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May 29, 2018 • Page 10 There’s Something For Everyone At Dairy Fest 2018 Sustained Effort Needed To 1:30 PM Families are encouraged to the story of modern agriculture. In BROOKINGS, S.D. - SDSU ExtenReduce Infant Mortality attend. 1999, Mike and Sue moved to Northsion, area dairy producers and dairy industry personnel invite the public to enjoy free family events during Dairy Fest 2018 held in Brookings June 2, 2018 at the Swiftel Center (824 32nd Ave). The event is free and open to the public. It is designed for all ages to learn about dairy. "This event is truly unique as it brings together multiple facets of the industry to celebrate the nutrientrich benefits of dairy products and the many people - from farmers to processors to chefs - who play a role in delivering dairy to consumers," said Darrel Rennich Dairy Fest Chairmen and Diamond V Sales Representative. Below are additional details about Dairy Fest 2018 and some of the preevents and activities: Picowsa's of the Central Plains Contest View artwork created by area 4-H, FFA members and elementary and high school students as part of Picowsa's of the Central Plains contest. The artwork will be displayed and some will be offered as part of the silent auction during the Got Milk Gala held May 31, 2018. Funds raised will go to support the Dairy Fest Scholarships offered to SDSU Dairy Students. They will also be displayed throughout the Dairy Fest Carnival on Saturday, June 2, 2018. Got Milk Gala The "Got Milk Gala" is the premier event; where dairy will be part of the five course meal, featuring locally produced cheese. The event will be held May 31, 2018 at the Swiftel Center beginning at 6:30 PM with social hour, followed by dinner at 7:30 PM tickets are secured by invitation from a supporting table sponsor. Perfectly paired wine will complement the dairy flavor. While enjoying the meal, community and state leaders, area business owners, industry leaders and dairy producers will be sharing the importance of dairy to the surrounding area. This year's keynote speaker is Sue McCloskey. Sue was an art and art history student before being swept up in the world of dairy cows upon meeting her husband, Mike. They ran a successful dairy veterinary consulting practice in Southern California along with a 300 cow dairy and then 1000 cow dairy. In 1990 they sold the vet practice and became full time dairy farmers by moving to New Mexico and building a 5000 cow dairy farm. While in New Mexico, they created Select Milk Producers, now the nation's sixth largest dairy cooperative, and began thinking about how to make milk more relevant to consumers and how to tell Cooking with Dairy Demonstrations west Indiana to build one of the largest Hy-Vee dietician, Kayla Aman, will dairy farms in the country, Prairie's demonstrate how to create a healthy, Edge Dairy Farm, which currently dairy-filled snacks at the Dairy Fest milks 15,000 cows along with a 1,000 Carnival. cow organic dairy. The most current Recipe cards will be available for addition to the farm will be an 800 cow you to recreate the meal at home. The robotic dairy which should become operational by early 2018. At the same cooking demonstration will take place on Saturday, June 2, 2018 at between time they were building farms in Indi10 AM and 1:30 PM at the Swiftel ana they opened Fair Oaks Farms, the Center. country's largest and most recognized SDSU Davis Dairy Plant Tours agritourist attraction. Wondering how the SDSU ice cream Sue and Mike also served as the and cheese are made? Join us for a founders of Fairlife, which is a dairytour of the SDSU Davis Dairy Plant for based health and wellness company a behind-the-scenes tour of how dairy owned by both Select Milk Producproducts are made. ers and The Coca Cola Company. Tours will run from 10 AM till 11AM Fairlife milk, which is a high protein, Buses will run every 20 minutes low sugar, lactose free milk aimed from the Swiftel Center to bring parat families, has been instrumental in ticipants to the dairy plant. refocusing the public's perception of Tour and Lunch Old Tree Dairy milk from being a generic product to Farm one that brings value and nutrition to Join us for a free lunch and free American families. Sue has been the tour of Old Tree Farms in Volga. These Creative Director for Fair Oaks Farms tours will take place from 11 AM until as well as serving as a spokesperson 1:30 PM. for Fairlife. This is a great opportunity to see Fork to Farm: Dairy Educational the workings of a modern family dairy Event farm. Youth at the Brookings Boys N Free grilled cheese sandwiches Girls Club and Teen Center will be and SDSU ice cream will be served. participating in the the Fork to Farm Free transportation to the farm will Dairy Educational Event June 1, 2018. Participants will learn how dairy cows be provided with buses leaving every half hour beginning at 11 AM from the produce milk and how milk is turned Swiftel Center to the farm. Handicap into dairy products. Youth will also accessible bussing is also available. have the opportunity to make butter For more information about Dairy along with learning about different Fest, please contact Larissa Neucareers in the dairy industry. gebauer, Dairy Fest Coordinator at Leadership training with Sue Mc605.770.8233 or by email. Closkey Schedule of Events June 1, 2018 the Dairy Fest commitThursday, May 30, 2018 tee invites all interested to participate Picowsa Painting Contest Judging in a free two-hour leadership training "Got Milk Gala"- Swiftel Center session at the Swiftel Center in Brookinvitation only event ings on June 9 AM. 6:30 PM - Social Hour followed by The training will be led by Sue McCloskey, along with her husband, Mike. dinner at 7:30 PM Friday, June 1, 2018 Read more about the McCloskeys un9:00 - 11:00 AM Leadership Training der the "Got Milk Gala" subtitle above. with Sue McCloskey - Swiftel Center Dairy Fest Carnival, SDSU Davis open to the public. Dairy Plant Tour and Dairy Farm Tour 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM Session 1: Fork The farm comes to you at the to Farm: Dairy Educational Sessions at Dairy Fest Carnival on Saturday, June Brookings Boys N Girls Teen Center 2, 2018. Stop by the Swiftel Center in 1 - 2 PM Session 2: Fork to Farm: Brookings for several hands-on family Dairy Educational Sessions at Brookfriendly activities. Some of the activiings Boys N Girls Teen Center ties will include a live animal petting Saturday, June 2, 2018 zoo of cows/calves, combine & skid 10 AM - 11 AM SDSU Davis Dairy steer bouncy house, Spin the Wheel of Plant Tours Buses will run every 20 Dairy Fortune, corn and soybean box, minutes from Swiftel Center straw bale maze, 5 gallon pail stack, 10 AM - 1:30 PM Cooking with Dairy cow patty golf, dairy product tasting, Demonstrations and a cheese plant relay race are just 10 AM - 1:30 PM Dairy Fest Carnival, some of the activities that will be at at Swiftel Center, SDSU ice cream, Cow this year's event. Party Golf, bouncy house, corn and Meet the 2018 South Dakota Dairy soybean boxes, petting zoo, Spin the Princess and get your picture taken Wheel of Dairy Fortune, straw bale with our new maze and more. royalty. 11 AM - 1:30 PM Dairy Farm Tour Free SDSU Ice and Lunch - Old Tree Dairy Farm, cream will bea Summer AC Tune-Up! Save $30 onit's Volga, SD. served until Buses will run every half hour from gone for carnival the Swiftel Center to the farm. participants. The carnival will and Just give us a call be we’ll held on Saturday send out a qualified from 10 AM to PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota’s infant mortality rate increased in 2017, according to new data released today by the Department of Health. There were 12,128 births in 2017 and 94 infant deaths for a rate of 7.8 deaths per 1,000 live births. The state reported its lowest ever American Indian infant mortality rate of 8.6 deaths per 1,000 live births. The white infant mortality rate was 7 deaths per 1,000 live births. In 2016, South Dakota reported a rate of 4.8 deaths per 1,000 live births. Although the state’s infant mortality rate increased in 2017, the average infant mortality rate for the five-year period from 2013 to 2017 is the lowest ever recorded at 6.5 deaths per 1,000 live births. “Infant mortality is a complex and multi-faceted issue, and the latest data demonstrates that sustained effort is needed to ensure more South Dakota babies celebrate their first birthday,” said First Lady Linda Daugaard, who chaired the 2011 Governor’s Task Force on Infant Mortality. “We must continue to promote safe sleep guidelines for infants, help pregnant women stop smoking and encourage early prenatal care.” South Dakota data shows babies are twice as likely to die before their first birthday if their mothers smoke during pregnancy. In 2017, 12.6 percent of pregnant women smoked while pregnant, down from 19.4 percent in 2007. The data also shows 72.2 percent of pregnant women in South Dakota received prenatal care in the first trimester. “Infant mortality is considered a gold standard for measuring the health of a population,” said Kim Malsam-Rysdon, Secretary of Health. “The Department of Health, in cooperation with partners, is committed to offering statewide services and providing community support to improve the health of all South Dakotans.” The First Lady noted the state’s Cribs for Kids program has distributed 9,759 safe sleep kits to families in need since its launch in 2012. The kits include a Pack ‘N Play crib, sheet, infant sleep sack, pacifier and safe sleep educational materials. Learn more about healthy pregnancies and safe sleep guidelines at ForBabySakeSD.com. Summer Tourism Season In South Dakota Shows Promise PIERRE, S.D. – Thanks in part to a new peak season campaign, “Great Faces, Great Places,” the South Dakota Department of Tourism is expecting the launch of the peak tourist season this month to be another solid one for the state. “Our campaign is performing well,” said James Hagen, Secretary of the South Dakota Department of Tourism. “In Chicago, Denver, Kansas City, Minneapolis and Canada, interest in visiting South Dakota this summer is strong. We’re expecting this to translate into a good season for tourism in South Dakota.” The department monitors several key indicators to determine how the marketing is resonating with consumers. Vacation Guide requests through the department’s website TravelSouthDakota.com are up 78 percent, while the number of new visitors to the site is up 11 percent from Jan. 1 through April. For the same time frame, e-newsletter signups are up 32 percent. 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