April 2008  

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What's New At Moo Roo
New Products


The butter making process began in September of 2007. Today, we are still modifying the process, but have received a lot of positive comments. Sales are going great. We are striving for high fat, low moisture, and low milk solids. There is no color added and no growth hormones are used on the

-Chocolate ice cream in quarts

-Vanilla (No Sugar Added) in pints

We Need Your Comments
Method Of Payment

We've been getting requests to accept credit and/or debit cards. If we accepted these forms of payment, we would need to raise our prices by 3%.

Share your opinions by emailing info@hansendairy.com or clicking on the link at the bottom of the newsletter.

Under these conditions would you:

A) Accept debit/credit card with a 3% increase in prices.

B) Prefer to leave prices the same and we would only accept cash and/or check.

Recipe for Best Sugar Cookies

Ingredients: 2 cups sugar, 1 teaspoon baking soda, 1 lb. Hansen's Butter, 2 tablespoon vanilla, 3 eggs, and 6 cups flour

Cream sugar and butter until light and fluffy. Add eggs, one at a time. Then add baking soda, vanilla and 5 cups of flour. Use 1 cup of flour to roll and cut out cookies. Bake at 375 degrees for 12 minutes.

Cow of the Month

April's Cow of the Month is Brite. She milked 120 pounds on test day, the most out of any cow in the 150-cow herd. She is 7 years old, and she has had five calves: two heifers and three bulls. Brite is a trouble-free cow and she always wants to be the first into the milking parlor. She has great mobility for her age and minds her own business. As you can see from her picture, she has outlived her name tags - now that's a real sign of longevity! When Brite was 4 years old, she milked for 365 days and produced 32,725 pounds - that's 3,805 gallons.

April Special
$.25 off Root Beer Floats

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Tips of the Month

Fresh Cream Cheese

Take our plain Sugar River yogurt, place it in a filter to drain overnight, while refrigerated. The next day you will have the best cream cheese. ~A tip from a valued customer, Mary Gotera~

Poduct Freshness

As a general rule, freezing of dairy products is not recommended. This topic will be discussed further this fall. Now that spring is finally around the corner, along with warm weather, remember to keep your dairy products cool during transport and keep in refrigeration as much as possible.

Our goal in creating this newsletter is to keep customers informed of new products, specials, helpful hints, interesting facts, and recipes using our products. If you have any comments, suggestion, ideas, recipes, or general input, email us at info@hansendairy.com

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