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National Dairy Council (NDC), along with its state and regional checkoff counterparts, hosted a series of dinners that brought together a very diverse and important group of people from across the food system.

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2021

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Here’s hoping 2021 will bring back county and state fairs and youth dairy exhibitions. During these winter months, here is an activity to get dairy youth thinking about their projects.

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We begin 2021 much the same way we finished 2020 – full of hope and embracing the extraordinary opportunity in front of us.

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We began 2020 with a clear plan to talk about dairy’s role in nourishing families here and around the world, and how dairy farmers and the broader industry accomplish this while being true leaders of environmental stewardship.

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1921 was a monumental year for the United States dairy industry. In addition to passing the Packers and Stockyards Act of 1921, Congress also established standards for food weight and measurement in the District of Columbia. According to the law, milk or cream products could only be sold in authorized units, which included the gallon, pint, and half-pint. The sale of ice cream in non-standard sizes was reportedly the largest criminal activity in Washington, D.C. from 1921 to 1963 according to the archives of the United States House of Representatives.

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