Farm to School

Farm to School

WELCOME BACK TO SCHOOL!

Look for our NEW farm fresh school milks in your lunchroom.
Get Creative! Send us your ideas or drawings for fun side panels and
your masterpiece could be featured on milk cartons in the Spring!
Look for our NEW School Milk Cartons
Our Creations
Ask a parent for help to fill out the form and attach your artwork file. We can't wait to see your amazing ideas and drawings!

Age Group:
6 - 1213 - 18

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Games
Farm to School Maze

Farm to School Maze

Become a Lunch Box Chef with Prairie Farms' Farm to School Kitchen
Yummm... Recipes for breakfast, snacks or anytime.
Be kitchen safe. Always cook with a grown-up.
Frozen Greek Yogurt Bark

Frozen Greek Yogurt Bark

Owl Pancakes

Owl Pancakes

Frozen banana with yogurt and almonds

Frozen banana with yogurt and almonds

Blueberry Banana Oat Smoothie

Blueberry Banana Oat Smoothie

Mini Lasagna Cups

Mini Lasagna Cups

Yogurt Dip

Yogurt Dip

Strawberries and Cream Smoothie

Strawberries and Cream Smoothie

Football Sandwich Bites

Football Sandwich Bites

Farm to School

Coloring Page

Make Cookie Ears

Make Cookie Ears

Paige
Jokes
What do cows like to listen to?
Moosic
What do you call it when milk spills?
A cow-tastrophy
Where do cows go to lunch?
The calf-eteria
What do you get when you cross a smurf and a cow?
Blue cheese
How does a farmer count his herd?
With a cow-culator
Why do cows wear bells?
Because their horns don't work
Where do cows like to ride on trains?
In the cow-boose
Fun Facts
Q. Are all cows the same?
A. There are actually 6 different types of cows. The black and white ones- Holsteins are the most common on our dairy farms.
Q. How long does it take for milk to get to my house?
A. About TWO days! Our farmers get up before the sun, milk the cows and send trucks filled with milk to the dairy plants the same day. It's processed, packaged and delivered to stores, usually the very next day. Whew!
Q. Why do cows moo?
A. Just like you and me, they "talk" to express how they're feeling. A smart farmer or veterinarian can often tell what the cow is needing by the sound of their moo. Cool!
Cookie
Cookie the Cow Craft

Cookie the Cow Craft