Aug. 9 2021
In the same era that all farmers are consistently being called upon to produce more food to meet the nutritional needs of a growing world population, U.S. dairy farmers are often dealing
Aug. 9 2021
It’s the time of the year to start thinking silage again. This one is also a particularly difficult year in some parts of the country due to the weather
Aug. 6 2021
As the world’s largest A.I. cooperative, Select Sires is proud to offer many career development opportunities for young industry professionals
Aug. 6 2021
Fairbanks Scales Inc., the oldest scale company in the U.S. and the world’s leader in weighing equipment, announces its new 2000 Series Weigh-In-Motion (WIM) Railroad Track, targeted to dramatically
Aug. 6 2021
Hay and forage harvest is a race against time, with tonnage and feed value starting to decline the moment the crop is cut
Aug. 6 2021
Premier Select Sires, Inc. is excited to announce that the cooperative will offer 7 percent additional savings to member-customers who purchase semen through the months of August and September, 2021
Aug. 6 2021
The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) announced today the twelve (12) semi-finalists in the Real California Milk Excelerator, the 3rd edition of the CMAB’s dairy product innovation competition
Aug. 6 2021
As farmers across the country navigate drought conditions and rising feed costs, many are looking at ways to stretch feed inventories. Small changes in your feed management program can result in big s
Aug. 6 2021
Earlier this week, Select Sires said goodbye to genetic giant 7HO12165 Bacon-Hill MONTROSS-ET (EX-92-GM). MONTROSS consistently sired productive, profitable daughters and dairy herds gleaned the benefits...
Aug. 6 2021
They call them Policy Picnics — a mix of food, catching up with friends and getting plugged into regulatory issues
Aug. 6 2021
The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) today commended U.S. leadership at the UN Food Systems Summit (UN FSS) Pre-Summit ministerial meeting in Rome
Aug. 5 2021
This week's episode will discuss how dairy's environmental impact will continue to play into dairy's identity in consumer minds
Aug. 5 2021
This week's episode will discuss how environmental impact will continue to play into dairy's identity in consumer minds
Aug. 5 2021
Everyone involved in the business of making, processing, or distributing food has probably heard many times over that food production must significantly ramp up in the coming years
Aug. 5 2021
Duane Hershey shared his thoughts on genomic testing during a Center for Dairy Excellence Cow-side Conversations podcast
Aug. 5 2021
Consumer pressure for food systems transformation has been accelerating for two primary reasons according to the National Dairy Council’s (NDC) Greg Miller
Aug. 5 2021
Despite widespread availability of vaccines, hospitalizations caused by COVID-19 outbreaks have reached a record high in Florida, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
Aug. 2 2021
For dairy farmers, school lunch programs are an awesome opportunity to distribute a lot of fluid milk while providing children nutrients they need
Aug. 2 2021
To better understand the extent and patterns of phosphorus (P) loss from northeastern dairy farms, Miner Institute has instrumented cornfields in northern New York with edge-of-field water quality
Aug. 2 2021
The intense heat that has blanketed the country at various points this summer means people are looking for ways to cool off. Fortunately for dairy farmers, that often includes ice cream