A study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences has shown that milk was used by the first farmers from Central Europe in the early Neolithic era around 7,400 years ago.
The “dairy is dying” mantra has been regurgitated by critics for years. Now we’re told we’re in the midst of a “plant-based beverage bust.” Both are wrong.
National Dairy Month is a time for celebration and appreciation for all things dairy. Enjoy your favorite dairy products and explore this industry.
While many people may be familiar with Holsteins or Jerseys, there are lots more global breeds and lesser-known North America breeds to be aware of.
The dairy industry pledges to be carbon neutral or better by the year 2050 — here’s how they’re hoping to achieve that.
The researchers found that the removal of dairy cows would only reduce greenhouse emissions by about 0.7 percent while also lowering available nutrients.
With origins dating back roughly 2,000 years to Europe, Holstein cows are widely celebrated for their impressive milk production.