Jan. 10 2024
Forage management and feed hygiene are back to being front and center
Jan. 10 2024
One nondairy “milk” option is having a disappointing start to the new year. Coconut milk has been removed from menus at Dunkin’ locations nationwide
Jan. 10 2024
Wearable animal monitoring technology helps some farms identify when cows are in heat and ready to be inseminated
Jan. 10 2024
There is no denying corn is a vital crop on American farms. In many parts of the country, there is enough rain to grow the crop without supplemental irrigation. As more dairies have expanded into the
Jan. 10 2024
When we turn the calendar from December to January, it feels like we are starting a new chapter with blank pages because we really do not know what this year will bring
Jan. 10 2024
Sometimes we must slow down to see important details about dairy cows. So many things cows tell us with their behavior can only be seen with a trained eye and a slow walk
Jan. 10 2024
Looking back 25 years, I was at a crossroads in my vision for what secondary education to pursue. At 17 years old, I’d developed curiosity in dairy farming and cropping, but I also enjoyed fixing...
Jan. 10 2024
Milk production in the United States seems to have entered a period of unknown duration when expansion in excess of demand will be less common than it has been in past years
Jan. 10 2024
Mastitis, the inflammation of one or more mammary glands, is one of the most important diseases in dairy production
Jan. 10 2024
When you compete at this level, you will find geniuses that you didn’t know existed
Jan. 10 2024
when a pendulum swings out farther in one direction than normal, it may swing back too far in the other direction. A correction can take some time later on
Jan. 10 2024
A dairy sitting in the valley with Brown Swiss cows scattered across green pastures in the background is home to Carter Bratland and Viking Valley Farm
Jan. 8 2024
Premier Select Sires will award up to $20,000 to students within the Premier territory through the 2024 Premier Future Ag Leaders Scholarship Program
Jan. 8 2024
Earlier this month, KUHN launched four new products to benefit growers across North America
Jan. 8 2024
The dairy situation and outlook for 2024, presented by: Leonard Polzin, University of Wisconsin-Madison This presentation will provide an overview of dairy markets
Jan. 8 2024
Transition phases in dairy cattle are essential for success. That begins all the way at the beginning of life
Jan. 8 2024
Diversifying income on a dairy can hold the key to financial success though low milk prices
Jan. 8 2024
A new year brings excitement and opportunity, but it can also come with apprehension, especially if you are a business owner
Jan. 8 2024
Harvesting milk must be done safely, effectively, and efficiently to ensure a good experience for the cows as well as the people working with them
Jan. 5 2024
As someone raising only a handful of calves at a time, I was looking for a way to air the bottles out between feedings