Longmont Dairy Farm Supplies Budding Artists an Outlet

Longmont, Co – Longmont Dairy Farm announce the winner of their annual Holiday Eggnog Bottle Design Contest. This year, the award went to the youngest competitor in the years of the competition: a third-grade student from Littleton. The winner this year is by Bailey Fitzpatrick, from Mt. Carbon Elementary school. The Longmont Dairy Farm supplier for glass milk bottles requires...

Why Whole Milk?

Many of our friends and customers are switching to whole milk. It’s a trend we have been watching with interest because it follows new research on the benefits of whole milk. For years, we have been told to drink low fat milks and reduce fact consumption. Research is changing that viewpoint and it’s becoming evident that, for some, the beneficial...

Letter to the Milkman – A Student Leaves for College

Dear Mr. Milkman, My entire life, the milkman has been my hero. Now, you obviously haven’t been my milkman for all 18 of those years but I’m just going to assume it’s been you the past four, since I’ve lived at this address. And it’s been these past four years that I’ve wanted to write you, and to thank you,...

Summer Adventurers Require Delicious Drinks

As you plan your summer adventures, remember to include drinks. Ensure your children are staying hydrated, especially on hot days. Children need proportionally more fluids than adults do. Kids need about 6-8 glasses of liquid a day, but more when it’s hot and dry. Water, fruit juices, milk and yogurt are healthy, nutritious ways to get your kids to drink...

Local Family Farm Supplies your Eggs

For the last several years, we have been fortunate to develop a strong relationship with our local Eggland’s Best farm. EB representatives Jerry Wilkins and Terri Heine came to our office last fall to make delicious omelets for our employees and also to share some great information about their eggs. See the picture below of Jerry and Terri making omelets....

Customers on the Mooove!

In 2007, at the age of 64, customer Bob Wise was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. He nearly died that year and his doctors at the Mayo Clinic essentially told him to settle his affairs and to do things that made him happy. Bob turned to riding his bicycle, and in the last five years, has averaged 4,000-5,000 miles per year....