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Dairy Council

World Milk Day 2021

The 1st June marks the 21st anniversary of World Milk Day and with this year’s theme of sustainability, we are highlighting how Northern Ireland dairy meets the four dimensions that must be considered in a sustainable diet: the environmental footprint, nutritional value, economy and food culture. 

Three generations of the McCullough family whose herd of 107 happy cows at Holywood, Co Down embody sustainable dairy farming in Northern Ireland. 

Pictured L to R are Alex, Megan, William and Rachel McCullough.

More on sustainable and nutritious dairy