Sept. 23 2021
The information below has been supplied by dairy marketers and other industry organizations. It has not been edited, verified or endorsed by Hoard’s Dairyman.Dairy farmers adapt every day, and now...
Sept. 23 2021
Compared to our beloved dairy cows, I rarely give compliments to the other large animals — the equines — that our vet team commonly encounters in our daily travels
Sept. 23 2021
In May, the U.S. dairy herd expanded to its highest level in 27 years, climbing to over 9.5 million head
Sept. 23 2021
If hard-working dairy farmers ever needed a reason to contact their senators and representatives, the potential repeal, or shall we say death, of the “stepped-up basis” provision for capital...
Sept. 23 2021
Food safety is a major concern for the consumer. As veterinarians, we prescribe and dispense most medicines, and we have a responsibility to ensure that our farmer clients and their employees the correct...
Sept. 23 2021
Pull up a seat and grab some popcorn because just like any great movie, the underdog is about to rise to the top. The character once seen as hidden and reserved will emerge in humble glory
Sept. 23 2021
Feed costs — especially corn grain — have risen substantially this year. Maximizing the nutritional value of homegrown forages is always a top priority for profitable dairy farming
Sept. 23 2021
Farming can be a risky endeavor. There are many challenges that farmers face, ranging from short-term crises to long-term issues. Broadly speaking, they can be categorized into five major types
Sept. 23 2021
Summer is officially in the rearview mirror, and teachers and kids are back in school. For some, the feeling of being back in the classroom is nearly electric
Sept. 23 2021
So far, 2021 has been an exceptional year for cheese trade, and that’s not likely to change any time soon.“I’m pretty optimistic for the remainder of the year,” said Stephen Cain
Sept. 23 2021
In any system, calf care is done best by individuals who are patient and detail focused
Sept. 23 2021
Where do consumers buy food, home or away?Do food purchases vary by region?How much do consumers spend on dairy?
Sept. 22 2021
Ken Elliott may not have been born in Wisconsin, or even the U.S. for that matter. However, once he arrived in the Badger State in 1995, he fully embraced his newfound home in America’s Dairyland
Sept. 22 2021
In her trade show booth at World Dairy Expo, you’ll find Minnesota-native Cheryl Mohn. She is the founder and president of Udder Tech Inc. — a family-owned and operated outfitter of farming...
Sept. 22 2021
Bill Langel is the only superintendent the modern-day Red and White show at World Dairy Expo has ever known
Sept. 22 2021
Most often when you hear the phrase “it takes a village,” someone is referring to raising children, but isn’t the same true for any cow show?
Sept. 22 2021
Unphased by the hustle and bustle of World Dairy Expo, three experienced volunteers are eagerly taking on new show superintendent positions this year
Sept. 20 2021
When global dairy export is discussed, the conversation often revolves around value and quality. More often than not, it is the availability of the product and its ability to meet regulatory
Sept. 20 2021
Immunity has been an understandable focus for consumers as COVID-19 continues to impact human health
Sept. 20 2021
After decades of U.S. trade policies geared toward expanding market access around the globe, 2020 saw a record 16% of total solids production shipped abroad