WHAT: Sparks, Nev. — The Nevada Dairymen & Dairy Council of Nevada (NND) announced today the celebration of World Milk Day at Perazzo Brothers Dairy. Guests will have the opportunity to meet the cows, tour the farm and learn more about where local dairy comes from.
Moolissa, the life size plastic cow, will be there with the Nevada Department of Agriculture, and kids will have the opportunity to milk her. Cowabunga, the Dairymen mascot, will also be there to meet the kids and take photos.
WHO: The staff at Perazzo Brothers Dairy, including the Perazzo family, will give tours and provide guests with more information about the farm, the cows and the dairy process.
Libby Lovig, LDN, LN of the Nevada Dairymen will be available from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. for media interviews.
WHERE: Saturday, June 1 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Perazzo Brothers Dairy
6555 Stillwater Rd
Fallon, NV 89406
WHY: World Milk Day began in 2001 as a way to celebrate the dairy industry’s contributions to communities across the United States. In the 2012 agricultural census, cows’ milk was valued at more than $125 million, and in 2018, Nevada’s dairy cows produced 734 million pounds of milk. Dairy farmers have been a longstanding part of many Nevada communities, with some dairy farms dating back more than 50 years. Dairy is local, impactful to our economy, delicious and nutritious!
About Nevada Dairymen
The Nevada Dairymen represent the hard work and dedication of Nevada’s dairy farm families. The organization endeavors to provide its dairy-farmer investors with a return on their investment and enhance the financial stability of Nevada’s dairy industry while driving demand for locally-produced dairy products through coordinated marketing, dairy image and nutrition programs.
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