Both of his products are nutritious. It’s the bodies they’re feeding that are different. Alan Smith not only produces nutritious milk products as a Maryland & Virginia member, but he is also the entrepreneur behind a series of unique retail products made from the manure of his dairy herd. “Our
Maola Milk is making a splash in Virginia this fall with a series of billboards, as part of MilkPEP’s “Gonna Need Milk” campaign. The six billboards, featuring campaign milk claims including “Nutrients to Help Kids Grow” and “Hydrates Better Than Water,” can be found in Richmond and Roanoke for eight
Engagement of a diversity of audiences, both inside and outside our cooperative, is a central part of what the Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Association (MDVA) team does to serve our membership. July was a banner month for getting our name and our story in front of important audiences.
For new Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Association (MDVA) member Donald Miller, he took the initiative to frame out his future, quite literally. Donald had dreams of owning his own dairy farm. To make that happen, he and his father worked tirelessly over the past year to build a
For more than twenty years, Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers has invested in the future generation of dairy leaders by offering scholarships to the children of our employees and members, and the employees of our members. Some past recipients have gone on to be ag lenders or food scientists. Even
Listen to Hannah Walmer, Sustainability Specialist with Maryland & Virginia explain the project. When the shovel hits the dirt, it’s usually a sign of progress. In the case of some Maryland & Virginia farms of late, that shovel is being manned by someone other than a dairy farmer. That’s because