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Photo: Introducing Calfé Latte
Introducing Calfé Latte We are excited to introduce our NEW coffee flavored milk!
To benefit: The Gulu Country Dairy Project and Mission Outreach Scholarship.
Click on the link to learn more.
Saturday, October 26 at Country Dairy, 11am-2pm.
Join us for our first ever Chili Cook-Off. It’s going to be lots of fun. Contestants will be competing for a $100 Country Dairy Gift Card! The Chili will be made using Country Dairy Beef Products. A pre-selected Country Dairy Judging Panel will decide which chili is Number 1. During the event we will have free samples of Country Dairy Meat and Cheese products, a 12pm and 1:30pm tour, and,( as always) great food, milk, and ice cream! Bring out the whole family!
Clock on the link below to print off an Entry Form.
Our annual Ice Cream Social will be July 6 this year, always the first Saturday in July! Hope to see you there!
During the week of Spring Break, April 1-6 we will be conducting tours at NOON and 1:30pm-- come visit our family farm, tour the farm, enjoy a lunch, and top it off with an ice cream desert!
Due the lack of snow, Babbitt's has decided to bring along some ATVs and UTVs in addition to Snowmobiles. It's going to be a good time! We hope to see you there.
Country Dairy and Babbitt's Powersports are hosting a Snowmobile Demo. On Saturday January 12, 2013 from 11-3pm Bring the whole family out to Country Dairy for a fun day in the snow.
Many of you may have heard that Chocolate milk is considered to be a great recovery drink for athletes. Here are some links for you to check out regarding this: http://choosechocolatemilk.com/athletes/why-chocolate-milk
http://www.mlive.com/entertainment/index.ssf/2012/09/pure_michigan_video_by_rob_bli.html ">Country Dairy on Pure Michigan!
Country Dairy and a bunch of other places were privileged to participate in a new Pure Michigan video coming out this Sunday. The video will premiere at the Detroit Lions season home opener game, and will be made public around 2:45PM this Sunday. Here's an article about it: