Sept. 1 2022
The August sire summaries resulted in new genetic leaders with a diversified offering at International Protein Sires (IPS). “Through the recent sire summaries, we are pleased to have new leaders...
Sept. 1 2022
This week's episode will discuss moving milk in the age of fluid product deficiencies, pooling, expensive fuel, and labor shortages
Sept. 1 2022
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) will host a Global Dairy Symposium at World Dairy Expo® on Thursday, October 6, 2022, from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. The...
Sept. 1 2022
Three new bulls have recently been launched through the Holstein Marketplace Sires program, managed by Holstein Services, Inc.“These bulls exemplify the ideals of our program, creating a breeder-to-
Sept. 1 2022
This week's episode will discuss moving milk in the age of fluid product deficiencies, pooling, expensive fuel, and labor shortages
Sept. 1 2022
Thanks to the generous support of Compeer Financial, youth participating in the International Junior Holstein Show will receive enhanced cash premiums at World Dairy Expo® 2022. Premiums are awarded
Sept. 1 2022
Imagine taking 1,300 photographs over five days. That means, on average, one photo is taken every three minutes
Sept. 1 2022
World Dairy Expo’s in-ring announcing has seen much change over the years. Initially, announcers were seated near the ring, where they could readily read and identify back tags of winning animals...
Sept. 1 2022
Perhaps nowhere else in the United States does the dairy producer and dairy processor community work more closely together to achieve a greater good than in Idaho
Sept. 1 2022
An empty barn often reflects the emotions of the farmers who once worked in it, symbolizing the closing of one of life’s chapters. A Pennsylvania farmer has taken those emotions and channeled them...
Sept. 1 2022
There are many tools necessary to complete the jobs that make up the day on a dairy farm
Sept. 1 2022
Drug abuse means to use a drug incorrectly or excessively. I’ve been pondering this article topic for years, and now many veterinarians have asked me to write it. Their frustration and mine is that
Sept. 1 2022
The great ones can go by one name. This is true whether you’re talking about great people or, in dairy’s case, great cows
Sept. 1 2022
When we think of heifer rearing success, we often look to benchmarks such as growth and age at first calving. Another factor that becomes especially important when a heifer calves is udder health
Sept. 1 2022
A client recently asked me for an audiobook title suggestion for him to listen to on a long drive
Sept. 1 2022
Think like a plant breeder when looking at your corn grain and feed costs this coming year. This statement likely doesn’t make sense at first glance, but bear with me as I explain my thought process
Sept. 1 2022
World Dairy Expo is a jam-packed week, but this year, it will look a little different as the global dairy industry’s meeting place operates with a new schedule intended to be more efficient fo
Sept. 1 2022
A level playing field for all exhibitors and, more importantly, the fact that milk and beef are food for human consumption were the two primary reasons World Dairy Expo leaders forged ahead
Sept. 1 2022
Proper premilking udder stimulation is indispensable to harvesting high-quality milk from cows as quickly and completely as possible while minimizing the impact of the milking machine on teat and udde
Sept. 1 2022
Dairy News as reported in the Washington Dairygrams for the September 10, 2022 issue of Hoard's Dairyman