Monthly Archives: May, 2012

May Roundup

Welcome to the Monthly Roundup, a new feature on our blog. Every day we come across resources, events, links, blogs, etc. that we think you might also find interesting. Some might be relevant at the local or state level, some might just be interesting bits of information or other websites. So, all month long we’re …

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Your questions answered: Nutritional value of cheese curds

When we get questions from you on the blog, we will do our best to answer them ASAP. Our very first question (!) was about the nutritional value of the cheese curds we produce. So, here’s the scoop: Hansen’s White Cheddar Cheese Curds Serving size: 1 oz Per serving – Calories: 110 Calories from fat: …

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Happy Mother’s Day!

Mother’s Day on the farm isn’t just for people. Some of our cows and wallabies are moms, too! To honor our farm animal moms this weekend, we’re going to tell you a bit about them. Our herd manager, Blake Hansen, answered a few questions about the cows… How long is the gestation period for cows? …

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A little thing called…facebook!

We’ve linked the Hansen’s Dairy blog to our facebook page! Our blog posts should appear on our facebook wall when they are posted. Like us on facebook to get regular updates about our blog posts. We’ll cover recipes, nutrition, farm life, local foods, and topics that you all think are important and interesting. Let us …

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It’s about the milk…

It all started with the milk. We sell many different products in our stores, but the most fundamental product is our milk. What’s so special about our milk? It’s locally produced and processed. When our milk and cream get to your table, they may be only a few hours old. We grow the feed that …

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