Nov. 8 2019
Early bird registration is now open for the California Dairy Sustainability Summit taking place March 25-26, 2020, at Cal Expo in Sacramento. The Summit, co- hosted by Dairy Cares, California Mi
Nov. 8 2019
The National Dairy Promotion and Research Board (NDB) honored William “Bill” Siebenborn as the 2019 recipient of the Richard E. Lyng Award for his contributions and distinguished service to
Nov. 6 2019
National Milk Producers Federation President and CEO Jim Mulhern highlighted the resilience of U.S. dairy farmers in a challenging economic and policy environment, pledging that dairy would spea
Nov. 5 2019
Achieving an appropriate calcium balance in dairy cows is critical near calving, but not only to ensure a healthy transition to lactation. According to a new study from the University of Illinoi
Nov. 5 2019
The Wisconsin Holstein Association (WHA) is pleased to announce the recent hire of Charitee Seebecker as the Director of Sales and Membership. She started her duties on November 4, 2019. In her r
Nov. 4 2019
3M Food Safety today announced that the 3M™ Molecular Detection Assay 2 – Salmonella has earned a new extension from AFNOR Certification for its NF VALIDATION. The new extension includes 375
Nov. 4 2019
Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted ten offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 747,367 pounds (339 metric tons) of Cheddar
Nov. 4 2019
Yesterday DATCP Secretary-Designee Brad Pfaff announced that the agency had decided not to bring ATCP 51, its proposed updates to the state's livestock siting regulations, to the DATCP board fo
Nov. 4 2019
In April 2019, the American Simmental Association (ASA) and Holstein Association USA (HAUSA) announced the formation of the HOLSimTM branded beef program that identifies elite SimAngusTM bulls w
Nov. 4 2019
“Before STOP QIP files a lawsuit and seeks declaratory and injunction relief, we respectfully request that CDFA (California Department of Food & Agriculture) immediately cease and desist from operating...
Nov. 4 2019
When calves bloat, it can be frustrating to handle and confusing to further prevent. But controlling feeding procedures to be consistent and accurate is your best protection, pinpointed Brian Miller, D.V.M.,...
Nov. 4 2019
With November Class III futures pushing past $20 per hundredweight, and nearly every month in the $17-plus range for 2020, heifer prices have begun to show a little bit of strength
Nov. 4 2019
Milk production across the major exporters was up 1.6 percent from last year this August, after adjusting for components, according to the latest data compiled
Nov. 4 2019
Just like your teenager who turns 16 and gets his or her driver's license, nitrogen in soil is mobile. Nitrogen (N) is known to move readily with water, especially with N applied as fertilizer or manure
Nov. 4 2019
Guidelines for selecting a silage hybrid Presented by Bill MahannaBrought to you by Pioneer In this webinar Bill Mahanna provided an overview of the main agronomic and nutritional factors to consider
Nov. 1 2019
Today, Secretary-designee Brad Pfaff of the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) announced that the agency has decided not to bring ATCP 51, its proposed up
Nov. 1 2019
Support from dairy checkoff food scientists has helped McDonald’s USA produce a reduced-sugar, low-fat chocolate milk that will be unveiled nationwide in January. The new formulation
Oct. 31 2019
Goodrich Farm, Salisbury, Vermont, Jordan Dairy Farms, Rutland, Massachusetts, and Vanguard Renewables received top honors at the 2019 American Biogas Council Awards ceremony on October 29 in Ma
Oct. 31 2019
Newport Laboratories, Inc., a leader in custom-made vaccines, today launches Bio One™, a new, proprietary one-dose adjuvant that helps reduce time, labor and expense by removing the need
Oct. 31 2019
The Minnesota Milk Producers Association 2019 Producer of the Year is Miron Farm, Hugo, Minn. The Miron Farm includes Fran and Mary Ann Miron, their sons Paul and Andrew Miron, as well as their