The 2021 PA Farm Show will look a little different this year, but you’ll still be able to enjoy a delicious PA Dairymen’s milkshake. Stay tuned for more information and event announcements!
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We’ve launched a NEW Dairy Campaign, “We Are Your Dairy Farmers: Stronger Together, Buy Local, Choose PA Dairy,” to encourage families to support their local farm families who work hard daily to produce fresh, local milk and dairy products to feed families. During COVID-19, milk is in high demand at grocery stores, but was suspended in other supply chain locations due to business, school and government shutdowns.
We’ve help launch the first state-wide program with Feeding
Pennsylvania to Fill a Glass with Hope.
Help us reach our goal of delivering fresh milk to our neighbors in need.
Did you know that 1 in 5 kids in Pennsylvania are hungry? Together, we can Fill a Glas with Hope so no one goes without fresh milk. Each $1 donated equals 8 servings of milk.
We’re Proud to be a Partner in the New Statewide
Campaign “Choose PA Dairy: Goodness That Matters”
Making the choice to buy local milk is important for your health, your family’s health, your local community and the commonwealth.
Pennsylvania-produced milk and dairy products can be found in grocery stores, markets and local restaurants.
PA Dairymen’s Association was originally formed as the Crawford County Dairy Association in 1871.
Within 17 years, the county group had become a statewide organization with a focus on supporting Pennsylvania dairy farms.
In 1954, the Association joined together with Valley Grange #1360 from Lewisberry, Pa. to serve hand-dipped milkshakes at the annual Pa. Farm Show.
More than 65 years later, the Association is still serving their now famous milkshakes each year to Farm Show’s visitors. The Association also provides fried cheese cubes, ice cream and grilled cheese sandwiches during the Pa. Farm Show.
Proceeds from the sale of milkshakes benefit agricultural scholarships, youth programs and educational programs across the state.
The PA Dairymen’s Association is governed by a dairy farmer Board of Directors and is lead by executive director Dave Smith.