Grab Some Dairy for National Ag Day

Today is National Ag Day and farmers and ranchers across the country are celebrating. Agriculture is a part of our daily lives, from the food we eat, to the clothes we wear and the products we use.

Dairy farmers are no exception. The work done on dairy farms not only results in delicious milk, cheese, yogurt, ice cream and more, but also contributes to the local economy and helps to preserve farmland and keep animals safe and healthy.

2017 Fill A Glass With Hope® Charitable Fresh Milk Campaign Launches At Pa Farm Show

January 6, 2017

2017 Fill A Glass With Hope® Charitable Fresh Milk Campaign Launches At Pa Farm Show

Milkshake Celebration Showcases Extraordinary Statewide Distribution Of More Than Three Million Servings Of Milk Since Inception And Major Financial Commitment

Former NFL Stars, Dairy Farmers, Industry and State Leaders, and Philanthropic Partners team up to sack hunger

HARRISBURG, Pa. – Flanked by former NFL stars, state and dairy industry leaders, and philanthropic partners, the Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association, Feeding Pennsylvania, and American Dairy Association North East kicked off the 2017 award-winning Fill a Glass with Hope® fresh milk distribution program during the opening milkshake celebration of the 101st PA Farm Show Food Court. The PA Farm Show, the nation’s largest indoor agricultural exhibition, runs January 7-14, 2017 at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center, with the Food Court opening today.

Unveiled in 2016 as the first-in-the-nation statewide charitable fresh milk distribution program, Fill a Glass with Hope® has now provided over three million servings of milk to clients of Feeding Pennsylvania’s statewide member food banks. The Fundraising for the 2017 campaign launched today with major donations of $127,864, including $25,000 contributions each from FirstEnergy Foundation and Weis Markets. To date, a record $640,389 has been raised for food bank clients’ milk needs.

Dairy Industry Partners Kick-off 2018 Fill a Glass with Hope® Program

January 5, 2018

Dairy Industry Partners Kick-off 2018 Fill a Glass with Hope® Program & Announce New Calving Corner Exhibit at PA Farm Show

HARRISBURG, Pa. – State dairy industry leaders from the Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association, the Calving Corner, Feeding Pennsylvania, American Dairy Association North East, Center for Dairy Excellence, Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture and Pennsylvania Dairy Promotion Program kicked off the 2018 award-winning Fill a Glass with Hope® fresh milk distribution program today at the Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex and Expo Center. Two newborn calves named “Fill” and “Hope” then joined the partners as they cut a red ribbon signifying the opening of the Calving Corner, a dairy cow birthing center debuting at the 2018 Pennsylvania Farm Show.

4 Reasons to Visit Our New E-Store

Deck the halls with boughs of holly and rock around the Christmas tree.
The holiday season is upon us, you see!
With mistletoe hung and candy galore,
Wreaths and stockings fill every store.
But, what is one thing you can’t find in the aisles?
Our milkshakes and products that will bring your family smiles!
So, head over to our e-store and find a gift they’ll adore.
Still not convinced? Here are four reasons why.

Signature Blue and White Milkshakes at Penn State Home Football Games in September

August 26, 2017

Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association to roll out signature blue and white milkshakes at Penn State Home Football Games in September

State College, PA — The American Dairy Association North East (ADANE) and Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association announced today they have entered into a sponsorship agreement for the first time with Penn State Football to promote their innovative partnership with Feeding Pennsylvania called Fill a Glass with Hope®, a charitable campaign that raises funds so that Feeding PA’s member food banks can purchase milk directly from their local dairies, at a reduced price, and distribute it to families facing hunger.

“One in five Pennsylvania children face hunger every day, which is enough to fill Beaver Stadium five times,” states Feeding Pennsylvaniaexecutive director Jane Clements-Smith. “This sponsorship is a great opportunity to introduce the Fill a Glass with Hope® program to tens of thousands of Penn State Football fans, and invite them to help our neighbors in need.”