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Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative and Land O’Lakes Foundation to Distributed 2,160 Gallons of Milk in Joint Effort

June 1, 2020, Reston, Virginia – Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative in partnership with the Land O’Lakes Foundation distributed 2,160 gallons of Maola milk in New Windsor, Maryland on May 30, 2020. Thanks to a grant from the Land O’Lakes Foundation, Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers teamed up with …

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Sign-up Now for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is now accepting applications for the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program (CFAP). CFAP provides support to producers who have suffered a five percent-or-greater price decline due to COVID-19. Dairy farmers can apply for assistance as of Tuesday, May 26. Call and set up an appointment with …

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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 …

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Upcoming Member Webinars – Register Now

Did you know Maryland & Virginia hosts a monthly webinar for members? Join us for one of our upcoming sessions. Noon, EDT, April 22 – R.E.S.E.T-ING the Dairy Industry to Attract and Retain Employees – One of the most important resources on a farm is its workforce. While it may …

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Living Our Mission

Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative’s Board of Directors embarked on an intensive strategic planning process in 2019. That process culminated in the establishment of a fresh set of core values and strategic planks to use as the foundation for the cooperative’s course of direction over the next five to …

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Dairy Needs More Influencers

Dairy farming takes a lot of time. It’s more than a nine-to-five, 40-hour a week profession. With fewer dairy farmers in the U.S. than ever before, our society is lacking easy access to the farmers who supply their milk and dairy products, or are they? Nearly 80% of the U.S. …

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Maola Local Dairies Donates More than 100,000 Half Pints to Area Food Banks

(RESTON, Va., updated March 27, 2020) Maola Local Dairies donated more than 100,000 half-pints of milk in the last two weeks to North Carolina and Virginia food banks. “In these uncertain times we need to do all we can to help our community,” said Scott Garrett, National Accounts Manager with …

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