The 12-year-old from Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh, whipped up a storm in the kitchen for the Dairy Council competition.
What does DC stand for?
DC stands for Dairy Council
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of Employees Agribusiness Clients: American Veterinary Medical Association (2009) Dairy One (2002); Fort Dodge Animal Health (1987); LELY (2006); Nutramax (2008): Veterinary News Network (2007); VPI Pet Insurance Producer-Funded Clients: American Dairy Association (1980); Mid-Atlantic Dairy Council (2007); National Dairy Council (2007); New York Center for Dairy Excellence (2008); New York Farm Viability Institute (2008) Professional Products Clients: Fort Dodge Animal Health (1987); VPI Pet Insurance (2009)
The Dairy Council is to move into the offices of Dairy UK in an attempt to streamline the way industry organisations operate.
Byline: CRAIG McQUEEN THE need to keep your bones strong and healthy has been highlighted by the Dairy Council as part of National Osteoporosis Month.
The Dairy Council said there was no need to avoid eating dairy products in the wake of the outbreak.
The Dairy Council is proud to announce the launch of its dynamic new website.
CHILDREN at All Saints' Primary School in Coventry have persuaded their parents to extend the morning milk scheme after a promotional visit from the Dairy Council last month.
The Dairy Council has been falling over itself to promote The Calcium Kid, which stars A-list celebrity Orlando Bloom as a milkman-turned-boxer who has bones like steel thanks to his lifelong milk drinking habit.