Navigation Links Debuts With Information on Minnesota Dairy Events, People and Products

ST. PAUL, Minn., May 29 /PRNewswire/ -- From June Dairy Month through the State Fair, summer in Minnesota is bursting with fun things to do. Starting June 1, Minnesotans will be able get details about dairy-related activities and events with just a click of the mouse. is a one-stop resource for all the latest news on family-friendly fun -- and the state's nearly 5,000 hardworking dairy farm families. is designed to provide a complete rundown of summertime dairy activities, and give Minnesotans a closer look at what the state's farm families are up to. If you're looking for memorable things to do this summer, if you've ever wondered about life on a farm, or if you'd like to learn more about the people who produce the milk, butter, cheese, ice cream and yogurt we enjoy every day, stop by
The site, which was created by Midwest Dairy Association, includes:

-- A searchable summertime calendar of dairy-themed events across

Minnesota, from farm breakfasts to malt wagons at county fairs to the

Family Farm Festival at the Minnesota Zoo;

-- Dairy-related news, including information about the Minnesota State

Fair, Princess Kay of the Milky Way, the Dairy Goodness Bar and the

world-famous butter sculptures;

-- A video tour of Princess Kay Ann Miron's family farm in Hugo, Minn.;

-- A "Dairy Diary," which features behind-the-scenes blogging and photos

from some of the state's farm families;

-- Delicious recipes; and

-- Videos and articles about Minnesota's dairy farm families -- the people

behind the product. will be updated throughout the season with the latest news and information about all of Minnesota's dairy-related events. For more information, visit


Midwest Dairy Association is a nonprofit organization that provides consumers with information about the nutrition and wholesomeness of dairy foods, and conducts research and promotional programs.

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