Our Cow Mascot
The Dairy Farmers of Washington's mascot - called "Cow" - brings smiles to the faces of youngsters and adults alike wherever she appears throughout Washington.Her plush, black-and-white hide mark her out as the classic Holstein - Washington's most ubiquitous breed of cow.Comfy overalls - emblazoned with the Dairy Farmers of Washington's "Pride" logo - tell us she's a true farm girl; while her bright red sunglasses say she's as cool as any city slicker.When Cow visits your town, be sure to come up and say "Moo!"
Families now have the help they need to incorporate the new Dietary Guidelines and MyPyramid.gov recommendations into enjoyable meals at home. Naturally Nutritious includes 20 delicious recipes that will treat the family to great flavors and good health in every bite. Each recipe is accompanied by a beautiful color photograph and nutrient breakdown. A serving of any of the recipes is an excellent source of calcium, thanks to the contribution of fat free, low fat and lactose-free dairy foods. Information about the Dietary Guidelines, lactose intolerance and dairy nutrition rounds out this useful and delectable 46-page cookbook. For sample recipes to view and download click here
Polly Pride's Activity and Coloring Book
This downloadable book is a light-hearted and fun filled introduction to life on a dairy farm. All 32 pages are creative and provide lots of interesting facts about cows and dairy products through puzzles, games and coloring oppotunities. Cover is full color, all other pages are black and white.
(34 pages including cover - 3.5 mb)