United Dairymen of Arizona News

United Dairymen of Arizona

United Dairymen of Arizona News

Meet Our Family- Ron Cherington

By UDA - November 09, 2020

Get to know one of UDA's longest-tenured employees. We appreciate his commitment to our cooperative. Thank you Ron, for 29 years of service!

No Tricks Here! Cows Eat Pumpkins.

By Roxy Helman - October 31, 2020

Did you know? 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.

Truck Driver Appreciation Week 2020

By Roxy Helman - September 15, 2020

This week, United Dairymen of Arizona, along with the entire trucking industry, celebrates the millions of professional truck drivers who deliver America's food and goods every day.

Meet Our Family- David Mendivil

By UDA - July 10, 2020

Get to know one of UDA's longest-tenured employees. We appreciate his commitment to our cooperative. Thank you David, for 40 years of service!

Lunt's Dairy Tribute

By UDA - May 19, 2020

  Originally posted by Jarom Lunt, on Facebook.   Long post warning.  

How Does Milk Get From the Farm to Your Table?

By Roxy Helman - April 15, 2020

With all the disruptions in our lives lately, people have been asking great questions about the dairy supply chain. When you grab that gallon off the shelf, how much work went into getting it there?

Letter to USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue

By UDA - April 10, 2020

Arizona Dairy Farmers Reach to USDA for Support to Survive COVID-19 Pandemic Arizona’s only dairy cooperative, United Dairymen of Arizona urged USDA to support the Proposed IDFA/NMPF Milk Crisis Plan. The plan sets into motion much-needed assistance for the dairy industry and the thousands of...

Feeding Families, Supporting Farmers

By UDA - April 06, 2020

Holy Cow! We are humbled and overwhelmed by the amazing response from the community these last few days. Thank you to our community members for all the support you've shown our dairy farmers. 

Why Are Dairy Farmers Dumping Milk?

By Roxy Helman - April 04, 2020

The nation is watching as farmers make the heart breaking decision to dump their milk. Just like any other ‘crop’ in agriculture, there are blood, sweat, and tears involved in running a farm. Probably more tears this week.

Celebrating Easter at Home

By UDA - April 01, 2020

Your Easter family traditions may need to evolve a bit this year, but you can still have a hoppin’ time. In fact, you can celebrate the holiday and make it special no matter where you are with the below tips.