Jan. 30 2019
ARM & HAMMER™ announced today the additions of Brenda Siefken, PMP, and Brad Clyburn, Ph.D., to the Animal and Food Production team as ruminant account managers. Siefken and Clyburn
Jan. 30 2019
The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) welcome the introduction of legislation sponsored by Reps. Glenn Thompson (R-PA) and Collin P
Jan. 30 2019
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...
Jan. 30 2019
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...
Jan. 30 2019
Calf-Tel, the global leader in quality calf housing for the dairy industry, winsWorld Ag Expo’s Top 10 new product award.A large number of cutting-edge products were submitted to the contest
Jan. 30 2019
A study released today by the U.S. Dairy Export Council projects that new trade agreements between Japan and other countries will put U.S. dairy exports at a competitive disadvantage, resultin
Jan. 30 2019
Early registration rates are available through Friday, February 1 for the Animal Agriculture Alliance’s 2019 Stakeholders Summit themed, A Seat At The Table. The event will be held May 8-9 a
Jan. 29 2019
The American Registry of Professional Animal Sciences (ARPAS) approved Dairy Calf & Heifer Association’s (DCHA) application for continuing education (CE) credits. ARPAS members may earn up to 16
Jan. 29 2019
The United Dairy Industry of Michigan (UDIM) is searching for the second class of the Board Mentor Program. The two-year program develops and identifies future dairy leaders, increases knowled
Jan. 29 2019
Dairy producers across the United States continue to face countless challenges as they experience low milk prices and shrinking margins. It is no secret that net farm income has been on an almos
Jan. 29 2019
Dorothy Pelanda was appointed as the 39th Director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture byGovernor Mike DeWine on January 10, 2019. Pelanda is the first woman to serve as Director inthe Departm
Jan. 28 2019
Cooperatives Working Together (CWT) member cooperatives accepted 17 offers of export assistance from CWT that helped them capture sales contracts for 4.343 million pounds (1,970 metric tons) o
Jan. 28 2019
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration must enforce its existing rules against mislabeling plant-based products with dairy terms to address widespread consumer confusion over the nutritional cont
Jan. 28 2019
Dairy farmers in the American Dairy Association North East’s six-state region are encouraged to apply for the Dairying for Tomorrow awards. The awards recognize farmers’ production practices
Jan. 28 2019
Teachers can bring a farm to their classroom with American Dairy Association North East’s free virtual farm tours being offered in March. Geared toward elementary and high school students
Jan. 28 2019
High on the list of reasons for weak farm milk prices . . . and it’s easy to make a case it is number one . . . is too many cows
Jan. 28 2019
With each passing year, expectations continue to be placed on dairy producers across the country with a focal point being on-farm environmental practices
Jan. 28 2019
“The goal of a good dry cow program is to promote high dry matter intake immediately after calving and manage dietary and body energy levels,” explained the University of Illinois’ Jim...
Jan. 28 2019
Given the current dairy economy, most among us may have the feeling that farms that have minimized debt in recent years has allowed them to survive the current crisis
Jan. 28 2019
When it comes to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USCMA), Under Secretary Ted McKinney calls it “a huge win,” especially for dairy