National Dairy Month

Meet The People Leading Dairy

Support Wisconsin Dairy Farmers

Welcome to National Dairy Month – a celebration of the farmers who help define our state and makes us who we are. Wisconsin dairy farmers have dedicated their lives to feeding communities across the state, country and globe. 

Meet some of the families behind Wisconsin dairy.

Take a Virtual Farm Tour or Attend a Dairy Event

Celebrate Wherever You Are!

Socially Distant Events

National Dairy Month celebrations may look different in 2021, but they’ll provide unique ways to visit a farm and enjoy Wisconsin dairy. Whether it’s a drive thru farm tour or a carry out package of local dairy products, dairy promotion groups are getting creative on ways for you to celebrate safely.

Take a Virtual Farm Tour

If you’re looking for some “edu-tainment” for your family, a virtual farm tour is a perfect option. Join Julia Nunes, dairy farmer and the 73rd Alice in Dairyland, for an up-close-and-personal view on where our dairy comes from with a tour of her family’s farm.

Buy Wisconsin Cheese and Dairy!

SUMMER DAIRY RECIPES

Dairy foods provide a unique nutrient profile that help people of all ages achieve greater health and wellness. In fact, they are natural source of immune-boosting nutrients, like vitamin A, vitamin D and protein. 

Whether you’re making an enticing entrée or showcasing an amazing cheese spread, there’s no substitute for real Wisconsin dairy. Click on the uniquely Wisconsin recipes below featuring the dairy best ingredients! 

Yogurt Marinated Chicken with Naan

Quick and Delicious Recipe

Chef Salad Cheese Board

Look for the Proudly Wisconsin Badge when shopping for cheese. 

Build Your Salad Cheese Board

Pulled Pork Tacos

Spice Up Taco Night

Flag Shaped Mini Tartlets

Not just for 4th of July, these festive mini tartlets are great anytime!

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Mixed Berry Shortcake Trifle

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Grilled Zucchini Pesto Packets

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Grilled Salmon Wraps

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Buttermilk Blue Cheese Dressing

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