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In this page you will find a list of the most common questions and answers related to the Dairy Division. You can also fill out a feedback and/or contact form for further assistance in the help section of the website.

If you plan to become a dairy producer (milking the animals) or a dairy processor (making finished products for consumers), you will need a license from the Dairy Division.  A dairy processor license is for anyone making and wholesaling a dairy product, to include but not limited to fluid milk, cheese, yogurt, sour cream or butter.  The Dairy Division also licenses those individuals making frozen desserts, which could include ice cream, popsicles and frozen ices.

If you plan to become a dairy processor(making finished products for consumers), you will need a license from the Dairy Division.  A dairy processor license is for anyone making and wholesaling a dairy product, to include but not limited to fluid milk, cheese, yogurt, sour cream or butter.  The Dairy Division also licenses those individuals making frozen desserts, which could include ice cream, popsicles and frozen ices.

To find out what steps you should take, visit our New Processors page. 

The processing of dairy products needs to be done in a separate room or structure from your home.  It cannot be done in your kitchen. 

To find out more information, visit our New Processors page. 

If you plan to become a dairy producer (milking the animals), you will need a license from the Dairy Division.  This would include anyone that wants to be licensed for milking cows, goats, sheep or any other animal that is covered by the Pasteurized Milk Ordinance.

To find out what steps you should take, visit our New Producers page.