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Mmmmm! It’s Monday!!!

Today is the last day of winter and the Spring Equinox is tomorrow! For our final day of winter (and to prepare us for any snow that may come soon), here is a yummy lasagna recipe to keep you warm, your tummy filled, and your body happy. Remember, you need three servings of dairy daily!

Slow Cooker Fresh Veggie Lasagna


1 egg, lightly beaten
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
1 cup marinara sauce
1 medium zucchini, diced
4 no boil lasagna noodles
1 bag baby spinach
1 cup thinly sliced mushrooms

Spray crock pot with nonstick cooking spray, set aside.
In a small bowl, mix together cheeses, egg, oregano, and garlic powder.
Spread 2 tablespoons of sauce on bottom of the pot.
Sprinkle half zucchini over sauce, and top with a third of cheese mixture.
Break 2 noodles in pieces to cover the cheese.
Spread 2 tablespoons of sauce, layer with half of the spinach and with half of the mushrooms.
Repeat layering, ending with cheese and the remaining sauce.
Firmly press into pot.
Cook and cover low heat for 4-5 hours.
Allow lasagna to cool before serving.

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Tune in this afternoon at 1:30 to WISR 680 to listen to Dairy Princess Maggie Rasp and Committee Member Cara Stephenson talk about the recent troubles facing the dairy industry, the hardworking men and women of the industry, and how you all can help support your local farmers!

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Come join Princess Maggie Rasp as she promotes dairy consumption and buying locally at Concord Church , 285 Concord Church Road, in Beaver County! We are here at a blood drive to support our fellow dairy farmer Kevin Caldwell!

We are handing out Marburger‘s milk and have dessert cheese balls to sample, to help refuel after donating!

If any of you would like to come and donate we are looking for blood and platelet donors and we are looking for bone marrow matches! The event is from 9-2 and soon Maggie will be donating blood to help support! ❤️🐮

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It’s Fun Fact Friday!!!

Did you know that for every dairy product you buy, there could be upwards of fifty people or more involved in getting it to you? From the farmers, to the farm suppliers, to the plant workers and the grocery stockers, dairy involves a whole army of people!

Dairy helps to supply jobs for people in many different types of fields all over your community!

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At tonight’s Butler County Dairy 4-H meeting, members participated in the Milk Drinking Challenge which involves drinking 8 oz of milk to show our for support local dairy farmers!

We all love the dairy industry and actively participate in it! We encourage all of you to participate or at least enjoy three servings of locally sourced dairy daily! 💙🐮🥛

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Mmmmm! It's Monday!

If you guys are like the rest of us, we cannot wait for spring to be here! Yet, since we can't control the weather, we will make do by eating spring fruits and flavors! While this recipe may seem a little difficult, we promise it is easier than it looks and super delicious!

Whatever dishes you enjoy, just remember to get your three servings of PENNSYLVANIA dairy daily! (Look for the REAL seal or the PA Preferred yellow check mark!)


Lemon Ricotta Pancakes

2 cups RICOTTA
2 cups mixed fresh berries
1/3 cup plus 4 tablespoons sugar, divided
2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
1 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1/2 cup chestnut flour
2 tablespoons baking powder
1/2 teaspoon kosher salt
4 large eggs, separated
2 tablespoons finely grated lemon zest
1 1/2 cups WHOLE MILK

Strain and drain RICOTTA CHEESE for 15 minutes.

Gently combine berries, 1/3 cup sugar, and lemon juice in a medium bowl. Let soften, tossing occasionally, until sugar dissolves and juices are released.

Whisk both flours, baking powder, and salt in a large bowl. Using an electric mixer, beat egg whites in a medium bowl until frothy. Gradually beat in 2 tablespoons sugar, beating until peaks form.

Whisk the egg yolks, remaining 2 tablespoons sugar, and zest in another medium bowl to blend. Whisk in MILK. Add the yolk mixture to dry ingredients; whisk just to blend. Add half of the egg white mixture; fold just to blend. Fold in RICOTTA, then remaining egg white mixture.

Heat a pan griddle or large heavy nonstick skillet over medium-low heat; brush with melted BUTTER. Using 1/2 cup batter for each pancake and working in batches, ladle batter onto griddle and cook about 1 1/2 minutes. Flip pancakes and cook until browned and just cooked through.

Transfer pancakes to plates. Serve with berries and their juices.

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Robin Peters

Do Pandora and so many other cows a favor and Buy Local Milk.
None of this “Great Value” stuff from Walmart. Or Sams Club.
Because of Walmart’s Great Value Da...iry Products and their mega Dairy farm they’ve created to mass produce milk there is less of a need of milk from local family farms. Deans has sent out over 140 termination notices to farms because they’re milk is no longer needed. 140
Farms that are family owned and operated, and have been passed down for generations. Farmers who care about their cows and the consumers drinking their milk. Not only will so many farmers loose their jobs and ways of life, but so will Veterinarians who are no longer needed, along with small feed store businesses and many others.

Because the price of cows are so low on the market mass quantities of dairy cows will be sent to slaughter.

Help the local dairy farmer. And the cows.
If you are ever curious as to where your milk comes from you can visit or simply ask a farmer.

Buy Local Dairy Products Please.

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Family, friends, and anyone else who may stumble upon this: I have a plea and I have a challenge for all of you.

For those of you that are not in th...e dairy or agricultural communities, there’s a bit of a crisis going on. Milk prices are low and some dairy farmers are losing their contracts with company’s like Walmart and Dean’s. This is leading to a shutdown of a lot of hard-working family farms just because they cannot afford it anymore. As a dairy farmer, a dairy princess and an agriculture promoter, this is heartbreaking and a little discouraging!

Agriculture is the number one industry here in Pennsylvania with dairy being the largest sector! These dairy farmers work long hours, late nights, early mornings, every single day with no breaks. Every dollar they earn comes back into local economies to buy food, equipment, and other products! Dairy farmers (and other agriculturalists) are supporters of the community and local businesses and we should support them too!

So here comes the challenge part that other people are implementing across the state: The One More Gallon Challenge!

When you go to the grocery store purchase one more gallon of milk for your family. Or more dairy products for your family as well! But before you buy, make sure to check the label for the PA Preferred yellow check mark or a local PA address!

If you or your family do not need more dairy products, consider donating it to local food banks and other community centers!

Please help support the farmers that support your community! We love our jobs and we care for every animal and person we come across! So we hope you will care for us and support us as we are working hard, serving our communities! 💚🐮

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It’s Fun Fact Friday!!!

Did you know, that on average any meat, dairy, or produce that is on your plate travels upwards to HUNDREDS and THOUSANDS of MILES? That means that your food is probably coming from some other state, and sometimes other countries!

But sometimes that makes food more expensive! So what do we as consumers do?



Buying locally does not only keep expenses low sometimes, but it also benefits:

• Local economies! When you buy local farm products, that money is pumped back into the economy with everyday farm costs.

• Environment! By supporting local farms, you help maintain the need for farmland, green areas, and open space!

•You! Buying locally allows you to know where your food comes from and how much hard works local farmers do to get your food from their farm to your table! You will be supporting your community and learning about it while you enjoy your favorite dishes!

Next time you go grocery shopping consider going to local grocers or farmers markets! You can also find locally sourced products by looking for the PA Preferred yellow check mark!

#buylocal #papreferred #supportyourfarmers

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Mmmmm! It’s Monday!!!

Here is a dairy delicious breakfast treat that is healthy to eat and will make your mornings extra happy! Make it the morning of, or if you want those extra minutes of sleep, prepare the dish the night before! With three dairy products in this recipe, you can’t miss! Whatever dishes you enjoy today, just remember to have three servings of dairy daily!

Cheddar & Mushroom Breakfast Squares


2 teaspoons BUTTER
2 cups white button mushrooms sliced
1/2 cup green onion sliced, including green tops
6 slices country style bread cubed
2 cups shredded CHEDDAR CHEESE
8 eggs
1 teaspoon red hot pepper flakes
1/4 teaspoon salt

Spray an 8 x 8-inch square glass or ceramic baking dish with cooking spray; set aside.
In a medium skillet over medium heat, melt BUTTER and add mushrooms. Cook mushrooms about 5 minutes or until softened and brown at edges. Stir in green onion; set aside.
Place ½ of the bread cubes in prepared baking dish. Scatter ½ of the mushroom mixture and ½ of the CHEESE over bread cubes. Layer remaining bread cubes and mushroom mixture; set aside.
In a large bowl, beat MILK, eggd, pepper flakes and salt, if desired, until well blended. Pour mixture over bread cubes and top with the remaining CHEESE.

Make ahead suggestion: cover dish with foil and refrigerate for 8-10 hours before baking.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Bake, covered for 45 minutes. Remove foil and bake an additional 15 minutes or until top is puffed up and cheese is browned at edges. Let cool for 5 minutes; cut into squares to serve.

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It’s Fun Fact Friday!!!

Did you know that cows can produce up to 125 pounds of saliva a day?! It makes sense because they drink a bathtub full of water daily and their saliva helps them eat all of the delicious food offered to them by their loving farmers!

#drooloverthat #slobberingsweeties

Mmmmm! It’s Monday!!!

Warmer weather is coming soon and while hot dishes and soups may be delicious, we want to focus on the other delicious foods of the seasons! This open turkey sub is absolutely yummy and it is a great dish for kids! With three dairy toppings in this sandwich you all are guaranteed to be satisfied in taste and nutrition! Whatever you do, just remember to have at least three servings of dairy daily!

Open Turkey Subs with Cucumber Yogurt Sauce




1 cup plain low-fat YOGURT
1/2 cup diced cucumber
1/4 cup chopped parsley


3 French rolls, sliced
1/2 cup sliced red onion
1/2 cup sliced green pepper
12 ounces thinly sliced turkey breast
1 cup shredded lettuce
1 cup sliced Roma tomatoes


To prepare YOGURT sauce, combine YOGURT, cucumber and parsley. Cover and chill.

Preheat oven to 350˚. Toast rolls with cut side up in oven until lightly browned. Top each half with red onion, green pepper, 2 ounces turkey breast and 2 slices cheese. Return to oven and bake 2 minutes or until cheese begins to melt.

Arrange open-face sandwiches on platter. Top each half with 1 tomato slice and shredded lettuce. Spoon about 2 tablespoons of YOGURT sauce over top of each sandwich.

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It's Fun Fact Friday!!!

Did you know that there are dairy farms in every single state? Yes, Hawaii and Alaska too! But did you also know that our lovely state of Pennsylvania ranks SIXTH nationally for milk production?!

With all of this dairy, we suggest you buy PA Preferred Dairy Products (It's the yellow check on the label!) to support PA dairies and enjoy their products!

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Mmmmm! It’s Monday!!!

The weather is getting warmer and the days are starting to get longer! Sometimes you just need a healthy, sweet and energizing treat to help you make the most of these nice days! This smoothie recipe is packed with yummy fruits and great dairy products too! Just grab a glass of this drink and you’ll be ready to take on the day! Just remember to get three servings of dairy daily to get the amazing health benefits!

Berry Banana Smoothie


1⁄2 cup MILK
1⁄2 cup cranberry juice
1 cup strawberry, diced
1 cup blueberries
1 large banana, frozen
1⁄2 cup blueberry YOGURT

Place ingredients in blender and mix until smooth.

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It's Fun Fact Friday!!!

Did you know that cows have the same gestation period as humans? That means they are pregnant for nine months! Cattle normally have one calf with each pregnancy, but they are able to have twins, triplets or even quadruplets!

No matter how many calves are born with each pregnancy, farmers make sure to take individual care of both the mother and her calf so that they can be healthy and strong!

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