Community

Managing the Risks of the Milk Price Rollercoaster

The 2020 milk price roller coaster has more and more dairy farmers considering their risk management options. Maryland & Virginia’s August member webinar focused on the various risk management programs available to members through the co-op and through government programs. Katie Burgess, Director of Risk Management for Blimling and Associates, will led the session. She …

Managing the Risks of the Milk Price Rollercoaster Read More »

Co-op County Fair Provides Alternative to Canceled Fairs and Shows

Maryland & Virginia has proudly sponsored and supported various fairs, breed shows and youth programs over the years. Given the numerous canceled events this summer, the cooperative is taking a different direction to support the youth and members who exhibit their cows at fairs throughout our membership region, by holding our own Co-op County Fair. …

Co-op County Fair Provides Alternative to Canceled Fairs and Shows Read More »

Poster Contest Celebrates Maryland & Virginia’s 100th Anniversary

Looking for activities to keep your children busy once school lets out? Maryland & Virginia has a poster contest for you! In honor of the co-op’s 100th Anniversary this year, we are asking our creative minds to develop posters and artwork that celebrate what it means to celebrate 100 years of business. Entries can be …

Poster Contest Celebrates Maryland & Virginia’s 100th Anniversary Read More »

Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Delivers 2,160 Gallons of Fresh Milk on Giving Tuesday to those in Need

May 5, 2020, Reston, Virginia – Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative in partnership with the Washington County Farm Bureau delivered 2,160 gallons of fresh milk to those in need at an event today in Hagerstown, Maryland. Local dairy farmers and Farm Bureau volunteers handed out gallons of Maola milk at the Valley Mall in …

Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Delivers 2,160 Gallons of Fresh Milk on Giving Tuesday to those in Need Read More »

Farmers are Working Hard to Get Food to Your Families in this Public Health Crisis

Opinion Column by Member Lisa Graybeal, Peach Bottom, Pennsylvania As I walked into our milking center in our big red barn the other morning, I could hear the satisfying swish, swish of milk flowing from our Holstein cows. I let out a little cheer of encouragement to our cud-chewing ladies to keep up the good …

Farmers are Working Hard to Get Food to Your Families in this Public Health Crisis Read More »