I am not a milk drinker, never have and most likely never will. I love it in my mac and cheese and mashed potatoes but if I am going to have a glass of something cold in the morning or with dinner it’s most likely going to be Diet Coke. My family are milk devotees, when I was in high school at any point during the week there could be 2 to 3 gallons of milk in the refrigerator and the label on that milk always said Monument Farms. What I am is proud of my associations and proud of real made in Vermont products and Monument Farms hits both of those pride buttons for me.
Monument Farms is celebrating their 85th anniversary this weekend with a big party down in Weybridge Vermont.
85 years is an amazing amount of time to be in business and not just doing business, doing good or great business. People are devoted to the milk these people produce, and I am not just talking about the Steadman’s of Monkton Vermont, but countless other people all over Vermont but across the country. If you Google Monument Farms and you come across their review page only one is bad and the guy sounds like a moron who is just being mean for the sake of being mean and gets OWNED by the farm when they break down his complaints with TRUTH. If you go to their Facebook page, like I did a couple weeks ago, you see a “complaint” but it’s about the new jugs they put the milk in. The bottom line is that you would be hard pressed to find an actual, verifiable, complaint about Monument Farms milk.
One of the reasons I am so proud of the relationship between Creative Labels of Vermont and Monument Farms is the fact that Monument Farms is such a Vermont institution; it’s a true Vermont company, locally owned and operated by Vermonters. I feel that there can be such a rush out of working with or for a company that takes pride in producing a sought after product, I know I puff my chest out a little bit when someone tells me a label we’ve produced looks great or they’re happy with the performance, its an awesome feeling and I am sure its one that Monument Farms has felt and heard for all of their 85 years.
So, if you are in Addison County this weekend and are thinking about taking a tour of Weybridge make sure you stop by the Monument Farms Dairy and take in the sights and sounds of a true Vermont Dairy and celebrate 85 years of producing a product that not only they can and should be proud of, but one Vermont is proud of and that we here at Creative Labels of Vermont is proud to be associated with.
Or if you can’t make it to Addison County please stop on by their Facebook page at: https://www.facebook.com/MonumentFarmsDairy/info?tab=overview.
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