|Title||Jug, Milk, Legacy Dairy|
|Object Name||Jug, Milk|
|Description||A glass milk jug from Legacy Dairy & Creamery. The bottle has a plastic handle around the mouth. On one side is the Legacy Dairy & Creamery logo, with Legacy written down the proper right side, written through the e in Legacy is get. At the bottom is milk, underlined. At the very bottom is 'No added growth hormones.' On the other side is the Legacy Dairy & Creamery logo on the proper left, with Recycle! down the proper left side. Under this is text about recycling.|
|Material||glass, ink, plastic|
|Place of Origin||USA: Nebraska (Lancaster), Hallam|
Legacy Dairy was located in Hallam, Nebraska. The dairy processed raw milk from local farms, pasteurized it, and placed it in returnable glass bottles. The milk was available in grocery stores in local grocery stores. The dairy only used milk from cows that were not receiving growth hormones. In addition to white milk, the dairy featured chocolate, strawberry, cotton candy, and rootbeer flavored milks.
The dairy, which opened in 2006, closed in the Fall of 2008 for several reasons, including milk supply problems.
|Credit line||David R. Murphy, Lincoln, Nebraska|
|Collection||Murphy, David R.|