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Processing milk

Milk bottles on factory processing line, moving along conveyor belt

Bottles Dairy Technology Milk

When do cows make milk

This video explains when cows start to make milk. A cow starts to produce milk once her first calf is born. This usually happens when a cow is around two years old.

Grass Milk Cows Calves Dairy Farms

Activity Ideas - Year 5

These Year 5 activity ideas will encourage students to use art and dance to explore their creativity when learning about the dairy industry. Students will also explore day to day scenarios such setting household grocery budgets and nutritional value labels on food packaging. A range of resources on Discover Dairy support these activities. Use these Year 5 activity ideas aim to spark curiosity and inspire students to generate their own questions to investigate. (Size: 107Kb)

Healthy Community Geometry Dairy Industry Activity

A table of dairy products

A spread of dairy products including milk, yoghurt, icecream, cheese, butter and cream

Dairy Milk Cream Yoghurt Butter Farms Nutrients

Technology of dairy farms

Discover the latest computer technology and processes used on dairy farms for milking and managing the cows.

Australian Farmers Technology Milk Dairy

History of dairy farming

This video explains how dairy farming started in Australia, with dairy cows arriving on the First Fleet in 1788. For over 200 years, Australia’s dairy farmers have been producing high quality dairy foods we enjoy every day, such as milk, cheese and yoghurt.

Australian Dairy Cows History Farms Farmers Milk

Inquiry Unit - Year 3 to Year 4

This Year 3 to Year 4 'Technology - From Farm to Plate' resource investigates where dairy cows are raised and where milk is produced, plus the technologies involved in milk production that support the pasteurisation and homogenisation processes. The unit follows an inquiry based approach and aims to help teachers and students investigate and understand more about the Australian dairy industry. (Size: 190Kb)

Worksheet: Nutrient Rich Food Profile - Years 3 to 6

This Year 3 to 6 worksheet will introduce students to the benefits of a healthy balance diet, by identifying the vitamins and minerals contained in the food they are consuming, as well as highlighting some of the advantages of consuming these food groups.

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