About The Lowville Producers Dairy Cooperative

Lowville Producers Dairy Cooperative located on Utica Boulevard (Route 12) next to the giant cow and across from the Kinney Drugs and McDonald’s, began in 1936 and has been in business for over 75 years.

We have about 165 member/owner farms who will produce in excess of 310 million pounds of milk in 2012; the equivalent of 36,046,511 million gallons of milk. Lowville Producers is the largest Dairy Cooperative in the county with over 65% of the milk produced in Lewis County handled through us. Lowville Producers is 40th in size among hundreds of dairy cooperatives in the United States as ranked by Hoards Dairyman; a nationaly recognized industry magazine.

In 2012, Lowville Producer member farms will pumped over $57 million dollars into the local economy in direct milk sales. Six milk trucks pick up at the farms with each truck hauling 3 loads each day. Milk hauling is done by a very dedicated group of drivers. Rain, snow, firigid temeratures, sleet, or hail; the milk gets picked up and delivered.

Co-op policy and guidance is determined by a nine member Board of Directors.

Normal Store Hours
Monday-Saturday 8:00am-5:00pm

If you’re in the area we welcome you to stop by and introduce yourself to Lady LeWinDa – New York’s Largest Cow, and find out for yourself why we are the best kept secret in Lewis County. If you are thinking about relocating your dairy operation we would love to meet you and talk with you about our programs and services.