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Drink More Milk! This sticker was made for Hoards Dairyman at Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin.

Here's some history I found on the web:
The Hoard's Dairyman Farm was purchased in 1899 by W. D. Hoard, a former governor of Wisconsin and publisher of Hoard's Dairyman magazine. Hoard's primary motivation in operating the farm was to prove that alfalfa could be grown in northern climates. He demonstrated practical methods of growing, harvesting, and preserving the crop. He further showed that it could be used as a high quality feed for dairy cattle. Today, alfalfa is a staple in dairy cattle rations nationwide. The magazine editors are actively involved in managing the farm; authors of regular columns in the magazine and provide input toward management in their specialties of cattle breeding; feeding; housing and health.
The farm maintains the oldest continuously registered herd of Guernsey cattle in the country. For over a century, the herd was housed in the same barn that was purchased by Hoard in 1899. It was enlarged several times to a final capacity of eighty cows. In the summer of 2007, the herd was moved to a new, state of the art free-stall facility and expanded to 270 milking cows.
In welcoming several thousand visitors each year, the farm also presents itself as a model of a working, commercial operation.
Much of the history and natural history of Fort Atkinson and the surrounding area is presented at the Hoard Historical Museum and National Dairy Shrine's Visitor Center. The historical museum has a special Civil War library and exhibit, as well. The museum is named after the Hoard family, who founded the nationally distributed dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman. The Dairy Shrine portion of the complex portrays the history and significance of the dairy industry.

This is a NEW vintage bumper sticker.
You are buying a perfect item. It has been in storage in a box since the 70's.
No issues of any kind. No bends, folds, tears or fade.
Measures approximately 6.25” L X 2” H. It is bright school bus yellow with black text on a fasson backing made in Painesville, O.


As with all of my stickers this will be shipped USPS in a bend-proof envelope.

Thanks for looking and please take a look at the other vintage collectibles for sale in my shop and stop by again, as I will be posting more as I discover them.

drink more milk vintage bumper sticker hoards dairy farm yellow and black guernsey cow cattle



  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: paper, adhesive backing
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