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The Maryland/Delaware Ayrshire Association is gearing up to host the National Ayrshire Convention June 28–July 2 in Hagerstown, Maryland, at the Clarion Antietam. Several tours are planned to the Washington D.C. and Baltimore areas, to include the Inner Harbor and Antietam Battlefield.

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Applications are being accepted for 20 college scholarships that are awarded by America’s dairy producers, through the National Dairy Promotion and Research Board (NDB). NDB funds, in part, Dairy Management Inc., which manages the national dairy checkoff program.

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The Professional Dairy Producers Foundation is awarding grants to two organizations for educational programming for dairy producers and their communities.

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Horizon announced it now works with nearly 600 certified organic family farmers nationwide to supply organic milk to consumers.

In addition to the 531 certified organic family farmers currently providing organic milk to Horizon, there are 61 additional farms under contract with the company that will begin supplying milk during the next several months after all transition steps have been met.

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The Southwestern Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association (SWCMA) is announcing their ninth annual Young Dairy Producer Educational Scholarship, an individual scholarship to allow a young dairy producer to pursue dairy (milk) production educational opportunities. This year's scholarship amount will be in the amount of $2,000 to further encourage young dairy producers to continue in the dairy industry and help maintain the supply of milk to area cheese plants. All students whose Wisconsin-based dairy farm markets their milk to any SWCMA member plant is eligible to apply. Family members or farm employee family members are both eligible to apply for this scholarship.

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