March 26 2021 10:35 AM

"Milkshakes on the Moo-ve" food truck pop ups to kick off this weekend and run through March plus delicious "Cowabunga" ice cream to be available in select Kennie's Market stores!

The Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association, known for those popular and famous milkshakes sold at the PA Farm Show and around the state, announces their NEW partnership with Kennie’s Markets starting this weekend with their “Milkshakes On The Moo-ve” Food Truck Pop Ups and delicious new “Cowabunga” ice cream to hit stores.

Kennie’s Market is offering a free milkshake to each of their grocery store employees with a coupon. Kennie’s and PA Dairymen’s Association are also inviting the public to come out and purchase a delicious legen-DAIRY PA Dairymen’s milkshake to benefit charitable ag projects on all of the following dates at these locations.


WHEN: Friday, March 12, 2021 from 11:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.

WHERE: 217 West Middle Street, Gettysburg, PA (Outdoor Parking Lot)

WHEN: Friday, March 12, 2021 from 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.

WHERE: 3463 Biglerville Road, Biglerville, PA (Outdoor Parking Lot)

WHEN: Friday, March 19, 2021, from 11:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.

WHERE: 520 West King Street, Littlestown, PA (Outdoor Parking Lot)

WHEN: Friday, March 19, 2021, 2:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M.

WHERE: 11 Grand Drive, Taneytown, MD (Outdoor Parking Lot)

WHEN: Saturday, March 20, 2021 from 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

WHERE: 440 North Main Street, Spring Grove Plaza, Spring Grove, PA (Outdoor Parking Lot)


WHEN: Saturday, March 27, 2021 from 11:00 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

WHERE: Renewal By Andersen, 4856 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg, PA.

***FREE MILKSHAKES however, donations are requested of unopened dog food or soft dog treats for our furry friends at Speranza Animal Rescue.

In addition, their specialty premium ice cream called “Cowabunga” will be available at all Kennie’s Markets except Biglerville, starting Saturday, March 13 and is still available while supplies last at Karns Foods. The pint-sized ice cream comes in two delicious and creamy flavors: Vanilla Cowabunga and Chocolate Cowabunga.

“We’re thrilled to be on the moo-ve bringing additional PA Dairymen’s joy to Pennsylvanians and essential workers to help uplift them during these challenging times. Grocery store workers have been on the frontlines and really stepped up for over a year now to make sure all of our families have access to fresh food and other necessities during the pandemic. It’s wonderful to see businesses like Kennie’s Market recognize their dedication by offering a free milkshake to their employees throughout March and help bring milkshake smiles to other Dairymen’s fans who want to attend,” said Dave Smith, Executive Director of Pennsylvania Dairymen’s Association.

Smith noted that proceeds from the NEW “Cowbunga” ice cream and milkshakes sold will support Pennsylvania agricultural, education, farming and hunger-prevention programs and projects.

Jeremy Shultz, Director of Marketing, Kennie’s Market added, “We cannot thank our store teams enough for all their efforts this past year. Our industry has changed, and we could not have provided the best customer experience possible without our employee teams leading the way. We’ve partnered up with the PA Dairymen’s Association to provide Dairymen’s Cowabunga ‘Milkshakes by the Scoop’ ice cream to our employees! One of our core values is being a leader in the communities we reside in, and this was a great opportunity to do so. We will also have this great item for customer purchase in Gettysburg, Spring Grove, Littlestown, and Taneytown. Thank you for supporting your local, employee-owned Kennies Markets.”

The PA Dairymen’s milkshake is one of the most sought-after favorites during the PA Farm Show. People and businesses have reached out in record numbers asking where they can get the famous milkshakes this year. Businesses and community groups have stepped up to help support Pennsylvania’s dairy farmers, the philanthropic endeavors of the PA Dairymen’s Association and request Milkshake Pop Ups in communities or for Employee Day recognitions since sale proceeds benefit Pennsylvania ag-related charities, along with Feeding PA’s Fill A Glass With Hope© fresh milk program for families in need.

Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association: The Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association is the oldest dairy group in Pennsylvania. The Dairymen’s Milkshake is the top-selling food item at the Food Court. The Pennsylvania Dairymen's Association has been supporting "Fill a Glass with Hope®" with agriculture partners, Feeding PA, American Dairy Association North East, corporate partners and food banks since 2015. Over the past three years, the PA Dairymen have donated more than $1.4 million to

programs including The Calving Corner; agricultural and educational projects; initiatives and scholarships; the Fill A Glass with Hope® fresh milk campaign for neighbors in need; the Choose PA Dairy consumer education and awareness campaign;

the PA Farm Bureau Mobile Ag Education Lab that travels to schools; and the PA Dairy Princess and Promotion Program. Their philanthropic efforts build a brighter future for all Pennsylvanians. For more information, visit


  • Milk is the official beverage of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  • Pennsylvania is home to more than 5,730 dairy farm families.
  • Dairy contributes to $12.6 billion in annual revenue for Pennsylvania.
  • Dairy production and associated businesses create more than 52,000 jobs in Pennsylvania.
  • PA ranks 2nd in the nation for number of dairy farms and 7th in total milk production nationally.
  • One 8-ounce serving of whole milk delivers 9 essential nutrients including 8 grams of protein.
  • A glass of milk contains three of the four nutrients the USDA says are under-consumed by most Americans—calcium, vitamin D and potassium.
  • According to the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, individuals ages 9 and older should consume three servings of milk, cheese or yogurt each day; those ages 4-8 should consume 2½ cups per day.
  • Every one cow supports $24,000 in annual economic revenue in Pa.
  • Every 10 cows support one job in the state.