Aug. 5 2020
As the National Dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman provides dairy producers with dairy market prices and includes the Class III price for milk. It is updated approximately monthly with the price of...
Aug. 5 2020
As the National Dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman provides dairy producers with dairy market prices and includes the Class IV price for milk. It is updated approximately monthly with the price of milk...
Aug. 4 2020
Agri-Plastics, A Group of Companies, announced the acquisition of the marketing rights and designated territory of Superior Mat and Comfort Inc. A familwned company since 1999, Superior Mat and
Aug. 4 2020
From Fusarium in the field to Penicillium after harvesting, dairy cow feedstuffs, such as corn, are subject to mycotoxins at virtually every step from growth to harvesting, s
Aug. 4 2020
According to the proposed Dietary Guidelines for Americans (DGA) 2020-2025, whole milk will continue to be banned from schools across the nation. The U.S. Dietary Guidelines are only updated and
Aug. 4 2020
Registration is open for the Center for Dairy Research’s Food Safety (HACCP) Online Workshop, taking place September 3. This workshop provides an introduction to HACCP in a plant setting. A va
Aug. 4 2020
Engaging farmers and others in the dairy community in the legislative process and empowering them to stay connected with issues that affect what they do and how they do it is a key goal of the D
Aug. 4 2020
The National Association of Animal Breeders is pleased to announce Irma Vermeer as the Data Coordinator for NAAB. Irma began fulfilling her duties on the 27th of July. As Data Coordin
Aug. 4 2020
Public comments on the Dietary Guidelines for Americans Committee’s scientific report may be submitted until Aug. 13. It’s a great time for dairy voices to be heard, said Miquela Hanselman
Aug. 4 2020
A diverse range of farm and agricultural industries is praising a bipartisan Senate letter sent today to U.S. Trade Representative (USTR) Robert Lighthizer and U.S. Agriculture Secreta
Aug. 4 2020
Dairy Cares of Wisconsin’s first-ever “virtual fundraiser” has raised $210,000 for the Children’s Wisconsin.For nine years, the non-profit organization’s signature event...
Aug. 4 2020
Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin is stepping private label discussions into high gear with grocery stores and restaurants to increase dairy product market opportunities.&
Aug. 4 2020
In the latest episode of the Dairy Stream podcast, COVID-19 has impacted the dairy customer of the future and normalized online grocery shopping, however, dairy continues to be in the cart of cu
Aug. 4 2020
Nonprofit regional dairy council Dairy MAX today announced that more than 200,000 gallons of milk have been distributed to regional food banks in an multi-state area since May 2020 as part of da
Aug. 4 2020
With a successful 30-year career strengthening and expanding the Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production business, James “Jim” Rainey will retire July 31. Rainey started with Church
Aug. 4 2020
The Center for Dairy Research (CDR) has announced that the 2020 Master Artisan Short Course will explore propionic eyed Swiss style cheese production, focusing on Emmentaler and other Swiss-type
Aug. 3 2020
Chromium is a relatively “new” mineral for dairy cows
July 28 2020
Raising replacement heifers represents a significant investment, accounting for roughly 15–20% of expenses on the farm
July 28 2020
Driving demand for dairy foods through partnerships is critical for the dairy industry’s future. One dairy checkoff tactic has been working together with foodservice partners for over a decade
July 28 2020
Gov. Tony Evers today announced that nearly 12,000 Wisconsin farmers received a total of $41.6 million through the Wisconsin Farm Support Program, a joint program between the DATCp and DOR