Frequently Asked Questions

A: When you take a sip from the delicious milk from Price’s Dairy, you can always expect a fresh, clean taste. That’s because we never use any artificial growth hormones, consistently test our products for quality, and always cold ship our products directly from your trusted dairy.
A: You bet! In addition to farm-fresh milk and ice cream, we offer a delicious line of frozen treats, and drinks ranging from tea to fruit punch and orange juice.
A: It’s best to keep the temperature in your refrigerator between 33° to 38° Fahrenheit to keep your milk fresh. When the temperature of milk increases above 38° the product life begins to decrease. We recommend keeping a thermometer in your fridge, so you know you’re maintaining the best temperature for your dairy products.
A: Our best selling ice cream flavor is Price’s Butter Pecan.
A: Everyone loves the farm-fresh flavor of Price’s Dairy milk. And to make that fresh flavor last there are a couple of steps you can take. First, minimize the time your Price’s milk is unrefrigerated – your milk should be the last thing you put in your grocery cart and the first thing you put in your fridge when you get home. Second, place your Price’s milk jug as close to the rear of your refrigerator as possible to keep it at the coldest temperature.
A: While cows were first domesticated about 5,000 years ago, the first dairy cows were not brought to America until the 17th century – arriving in Jamestown, Virginia in 1611.
A: Cows drink about a bathtub full of water and eat around 40 pounds of food a day! Cows spend about 6 hours eating and 8 hours chewing cud (regurgitated, partially digested food) a day – that’s 14 hours!
A: Cows don’t have four stomachs – they have four digestive compartments (rumen, reticulum, omasum, and abomasums).
A: An average cow, milked twice a day, produces about 10 gallons of milk a day – that’s 160 glasses of milk!