June 4 2019
Syngenta announced today the appointment of Chris Davison as Head, Business Sustainability for North America, effective June 1. Davison, previously head of Corporate & Government Affairs for
June 4 2019
Minnesota dairy farmers will see rebate payments for the federal Dairy Margin Coverage program if they sign up for the five-year program. Two conference committees worked to secure the $8 millio
June 3 2019
Plan to attend this exciting learning and networking event in Rochester, MN, USA June 18-20, 2019. Regular registration ends June 12.The 2-day conference will have five plenary talks and 36 breakout t
June 3 2019
Kicked off on World Milk Day, June 1, and throughout the month of June, Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) will help raise awareness and provide relief towards the summer nutrition gap felt by nearl
June 3 2019
Everyone knows seeing a glass as half-full is associated with having an optimistic worldview, but does it hold up to the test? A new study of 2,000 Americans, conducted in advance of Nation
June 3 2019
Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted 12 offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 1.268 million pounds (575 metric tons) of Ch
June 3 2019
It took over a year for markets to recover
June 3 2019
Forage particle length plays a key role in proper rumen function. When particle size is too small, cows spend less time chewing and producing saliva, which can reduce rumen pH
June 3 2019
The push to end California’s Class I milk market pool quota system hit a surprising roadblock on May 22, when the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) announced that the petition...
June 3 2019
Although starch isn’t listed as a required nutrient by any dairy cattle nutrition document, its impact is absolutely felt in the bulk tank
June 3 2019
Pricing standing hay can be a challenge due to multiple cuttings and subsequent harvests throughout the year, along with a lack of a formal commodity market
June 1 2019
Dairy News as reported in the Washington Dairygrams for the June 2019 issue of Hoard's Dairyman
May 31 2019
During his first State of the State speech in January at the state Capitol, Gov. Tony Evers declared 2019 would be the “Year of Clean Drinking Water” in Wisconsin. On May 28, Evers stoo
May 31 2019
With the weather finally cooperating, farmers are working around the clock to complete spring planting. While farmers rush to get the seeds in the ground, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture
May 31 2019
The National Milk Producers Federation is pointing out some key facts about U.S. dairy in observance of World Milk Day on June 1 and the National Dairy Month that follows. The state o
May 31 2019
The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), today certified the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board (WMMB) dba Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW) 2019 Board of Direc
May 31 2019
“Senator Chuck Grassley is right: Border security issues are border security issues, and trade issues are trade issues. New tariffs against Mexico are unlikely to secure the border, but judgin
May 31 2019
Agri-Plastics, a global leader of products that improve the health and growth of livestock, announced the hiring of Michelle Beier as their new Marketing Manager. Michelle is a creative leader w
May 31 2019
Premier Select Sires, Inc. is excited to announce that the cooperative will offer 7 percent additional savings to member-customers who purchase semen through the months of June and July, 2019.&n
May 30 2019
– Insight FS awarded 10, $1,500 scholarships to high school seniors and college students pursuing a degree in agriculture. “At Insight FS, we feel it is vitally important to suppo