United Dairymen of Arizona News

United Dairymen of Arizona

United Dairymen of Arizona News

Five Reasons To Attend the Milk n More Grand Opening

By Roxy Helman - August 22, 2018

Our little community convenience store, Milk n More, is holding its Grand Opening celebration this Saturday (August 25, 2018). The Milk n More Store is more than your average store. You can find local milk and dairy products made at the co-op or with milk from our member dairies.

United Dairymen of Arizona Endorse Sine Kerr for Senate

By Roxy Helman - August 16, 2018

  For Immediate Release 8/16/18

What do cows eat?

By Roxy Helman - July 19, 2018

Did you know that cows are natural recyclers and can eat food that would typically end up as waste? Dairy cows thrive on parts of plants that humans can’t eat, even if we wanted to.

Meet our Family- Pat Scott

By Roxy Helman - July 09, 2018

Pat is celebrating her 40 year anniversary with UDA on July 19! In the summer of 1978, UDA was just 18 years old and the lab only had 3 employees. Tell us a little about yourself- I have lived in Phoenix, AZ since I was 4 years old. I graduated from Arizona State University with a degree in...

Five Cheese Fun Facts!

By Roxy Helman - June 22, 2018

Throw it on a burger, toss it in a taco, melt it into fondue there is really no wrong way to eat cheese!

What is Lactose?

By Roxy Helman - June 22, 2018

In short, lactose is milk sugar. Plain and simple. Just like fructose is fruit sugar.

Cows in the... Bullpen?!

By Roxy Helman - June 22, 2018

UDA Member Dairy, Arizona Dairy Co., teamed up with Shamrock Farms for their 2018 Cow Milk Off with the Diamondbacks.

Composting with Cow Manure.

By Roxy Helman - June 22, 2018

When life (or 9,000 cows) gives you manure... add some straw and make compost!

Arizona Cows Beat the Heat During the Summer

By Roxy Helman - June 22, 2018

Arizona's dry climate is great for cows. Low humidity and comfortable temperatures are the perfect recipe for high-quality milk. As temperatures climb during the summer months it can cause stress on the cows; which is where cooling technology comes in to keep the cows comfortable.