Dairy Licensing in Michigan
- Dairy Digest Newsletters
- Summary of Requirements for Michigan Dairy Processing Plants
- Dairy Digest Newsletter
- Administrative Fine Policy Summary
- Michigan's Dairy Laws
- Updated Dairy Manuals
- An Overview Of The Grade "A" Milk Dairy Program
- New Dairy Farm Construction Plan Tips
- Producer Security Requirements
For more information on becoming a Certified Hauler Sampler, read on.
A Certified Fieldperson is an (industry) employee who is trained and certified to conduct official Grade A dairy farm inspections.
information on starting a grade "A" dairy farm.
If you'd like to start a manufacturing dairy farm, go here.
Legislated milk system changes on previously established Dairy Farms
Read on for procedures for Farm Equipment Installers in accordance with the Grade "A" Milk Law of 2001 and the Manufacturing Milk Law of 2001.
There are several steps to starting a Grade "A" Dairy Plant. For more information, read on.
Read on for licensing procedures for starting a Manufacturing Dairy Plant in accordance with the Manufacturing Milk Law of 2001
For the steps to becoming a Licensed Grade "A" Milk Distributor, read on.
A receiving station is a facility that receives milk and has storage vessels for the milk. To license a receiving station, please read the following page.
A Grade "A" transfer station is a facility that receives milk and does not have storage vessels for the milk but simply transfers from one tank truck to another. To license one, read on.
for the licensing of all facilities that manufacture single service containers such as jugs, caps, cartons, cups or bags for Grade "A" products such as fluid milk, yogurt, cottage cheese or sour cream, or cans for Manufacturing Milk products such as evaporated milk.
This license is for all milk tank truck cleaning facilities that wash the interiors of Grade "A" bulk milk trucks or tankers.
Learn how to license a Milk Tank Truck, Milk Transportation Company, or Can Milk Truck in Michigan