When Dairy Palace’s “Decatur Dairy” Is Coming to Iowa

The Iowa dairy industry is planning to move forward with plans to build a new $2.2 billion dairy facility in Decatur, Iowa, as the Iowa Board of Agriculture approved a memorandum of understanding on Friday that would allow the company to move ahead with construction of a new dairy facility.

The deal was signed in November but was postponed for months because of uncertainty over a contract dispute between Dairy Palace and the Iowa State Department of Natural Resources.

In February, the agency said it would not renew a contract for the new facility until it had reviewed the Decatur contract.

“The Decatur Dairy facility will provide our farmers with a reliable and secure source of dairy products, and our industry will continue to thrive through the expansion and improvement of our facilities,” Iowa Dairy Chairman and CEO Michael Berenbaum said in a statement.

Dairy Palace is the first Iowa company to build its new facility.

“We’re excited to be a part of the Iowa dairy system,” Berenba said in the statement.

“As the world’s largest producer of dairy, Iowa has proven that it is an agricultural powerhouse and is ready to expand our dairy footprint in the coming years.”

Dairy Palace currently owns and operates five dairy farms in the state.

“Our goal is to bring new, innovative products to the marketplace and we have the resources and capabilities to make this happen,” Bereba said.

“Dairy Palace is an exciting and unique company and we look forward to partnering with Iowa farmers and our partners to further our success.”

Dairy Palaces Iowa Dairy Farm is scheduled to open in 2018 The Decatur project is one of a number of new Iowa dairy facilities being built or developed.

The first of those is in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Iowa Dairy Palace plans to open a new 100,000-square-foot facility in Cedar Falls, Iowa in 2018.

Iowa’s new contract for Iowa’s dairy industry will include the purchase of a 75,000 square-foot property in Decamp that the company owns, according to the Iowa Department of Agriculture.

Iowa Gov.

Terry Branstad said in December that Iowa’s state and local governments were prepared to invest in new dairy facilities.

“If we’re going to make Iowa a better place to live, work, play, and visit, we have to look to the future,” Branstad wrote on Twitter.

“Today’s announcement of a contract with Dairy Palace provides the foundation to make that happen.”

Dairy Queen to offer dairy free appetizer, desserts for $4.99, for new owners

Dairy Queen of Omaha has decided to offer a dairy free version of some of its signature desserts for its new owners.

The move comes after the chain announced last week that it had signed a deal with a Chinese manufacturer that it believes can provide dairy free desserts to its customers.

The chain announced in February that it would begin selling dairy free menu items at some locations, including the new locations at Dairy Queen and Dairy Queen Cafe.

Dairy Queen of Lincoln and Omaha said it will offer a full dairy free buffet of some favorites, including chocolate chip cookie dough with cinnamon sugar and vanilla ice cream, ice cream sundae, lemonade and chocolate chip cookies.

The company will also offer dairy-free appetizers such as macarons and cream soups, cookies, and cakes.

Desserts will also be available for $3.99.

Dignity Foods, which operates the restaurant in the city, will also continue to sell dairy free items, the chain said.

The chain said it also will continue to offer the company’s chocolate chip doughnut for $2.99 and the chocolate chip pie for $1.99.

“Dignities Foods will continue offering a full menu of dairy free food for the first time ever at D.C. Diner,” the chain tweeted on Thursday.

“The Diner will be closed on February 8.

Diners will be able to order through D.O.D.D.”

Dairy free options have become a popular trend among restaurant chains.

Dairy Queen, which is the second largest restaurant chain in the country, launched a $4-per-day discount for customers on February 1 that has since been expanded to the Omaha location.

Dryads first menu option was introduced in 2010 and has become popular among diners.

Dairy Free Cafe, a chain of cafes in Washington D.N.C., introduced a $2-per person special that allowed diners to get dairy free foods for free in 2016.