I’ve Got Moos For You. Vol 45.

Summary of January 2019 stories 

Also, a 2019 summary already… “holy shit?!” is right.

It’s no secret Mike Rowe is a supporter of dairy farmers. Fun story about “Blanca” who was a “super model” with “notable assets” … I don’t wanna give it away, but this story is UDDERLY unique. If you don’t have Spotify, search for the episode where you listen to podcasts, Episode 121 of “The way I heard it” by Mike Rowe. Love this style of story telling… keeps you guessing until his end reveal of who/what the story is about!


“Eating healthy is so expensive.” I’ve Got Moos For You … it doesn’t have to be. 

“Dairy milk can help save you moolah! The average American household spends about 10 percent of their budget on food — nearly $80 a week for groceries, according to Milk Life. If consumers purchased milk each week, they would spend an estimated $628 annually. This is much lower compared to the $1,222 that would be spent on purchasing almond milk. In comparison, Dairy milk would save consumers nearly $600 each year!”


If Lil’ Bill can be born 7.9 pounds and make it, you can stick to your 2019 resolutions. I’m serious.


Byrne Dairy has big plans… $125 million kind of plans.

“New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo recently announced the groundbreaking of a $24 million expansion at Byrne Dairy’s Ultra Dairy plant — the first phase of the company’s $125 million plan to expand and create nearly 250 jobs in Onondaga County, N.Y.” Read more here.


8 oz of dairy milk or 38 oz of kale….. whatcha gunna choose?


Ever heard of the “Milkshake Guy”? Or do you live under a rock? (Or maybe you’re not in Pennsylvania, which would be fair.)

Learn about the man behind the most delicious milkshakes ever here.


Confused by food labels? Me too. Doesn’t sound like we’re alone! A lot of consumers are like, “wait, what?” When in the grocery store, look for real dairy products… the nutrient content of milk wannabes isn’t even close to the real thing.


She said it best… “The truth is if every American adopted a plant-based diet we would only reduce our carbon footprint by about 2%. But what people forget to mention is that with a plant-based diet we would have to increase the production of synthetic fertilizers.” New Mexico Milkmaid.


Chobani and their 2,000 employees have made yogurt and #dairy foods cool again over the last decade. Read how Hamdi Ulukaya turned it into a $1.5 billion dollar company.


Being kind is cool. Raising over $10k for food banks is no problem for this Dairy Princess trio!


I know what song I won’t be able to get out of my head now…. Watch the #TalkToMe music video here!