Endangered Plant Flourishes at Washington Farm
An Organic Valley farm in Washington is home to an endangered wildflower and numerous rare plants. The farmers are adamant about protecting the flora and fauna, and now the farm boasts the largest concentration of Kincaid’s lupine in the state!
Washington to Wisconsin: A Farm Family’s Journey
When Organic Valley farmers in Washington started looking at options for the future of their farm, they came across a social media post. That post started their 2,000-mile journey east. Now they are enjoying their new farm in Wisconsin.
Cooperatives: Working Toward a Common Goal
Being in a cooperative creates a sense of unity and provides a space for those with a shared vision to support each other. At Organic Valley, farmers make decisions that are good for animals, each other, the earth and those purchasing our products.
Check Out Our Carbon Hoofprint!
We got great news from a study about greenhouse gas emissions on Organic Valley dairy farms. Small organic dairy farms, which focus on grazing and organic production techniques, are low greenhouse gas champions!
How Do Cows Stay Clean?
Cows, like all animals, are going to get dirty. They are outside roaming and lazing around much of the day. Organic Valley farmers do what they can to keep the cows clean and comfy. Enjoy this piece about Cow Cleaning 101.
Yes! 50 More Farms Join Organic Valley
Many farmers faced an uncertain future after companies in the Northeast decided they wouldn’t be renewing their contracts, leaving them with no one to pick up their organic milk. That has since changed as Organic Valley welcomes 50 farms to the co-op!