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Crossing the finish line wasn’t be the only glory for race car driver Tony Kanaan this weekend at the Indy 500.
Kanaan carried on a tradition dating back to the late 1920s, when second-time race winner Lewis Meyer requested a refreshing glass of ice cold milk after his win. Since then, nearly 60 winners of the iconic race have been presented with a bottle of milk — now engraved with the phrase “Indianapolis 500 Winner” — after crossing the finish line.
The bottle of milk given to winners was ranked No. 1 among the sports world’s coolest prizes by Sports Illustrated.
Building a healthier plate doesn’t have to be a daunting task. Find out how simple tips on how to include smart options as part of your eating habits.
Among the go-tos that the leading health authorities turn to when it comes to maintaining a healthy and nutritious diet: milk.
In light of National Nutrition Month, a new article from TIME polls health, diet and exercise tips from some of the country’s top fitness and health experts. Among the group, former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. David Satcher, who said he kicks off his mornings by including a serving of low-fat milk in his breakfast ritual.
In the article, Satcher also spotlights wellness efforts by Fuel Up to Play 60 and the GENYOUth Foundation, which show that proper nutrition paired with physical activity can lead to better academic success for students.
Illinois dairy farmers Joel and Linnea Kooistra know that the needs of their cows come before anything else. Learn how they and other farmers alike ensure that the milk consumers enjoy is as wholesome and as safe as ever.
A new study claims that countries that consume the most milk and dairy products also win the most Nobel Prizes, according to TIME Magazine.
Skip Hardie discusses the impact of rising milk prices both short term and long term to the industry and to the consumer.
Efforts to ensure milk remains a healthy option to consumers—when and how they want it—are highlighted in a new article from The Wall Street Journal.
Dairy farmer LuAnn Troxel sprays cows with water to help keep them cool.
The Troxel’s display the resiliency that is common of most dairy farmers, noting that they will persevere. “We’ll get through this somehow. We’ve chosen to raise our family on a dairy farm. It’s a privilege to care for our animals and the land while producing high quality, nutritious and delicious dairy products for our family and the public,” LuAnn said.
Farms and the families that own them – among many others – appreciate the understanding of Americans across the country and recognize these are tough times for everyone. One way the consumers can show their support for dairy farmers is by continuing to enjoy and purchase the nutritious dairy products they love.