• The Canadian Dairy Farm
    Canadian Dairy Farms are independent family-owned and operated businesses. Most have been passed on from generation to generation, in all regions of Canada. The average dairy farm in Canada has a heard of about 65 cows and provides one or two full-time jobs plus seasonal employment.
  • Dairy Farmers of America
    Dairy Farmers of America is all about milk and the 19,514 dairy farm families who produce it. DFA is a cooperative, owned and operated by the dairy farmers to whom it serves.
  • Dairy MAX
    Dairy MAX is a regional non-profit generic milk product promotional organization created, controled and funded by dairy farmers and sanctioned by the U.S. Department of Agriculture under its Dairy Promotion Order. Dairy MAX is supported by members of Dairy Farmers of America, Hygeia and Braum's.
  • Dairy Producers of New Mexico
    Dairy Producers of New Mexico (DPNM) is a grassroots agricultural association for New Mexico and West Texas dairy producers that advocates for dairy producers and acts as the liaison for dairy producers on all levels of government-local, state and national.
  • Lone Star Milk Producers
    Co-op with members in Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico and Tennessee.
  • National Association of Milk Breeders (NAMB)
    Engaged in the artificial insemeination of cattle and other livestock into an affiliated federation operating under self-imposed standards of performance and to conduct and promote the mutual interest and ideals of its members.
  • SouthWest Dairy Farmers
    The Southwest Dairy Farmers is an alliance of dairy farmers from Texas, New Mexico, Arkansas, and Oklahoma. These producers have pooled their resources to provide consumer educaiton in nutrition, to promote dairy product use, and provide dairy product information.