Sept. 1 2022
When baling a heavy windrow, sometimes hay would get caught on the draw pin, which eventually created a slug that the baler didn’t appreciate. To keep hay from getting caught on the pin, we cut down
Aug. 31 2022
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. 31 2022
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. 31 2022
For the third consecutive year, the World Dairy Expo® Tech Spotlight provides an opportunity for companies to highlight new ideas and innovations entering the global dairy industry. The event will...
Aug. 31 2022
A successful hay season starts with industry-leading equipment. While Case IH RB5 series round balers, DC3 series disc mower conditioners and the small square baler family have long-delivered the reli
Aug. 31 2022
New Holland Agriculture, the brand that defined the small square baler, is returning the Hayliner® name to all its small square balers in North America. With three models to choose from, each baler...
Aug. 31 2022
Three years of results from an eye-opening sustainability project in southwestern Wisconsin show that farmers who incorporate environmental practices that improve water quality and conserve soil can a
Aug. 31 2022
Now is a great time to review some of the best practices for an efficient corn silage harvest that delivers the best return on your investment. “Making that happen can be a balancing act,”...
Aug. 31 2022
Kuhn North America is pleased to introduce the new Interceptor 8055 high-speed conservation tillage tool for sizing, distributing and incorporating residue into a full cut width of worked soil. Residu
Aug. 31 2022
The North American Normande Association, NANA, is hosting their National Normande Show on Saturday, October 1st, 2022 starting at 11am at the Iowa County Fairgrounds in Mineral Point, WI. The NANA Nat
Aug. 31 2022
The Association of Women in Agriculture Benefit Corporation (AWABC) awarded two scholarships to Association of Women in Agriculture (AWA) alumni members totaling $5,000. This was the organization’s
Aug. 31 2022
The Wisconsin Dairy Alliance (WDA) and Venture Dairy Cooperative (VDC) are proud to announce their endorsement for Senator Howard Marklein (R-Spring Green). WDA and VDC joined seven other agricultural
Aug. 31 2022
The California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB) today announced the winners of the 2022 Cal-Mex Invitational – its inaugural culinary competition to find the nation’s top recipes that incorporate...
Aug. 31 2022
In my opinion, trying to forecast milk prices for 2023 is a fool’s errand. In my career, I’ve never seen a time with so many unknowns that will impact both milk production and demand
Aug. 30 2022
Rumiano Cheese Company, California’s oldest family-owned cheese company, today announced its commitment to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030. As a first step in the process, Rumiano has introd
Aug. 29 2022
While alternative forage sources may be needed when forage or ingredient availability is limited, these scenarios also require the re-formulation of dairy cow diets
Aug. 29 2022
It might not seem like it in the midst of long days of chopping corn, filling bunkers and bags, and keeping the rest of the dairy running at the same time, but corn silage harvest season will wrap up
Aug. 29 2022
It is not uncommon for farms to house more dairy cows in a pen than there are stalls. Overcrowding is a way to dilute a farm’s fixed assets — but do the benefits outweigh the costs?
Aug. 29 2022
I don’t envy USDA statisticians. The U.S. produces billions of pounds of milk a month from over 9 million cows, and we expect the USDA to be able to tell us how much it is changing
Aug. 29 2022
This July, USDA estimated there were 3.75 million dairy heifers over 500 pounds on farms across the United States