July 23 2020
America’s largest dairy export customer is our neighbor to the south. Mexico imported nearly $1.5 billion of U.S. dairy products in 2019
July 23 2020
New research findings could be good news for dairy foods. Emerging science shows that overall diet quality counts more for positive health outcomes than just single nutrients or the quantity of calories...
July 23 2020
July has arrived in full force, and those summer temperatures have brought along heat stress. Fortunately, several strategies can help to alleviate those risks and limit their long-term effects
July 22 2020
As the National Dairy farm magazine, Hoard's Dairyman provides dairy producers with dairy market prices and includes the Class I price for fluid milk
July 22 2020
Researchers in Spain propose mitigating methane production by dairy cattle through breeding. In an article appearing in the Journal of Dairy Science, scientists are targeting reduction
July 22 2020
In a recent episode of the Dairy Stream podcast, award-winning Rosy-Lane Holsteins, which recently won the Outstanding Dairy Farm Sustainability Award, is featured for their innovative efforts.Dairy S
July 22 2020
Whether bringing up cattle, accompanying us during barn chores or enjoying a walk outside, our trusty dog is always by our side. That’s why it is important to consider that if your dogs are not
July 21 2020
Minnesota Milk is responding to a solicitation for comments by the Minnesota Pollution Control Association (MPCA) by encouraging farmers to evaluate and comment on the 2021-2026 General National
July 21 2020
Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted fifteen offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 557,770 pounds (253 metric tons) of Che
July 21 2020
Developing the next generation of leaders for the dairy industry is an important objective for the American Dairy Science Association® (ADSA). ADSA sponsors programs for challenging and develop
July 21 2020
The Dairy Margin Coverage Program and with other federal risk management programs have served farmers well during the coronavirus crisis and will continue to offer effective aid, as long as farm
July 21 2020
Monthly milk markets per state
July 21 2020
The global health pandemic has created never-before-seen changes to dairy markets. Let’s discuss these developments . . . through the lens of a psychological bias that has been particularly troublesome
July 20 2020
Don’t underestimate the impact that government purchases are having on the dairy market
July 20 2020
While the coronavirus pandemic has certainly brought wide swings in dairy markets, it has brought an even wider list of questions about the future
July 20 2020
Even people who classify as “social butterflies” may crave time alone now and then, and the same could be true for dairy calves
July 20 2020
One of the most interesting things I have observed during this pandemic is how so many consumers returned to the basics
July 20 2020
After years of tight labor markets and difficulties in recruiting and retaining good employees, we now find ourselves with double-digit unemployment in just about every corner of the U.S
July 20 2020
Dairy calf care broadly affects behavior, including social interactions and feeding patterns, which impact calf performance and welfare. Miller-Cushon will discuss how early life experiences further influence...
July 17 2020
The National Dairy Shrine is pleased to announce the recipients of the Student Recognition scholarships for 2020, this award recognizes graduating seniors planning a career related to the dairy