Although DFA is a national milk marketing cooperative, it is divided into seven Areas, ensuring grassroots representation of our members.
- Areas are organized into districts, in which members elect representatives to serve on their governing Area Council.
- Area Councils monitor the marketing of milk and local issues.
- Representatives from Area Councils are elected to serve on DFA’s Board of Directors, which is comprised of 55 dairy producers who guide the Cooperative and establish policies and business direction.
DFA Fast Fact
DFA's Gold Standard Dairy Program, which incorporates the FARM program, evaluates animal care and wellness practices on member farms nationwide. Since its creation in 2007, more than 20,000 member-farm evaluations have been conducted.
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