Domino’s Celebrates June Dairy Month on the FarmPrint
Domino’s Pizza and Dairy Farmers of Utah are teaming up to offer “Day on the Farm” at Canyon View Farm in Midway on Saturday, June 7 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Families are invited to visit Canyon View Farm, which is the home of Heber Valley Artisan Cheese, located at 970 N. River Road, and enjoy free pizza and ice cream, tour the farm, and meet local dairy farmers in celebration of National Dairy Month. Kids and adults are also welcome to enjoy a petting zoo, bouncy house, craft booth, face painting, and games.
“Domino’s Pizza is thrilled to continue its partnership with Dairy Farmers of Utah and Canyon View Farm,” said Chris Rasmussen, Heber City Domino’s Pizza franchise owner. “‘Day on the Farm’ is a fun and interactive way to connect with the community and showcase the dairy farm’s dedication towards producing quality products.”
This is the second year Domino’s, Dairy Farmers of Utah and Canyon View Farm have joined forces to offer “Day on the Farm.” The event is free and open to the public. “Day on the Farm” is part of a series of regional “Delivering Dairy Goodness” events that Domino’s and local dairy farms across the U.S. partner on to celebrate the hard work and passion that farmers deliver, from the dairy goodness of their farms to families’ tables.
“As a Utah dairy farmer, I greatly appreciate the opportunity to host such a wonderful family event again,” said Grant Kohler, owner of Canyon View Farm and Heber Valley Artisan Cheese. “Dairy farming not only involves caring for the land, taking care of animals and producing high-quality milk; it also involves you. Canyon View Farm has been in our family for four generations and without our dairy consumers, we wouldn’t be here.”
Those who are interested in learning more about “Day on the Farm” can visit www.utahdairycouncil.com/dayonthefarm.