30 Best Dairy Logo Design Ideas You Should Check

Ice cream is happiness condensed, and a glass of milk a day keeps the doctor away. Check out some of the best dairy product logo design ideas!

Created by Dmitriy Kirsanov | https://dribbble.com/shots/18391896-DaMilk-Dairy-Assistance-Logomark

The background of dairy logo designs dates back to the early days of dairy farming and the need for branding and identification. Dairy logos have evolved over time to reflect the values, heritage, and quality associated with dairy products. 

Historically, dairy logo designs were simple and straightforward, often featuring images of cows, milk bottles, or dairy-related equipment. These designs aimed to establish a direct connection between the product and its source—cows and dairy farms. They were also meant to evoke a sense of trust and authenticity, as consumers associated dairy products with wholesome, natural ingredients.

As the dairy industry grew and became more competitive, dairy logo designs began to incorporate additional elements to differentiate brands and establish a unique identity. Typography became an essential component, with fonts being carefully chosen to convey specific qualities such as tradition, sophistication, or friendliness. Logos also started to incorporate regional or national symbols to highlight the origin and local heritage of the dairy products.

In recent years, dairy logo designs have undergone a significant transformation to adapt to changing consumer preferences and market trends. With the rise of health-conscious consumers, logos have increasingly focused on portraying dairy products as healthy, nutritious options. This shift is reflected in the use of vibrant colors, sleeker and more modern typography, and the inclusion of icons representing freshness, purity, and well-being.

Here are some of the best dairy logo design ideas you can reference:


1. St. Isidore's Dairy

Created by Roz Cashman | https://dribbble.com/shots/14346132-St-Isidore-s-Dairy-Logo-Design

Dairy cows are the main producers of dairy products; they can be the main character of your dairy logo design. This logo has a dairy cow in the middle and uppercase letters above and below the cow. The blue color makes the dairy logo look retro. But this color looks awesome on any surface. However, white is the best background.


2. Sunup Farms

Created by Jim Kennelly | https://dribbble.com/shots/14786225-Sunup-Farms

A half circle is a shape that will make your logo look simple and clean. It is a versatile logo shape that is also aesthetically pleasing. Half circle, oval, and also ellipse will bring malleability and softness to your logo. Sunup Farms dairy logo has a green color that will accentuate the natural vibe of the logo. Use uppercase letters to make the logo readable.


3. Alexandre Family Farm

Created by Jake Smith | https://dribbble.com/shots/7056295-Alexandre-Family-Farm

Some logos look awesome even though they have no picture on them. This Alexandre Family Farm is an excellent example to consider. The logo combines two different font styles. This logo's main text uses a decorative script font that makes it the focal point of the logo. The complementary text has uppercase sans serif font with a modern look.


4. Legend's Dairy

Created by Sarah Bernard | https://dribbble.com/shots/5379164-Legend-s-Dairy-Logo

A barn is a small element you can place in the middle of a dairy logo. If you choose to use a barn, use a font that has similar lines to the barn to make the text. Combine the modern thin font with a bold font with uppercase letters to create a cool combination. Wood brown will be a nice color for the background.


5. Pereira Pastures Creamery

Created by Armando Godinez Jr | https://dribbble.com/shots/4940523-Pereira-Pastures-Creamery

A designer should be super creative when designing a super unique dairy logo. This one has a unique symbol which is the combination of a bottle and the head of a dairy cattle. It uses uppercase letters and a combination of modern and bold font with a thin script decorative font. The powder blue background color makes it look smooth.


6. Hollow Mercantile

Created by VASVÁRI DESIGN | https://dribbble.com/shots/15530673-Hollow-Mercantile

Make your dairy cow look beautiful by adding a floral pattern to its body. Piggy pink will be a cool color to combine with black when creating a gorgeous dairy logo design. For the fonts, use a decorative script font for the main text and a modern sans-serif font for the complementary text.


7. Dairy Place

Created by Emunah Winer | https://dribbble.com/shots/6349009-Dairy-Place

Some designers may use tall fonts for their logos. You can make your dairy logo looks different by using a wide font for the main text of the logo. This means the dairy cattle symbol on the logo should also look wide instead of tall. The combination will create a more proportional look. Combine powder blue and black for this logo.


8. Agromol

Created by Ivan Kovalenko | https://dribbble.com/shots/20094877-Agromol-Logo-Animation

This cute dairy logo design has a symbol of a potted plant symbol in white and green. The pot looks like the head of a cattle, just like logo idea number five above. The combination of uppercase letters, a bold font, and a thin font makes your logo looks modern and matches the bold line of the potted plant symbol.


9. Dairy Goat Co-operative

Created by Kazi Ankon | https://dribbble.com/shots/16766093-Dairy-Goat-Co-operative-Logo-

Straight lines are the best way to create the most modern logo. This logo uses lines to create a goat head symbol. The combination of white color and thin black lines accentuate the minimalism and modern look of the logo. Pick a modern wide font instead of a tall font. Use monochromatic colors for the background and font.


10. Providence Homestead

Created by Chris Whalen | https://dribbble.com/shots/7639460-Providence-Homestead-Identity

Black and white are always the best colors for a versatile logo. A dairy logo with bold white or black lines is very readable, no matter where you place the logo. You can read the text and spot the symbol easily, even though the logo is placed on a picture, solid color, or any other background. Use a minimalist font and a decorative font.


11. Cow Valley Creamery

Created by Eric Parks | https://dribbble.com/shots/11568062-Cow-Valley-Creamery-Concept-1

Yale blue is going to be an elegant background color for your dairy logo design. Create a more elegant logo by arranging the text of your logo to make a circle. Use uppercase letters so that everyone can read all text on the logo easily. Use the same type of font, but one is tall, and another one is normal.


12. Mastiman

Created by UNOM design | https://dribbble.com/shots/14080492-Dairy-Logo

Curves will make a logo look more flexible and attractive. This dairy logo uses one line that creates unique curves looking like a cow's udder. And the word Mastiman doesn't have a small dot above the letter i, but a drop of milk. White becomes a nice color for the background that accentuates the two shades of blue.



Created by RyanPyae | https://dribbble.com/shots/2881381-WALCO

Make people focus on the logo of your dairy company by designing a big green logo with uppercase letters and a bold font for the main element. And then place a small dairy cattle icon on top of it as an ornament. Use a thinner and smaller font for the complementary text.


14. Lost Apple Dairy Farm

Created by Sven Designs | https://dribbble.com/shots/8298698-Lost-Apple-Dairy-Farm-Logo-Explorations

Since the name of the farm contains the term apple, you need to make sure that the logo contains an apple. You may want to type the name of the farm in the middle of the apple. Or you can fill the apple with a simple illustration of a farm. Or, draw some small apples and type the farm name on them.


15. Wisconsin

Created by Zac Jacobson | https://dribbble.com/shots/10462554-Classic-State-Wisconsin-Patch

A retro-styled dairy logo design can use three different colors, dark beige, white, and dark greyish blue. Use a slab serif font for the main text and a bold sans serif font for the complementary text. Frame the text with a dark blue frame but use white for the background of the text. This combination will create a simple but eye-catching logo design.


16. The Farm House

Created by Yulia Malinovskaya | https://dribbble.com/shots/20598131-Farm-logo

Unlike other logo designs above, The Farm House logo has thin lines for the farm illustration. A barn, trees, and dairy cattle create a simple and nice logo design. To balance the thin lines of the logo, it uses a thin modern font. The circle frame makes the logo look complete, minimalist, and modern at once.


17. Otvedai

Created by Anastasia Poner | https://dribbble.com/shots/4015036-Otvedai

Green will be the most natural color for your dairy farm logo. Use a gradation of two green shades and then use a bold decorative font for the text of the logo. White bold text is highly readable. Place it in the middle of the logo and then use a branch with some leaves to separate the main text from the complementary text.


18. New Zealand Milk Bar

Created by Liam Foster | https://dribbble.com/shots/5605866-New-Zealand-Milk-Bar

Is it legal to use three fonts on one logo? As long as the fonts are not too contrasting, you are free to use three different fonts at once. One of them can be a decorative script, while two others can be a tall font and a normal font. Just make sure that they share the same contrast and color.


19. Labanoon

Created by Bidyut Kumar | https://dribbble.com/shots/20183456-Logo-Design-Brand-Identity

Another cool color to use on the background of your dairy logo design is cadmium green. This bold color will be a nice color that matches the bold white font you use to type the brand of your dairy business. Use some bold white lines to create a cow symbol. Boldness will make people pay more attention to your logo.


20. Shepherd Quality Dairy

Created by Mersad Comaga | https://dribbble.com/shots/15131625-Shepherd-and-sheep-logo

Aegean and sapphire blue are two shades of blue that are going to create luxury in your dairy logo design. Use Aegean blue for the shepherd, cattle, and main text. And then, use sapphire for the complementary text and for the ornament of the logo, like the three stars in the sky. Neutral colors like white will be a cool background.


21. Edgewood Family Crafted

Created by Brian Collins| https://dribbble.com/shots/3187435-Edgewood-Family-Crafted-Logo-Concept

One way to catch everyone's attention is by using decorative fonts on your logo. Make your dairy logo design look like a blackboard by drawing a sketch of a cow with decorative fonts on the top, bottom, and sides of the logo. If you want to use two different fonts, a decorative script font and a tall font are an awesome pair.


22. Orco

Created by Collin | https://dribbble.com/shots/9001736-Logo-for-Dairy-Products-Orco

While some other logo designs use uppercase letters, Orco uses lowercase letters. Use black rock color for the background and then combine white and fresh colors for the text. For example, four letters in this text share the same white color, but they also have one bright color that makes the text look more fun.


23. Cserpes

Created by Eszter Czajkowski-Nyári | https://dribbble.com/shots/7357177-Cserpes-Logo

Flame color as the background will create a fresh logo. The best pair for this warm color will be white. People will first focus on the background. To move their focus, you may want to use a bold and decorative font for the text. But make sure that the text is readable so that everyone can read it easily from afar.


24. Ilya Fisiuk

Created by Ilya Fisiuk | https://dribbble.com/shots/14537999-Cute-cow-logo-for-a-new-dairy-branding-and-package

There are many ways to create an illustration of a cow for your dairy logo design. This one has a round cow with a very cute face. The cow is smiling and will make your logo look friendly. Use monochromatic colors like white and black that will make the logo look more professional.


25. Galacta

Created by Tamara Radke | https://dribbble.com/shots/15461359-Galacta

Azure blue is another color to make your dairy logo design look gorgeous. Use it as the logo background color, and then use white for the text and a galaxy symbol. Since this logo is about the galaxy, azure becomes the best color to consider since it is highly identical to the spaces.


26. Galloway

Created by Chris Aalid | https://dribbble.com/shots/10624710-Dairy-producer-logo-lockup

Aegean blue is a beautiful dark blue shade that will make a royal and luxurious background for your dairy logo design. It will enhance the elegance of any text and icons on the logo. Use white for text and icons since it can help create a gorgeous look.


27. Cabot Triple Cream Yogurt

Created by Ian Kolstad | https://dribbble.com/shots/17086109-Cabot-Triple-Cream-Yogurt

If you choose to use curves on the text of your dairy logo, make sure that the icon also gets a curve. This one has a curvy accent at the end of the text and the same curve at the bottom of the house icon. The combination of red and black creates a simple, bold, and brave logo at once.


28. Braum's

Created by Emily Enabnit | https://dribbble.com/shots/8140370-Braum-s-Identity-Reimagined-Pt-3

Modern and minimalist logos usually have monochromatic colors. But this one has laurel or sage green for the background, which makes it look nice. It also has a big-sized text in white and a monogram icon. This logo looks extra luxurious and a little bit feminine as well.


29. Syomka's Farmstead

Created by Nikita Lebedev | https://dribbble.com/shots/15596428-Syomka-s-Farmstead

A sheep can also be the actor of your dairy logo design. Combine it with some other natural elements like a butterfly, a flower, and a pickle color to highlight the sheep. Make the icon a little bigger, and then place the text under the logo.


30. DaMilk® Dairy Assistance

Created by Dmitriy Kirsanov | https://dribbble.com/shots/18391896-DaMilk-Dairy-Assistance-Logomark

Some people don't want to get a logo with a specific icon. This means you need to be very creative and try to modify the text on your logo. Damilk logo has modified A and M, which makes the logo look more identical to a farm. Use neutrals like white that blends amazingly with any background.


Frequently Ask Questions

What symbolisms can I use to represent dairy logo designs?

There are several symbols that can be used to represent dairy logo designs. Cows are a classic symbol, representing fertility, abundance, and nourishment. Other symbols include milk bottles or glasses, which evoke the idea of freshness and purity. Additionally, the use of leaves, plants, or eco-friendly symbols can convey a commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility. Utensils like spoons or whisks can symbolize the preparation and craftsmanship involved in dairy products.

Which colors are commonly used in dairy logo designs?

Colors commonly used in dairy logo designs include white, blue, green, and brown. White symbolizes purity, cleanliness, and freshness, reflecting the natural and wholesome aspects of dairy products. Blue conveys trust, reliability, and calmness, often associated with the dairy industry's commitment to quality. Green represents nature, growth, and sustainability, highlighting environmentally friendly practices in dairy farming. Brown, particularly earthy tones, evokes a sense of warmth, tradition, and naturalness, connecting to the origins and heritage of dairy products.

Which target audience should I keep in mind when creating dairy logo designs?

When creating dairy logo designs, it is important to keep in mind a diverse range of target audiences. The primary target audience includes consumers who value wholesome, natural, and nutritious food options. This includes health-conscious individuals, families, and individuals seeking high-quality dairy products. Additionally, considering the growing number of consumers interested in sustainability, eco-friendly practices, and ethical sourcing, incorporating elements that resonate with this audience is crucial. Furthermore, considering factors such as regional or cultural preferences can help tailor the logo to specific markets or demographics.

What are the successful examples of dairy logo designs?

There are several successful examples of dairy logo designs that have made a significant impact on the industry. One notable example is the logo of Ben & Jerry's, which features a cow grazing in a green field. This design captures the brand's commitment to natural ingredients and sustainability. Another successful logo is that of The Laughing Cow, which showcases a stylized image of a cow with a friendly and approachable demeanor, appealing to both children and adults. The Land O'Lakes logo is also iconic, incorporating a landscape with a lake, evoking a sense of freshness and naturalness.

Which design styles are often used to create dairy logo designs?

When creating dairy logo designs, several design styles are often employed to convey the desired brand image. One popular style is minimalism, characterized by clean lines, simplified shapes, and a focus on essential elements. This style allows for a sleek and modern representation of the brand. Another common style is vintage or retro, evoking nostalgia and tradition with classic typography, ornate details, and warm color palettes. Additionally, illustrative styles are frequently used, featuring stylized or realistic depictions of cows, milk bottles, or dairy-related objects.


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