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Monday, April 9, 2012

Dean's Dairy by April 8th

From now until Mother’s Day, Dean's Dairy will be giving away one $100 grocery gift card each week. To enter, simply visit the Dean's Dairy Facebook page, click "Like" and then fill out all the required fields in the entry form.

Enter the Dean Dairy Grocery Card Sweepstakes and post a comment sharing that you’ve done so!

I know that I always try to buy our dairy products locally but sometimes products such as milk & eggs can't be bought locally! I do go to our local butcher for our meat because I know that certain additives will not be added. I also know hormones & other harmful drugs will not be given to our animals for slaughter in our area. But when I find a company such as Dean's Dairy I will be sure to became a consumer of their products!

Below I have included some facts about their products that will make you feel good about buying their products!

We know that providing nutritious options for you and your family is important. That’s why you should know that at Dean Dairy, we put our milk through a five-point purity checklist. So you know you're giving your family milk that Starts Pure and Stays Pure.
"Dean Dairy's Five Point Purity Checklist:
  • OUR FARMERS PLEDGE NOT TO USE ARTIFICIAL GROWTH HORMONES.*
  • MILK FROM COWS FED A NUTRITIOUS DIET.
  • WE REJECT ANY MILK THAT CONTAINS COMMONLY USED ANTIBIOTICS.
  • TESTED FOR QUALITY AT EVERY KEY STEP.
  • COLD SHIPPED FROM DAIRY TO STORE WITHIN HOURS.
*No significant difference has been shown in milk from cows treated with the artificial growth hormone rbST and non rbST treated cows."

The growth hormones are always in the back of my mind when I am buying products from stores. You have to remember what the animal ate is what you are also eating. So it's important that the animals who go for slaughter are fed well not just being "fattened" up for slaughter. But of course this is just my opinion. My grandfather had a farm while I was growing up so I know a little.


I received free samples to properly conduct this review & the opinions of this product are solely mine. Opinions may vary to my own. I did not receive any monetary value to conduct this review.

1 comments:

rj7777 said...

This sounds like a great dairy product brand. I live in Oregon and have never heard of it before. Thanks for the information. I will enter the giveaway if it is still going on. Rita Spratlen rjspratlen@gmail.com