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DANCING WITH ITS DOGS: A TUCSON, Ariz., couple, who have a dairy farm and a dairy queen, are getting their day in the sun.

They have been posting their photos on social media, including on Instagram, Instagram’s Livestream and Facebook, and their story has been shared more than 200,000 times.

Diane and Bill, who are sisters and dairy farmers, have been selling dairy products at the farm in their hometown for several years.

They also produce organic dairy products.DAD’S CHILDHOOD DAD’s family is a proud family, Diane said.

Their mother is a nurse, and Bill is a veterinarian.

But they are not just farmers, Bill said.

Bill has been a full-time dairy farmer his entire life.

He owns the family dairy farm in Mesa, Arizo.

“My whole life I’ve been trying to be a better person,” he said.

Bill said the dairy queen program is not just about the money, but about helping his sister and the kids, ages 6 and 7.

Bill said it’s hard to explain the program to kids, but the kids love it.

“They can’t wait to go and see the cows,” Bill said, adding, “We’re just here to help them be happy.”BILL said it was very hard for his sister to go through the process of raising their children on her own.DID YOU KNOW?

The Daughters Dairy Queen program is sponsored by the Dairy Queen Association of America, and it is open to children ages 2 to 12.

The program offers $1.50 off any $2 milk purchased on a per-bottle basis with a valid Visa card.

The program will run through Sept. 1.