Dairy Farm to School

Dairy is fresh, local, and always in season.

March is Dairy Harvest of the Month in Massachusetts and Rhode Island!

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Milk gets from a local dairy farm to your school in an average of 48 hours.

Local dairy foods like milk, cheese and yogurt are an important part of school meals and can be celebrated as part of Farm to School efforts all year long. New England Dairy provides resources to help educate students about the health benefits of dairy and to connect them to how local dairy farmers produce their favorite dairy foods.

Resources & Info

Dairy Farm to School

  • Group of students on a dairy farm petting a cow
    Dairy Farm to School Marketing

    Help students understand where milk comes from and the role local dairy farm families play.

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  • Virtual Farm Tours

    Take students on a virtual 360° tour of two local dairy farms.

    Visit Today
  • Girl working on paper presentation about dairy farmers

    Connect the cafeteria and classroom with resources that teach students about dairy nutrition and farming.

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  • blueberry yogurt smoothie

    Smoothies are a great way to serve local dairy, fruits, and vegetables in a way that kids love.

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  • farm family in cow pasture
    Meet Your Local Dairy Farmers

    Farm families are the cornerstone of New England Dairy. Get to know your local farmer!

    Meet the Farm Families
  • Students Planting Garden Together
    Local Farm to School Partners

    There are many organizations in New England promoting local foods in schools.

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