|Text on Button||GOLDEN G RANCHERS CLUB|
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The Golden G Ranchers Club, founded in the 1950s and supported by the Golden Guernsey co-op, educated kids in metropolitan areas about farm animals and how they support daily life. The club provided children the opportunity to see real cows and other farm animals and taught them how milk is produced, processed, and delivered to their homes. Children under twelve could join this program by submitting a Golden Guernsey milk cap and were granted access to farm and plant tours, a playground, and a corral to learn about the farm and receive a bottle of chocolate milk for their birthday.
Hayes, G. B. (1955, February). Rancher's club boosts co-op milk sales. News for Farmer Cooperatives, 6, 10. Retrieved June 27, 2020, from https://books.google.com/books?id=z1OiiPPG-LMC&pg=RA10-PA6&lpg=RA10-PA6…