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. ...

Back to School

Means Back to a Good Breakfast Routine Kids and adults need to Fuel Up, for a busy day, with a nutritious breakfast that provides the energy and nutrients allowing for increased concentration at work and in the classroom. Skipping Breakfast: Kids of all ages have excuses about why they skip breakfast. If you stay up late and get up early,...

Celebrate the Birth of our Nation with Family Fun

July is a great time for family activities. As we celebrate the Fourth of July, we thought it would be fun to focus on life in 18th century America and how Colonial kids passed their days. The Start of the American Revolutionary War The battles of Lexington and Concord, April 19, 1775, marked the start of the American War of...

Longmont Dairy Milk Caps Used For More Than Milk Bottles

When we started our school support program, Milk Caps for Mooola, we never expected the creativity and enthusiasm from the students. Recently we got a very nice letter from Emma Ryan, who goes to the Parker Core Knowledge School in Parker. Not only did she start the Milk Caps for Mooola program at the school, she has invented a new...

National Agricultural Magazine Features Longmont Dairy

Longmont Dairy Farm was recently featured in a national agricultural magazine, “The Progressive Farmer.” The two page article, called “Milking the Buy-Local Movement,” speaks of delivering milk door-to-door as a re-emerging trend. As most customers know, Longmont Dairy has delivered fresh milk, from their cows, directly to customer porches for over fifty years – long before it was “fashionable.” The...

Longmont Dairy Funds Parachute for Northridge Elementary

March 2015- Northridge Elementary School students have a new parachute to play with during P.E. class, thanks to Milk Caps for Mooola, Longmont Dairy Farm’s school fundraiser. The dairy donates five cents for each milk bottle cap collected by participating schools. The parachute is similar to equipment used by a skydiver, but Northridge students have found other creative ways to...

Milk Caps for Mooola

Local Schools Receive over $50,000 in Donations from Longmont Dairy Farm Local schools have collected over one million milk caps to help them earn over $50,000 in fundraiser monies, provided by from Longmont Dairy Farm. Two years ago, Longmont Dairy created a fundraiser to help local schools with tight budgets to earn funds for education. “Milk Caps for Mooola” allows...