Dairy Discover Zone set for National Western

Interactive exhibit illustrates how dairy products go from farm to table

Staff report
Posted 1/6/23

The updated Dairy Discovery Zone is coming to the National Western Stock Show from Jan. 7-22.

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Dairy Discover Zone set for National Western

Interactive exhibit illustrates how dairy products go from farm to table

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The updated Dairy Discovery Zone — an interactive exhibit illustrating where dairy products come from, their health benefits and dairy farmers' efforts to protect people, animals and the planet — is coming to the National Western Stock Show from Jan. 7-22.
 
A fully restored 1965 milk truck will provide the nostalgia portion of the exhibit, while up-to-date technology will offer touchscreens and games to educate and entertain.
 
Visitors can walk through the self-guided exhibit to take in the farm-to-table journey of dairy products.
 
The exhibit is on the west side of Stadium Hall at the National Western complex, 4655 Humboldt St. in Denver.
 
For more information, see DairyDiscoveryZone.com.
National Western Stock Show, Dairy Discovery Zone, dairy farming, farm to table, agriculture

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