In the wake of the novel coronavirus, with schools and many community activities halting normal operations, the Brown County American Dairy Association has found an alternative way to promote dairy. The group is hosting Virtual Dairy Days, on now through May 15. The purpose of the event was not only to create a fun avenue for activities at care centers but also to move dairy products. Brown County American Dairy Associations Angela Tauer said, “While we’re in a time where everything is a disaster, we wanted to do something fun.” Tauer and her family dairy farm in Brown County near Hanska. The event is targeted towards home daycares, daycare centers, assisted living facilities and nursing homes. Participants are encouraged to host an ice cream social, provide smoothie treats during a meal or find another way to incorporate dairy throughout the day. Tauer is asking participants to provide photos of the event. Throughout the duration of the event, the county dairy princesses will manage the organization’s social media accounts, and provide the public with facts and additional fun activities related to dairy. The purpose of the event was not only to create a fun avenue for activities at care centers but also to move dairy products.