A new mural honors working dairy farmers

Paying homage to Florida dairy farmers and their animals, Florida Dairy Farmers (FDF) have teamed up to turn TG Lee Dairy into a greater tribute than farming life through a mural.

Located on an important and visible highway for tens of thousands of commuters every day, the TG Lee plant is a massive building and has been a landmark in the region for decades. TG Lee Dairy is a farmer-owned processing plant owned by Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) in DeLand, Florida.

According to Meg Callahan, CEO of TG Lee Southeast Region, “We’ve been talking about doing something creative in this space for years. The acquisition of the unit by Dairy Farmers of America, with the support of FDF, has allowed us to finally turn our entire building into a marketing tool that helps us tell the story of hardworking farmers who make our dairy products possible. ”

The artist, Chris Jones and his team, managed to get closer to their subjects. To get the best idea and images, the artist was able to visit a local dairy farm and interact with dairy cows. From there, they began drawing and painting one of the most unique murals in Florida.

With an area of ​​over 5,500 square meters, the iconic mural is the largest in Central Florida. “It’s truly a tribute to all Florida dairy farmers and a reminder to Florida residents that the real foundation of Florida is in agriculture,” said Avery LeFils, senior community relations manager for Florida Dairy Farmers. “We fully believe that this will invoke a sense of pride in the community and build consumer appreciation for the origin of our food.”

TG Lee Dairy has been providing families with fresh, nutritious dairy products since 1925. Florida Dairy Farmers are Florida’s dairy farms that produce more than 300 million gallons of milk each year. Find out more about them website.

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