

Grab a cold glass of milk and sit down for a dairy farming virtual chat featuring New England Patriots Linebacker Chase Winovich and Massachusetts dairy farmer Nicole Fletcher from Fletcher Farm. Learn firsthand how dairy farmers care for their cows, protect the environment, and produce the safe and delicious milk you enjoy every day. Plus, hear Chase talk about his experience visiting a New England dairy farm.

This is a recording of a live webinar that aired on November 18th, 2021.


Bring the dairy farm into your classroom with Discover Dairy! This resource for educators includes the popular Adopt A Cow Program, dairy education curriculum incorporating Common CORE and STEM standards, and a variety of activities and videos targeted to Elementary and Middle School students.


Funding for this program was provided by New England Dairy and the Connecticut Milk Promotion Board. 

From Farm to Family Night

On April 22, 2021, New England Dairy hosted our first-ever virtual From Farm to Family night for families with children in grades K-5.

Click the link below to access the recorded event and associated resources to participate.

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