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July 29 2021
How does a truck gain between $7,450 and $12,150 in value during a 15-month window?It’s quite simple — the supply chain shockwaves from COVID-19
July 22 2021
“Could artificial insemination become illegal?” Farmers and ranchers were given a reprieve on Colorado’s ballot initiative after the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the proposal did
July 22 2021
The dairy industry has been making steps toward more environmentally sustainable production well before it was a buzzword among consumers and with food marketers
July 22 2021
The buzzword of “sustainability” gets mentioned often by mainstream media and the many consumer groups aiming to tackle various societal problems
July 22 2021
At the Precision Dairy Conference, Megan Schrupp, D.V.M., a practicing veterinarian who is also involved with her family’s dairy, highlighted the four digital dairy advantages she sees on farms that...
July 15 2021
For dairy farmers interested in genetic improvement, a common question is “What do you select for?” This question was also addressed during the July 7 Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream
July 15 2021
Karl Burgi, a hoof care consultant and founder of the Save Cows Network, discussed dairy barn flooring during the July Hoard’s Dairyman webinar, titled “Three keys to exceptional hoof health.”
July 15 2021
You’d be hard-pressed to find a dairy farmer who doesn’t want to breed healthier, more efficient cows. Though there are costs associated with a more detailed genetic program that can help
July 15 2021
Unable to gain a confident handle on hosting an in-person event as the world remerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Royal Agricultural Fair once again made the decision to cancel its show
July 8 2021
Jodi McGill, an assistant professor with the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, discussed calfhood immunity and immunomodulation during the Dairy Calf and Heifer Association’s...
July 8 2021
U.S. dairy farmers continue to get better at breeding more efficient, productive, and longer-living cows as more genetic selection tools become available
July 8 2021
The evolution of dairy genetics has included many turns along the way. One of the more notable pivots involves the introduction of Net Merit (NM$) in 1994
July 8 2021
Many watching the situation unfold had finally come to believe that California’s dairy farmer community had developed a plan to sunset the state’s Quota Implementation Plan (QIP)
July 1 2021
Kim Cassida, a forage specialist for Michigan State University, discussed forage and drought during a Field Crops Virtual Breakfast presentation
July 1 2021
Within the year of finishing my postgraduate studies, I worked in the industry for a company involved in the production of vitamins and other additives
July 1 2021
Perhaps it’s not surprising to those who watched the evolution of dairy trade agreements between Canada and the United States
July 1 2021
The border relationship between the United States and Canada is generally a healthy one, but it’s become more obvious, particularly in the last year, that dairy is a contentious trade issue
June 24 2021
As high-quality milk produced in a sustainable way is growing in demand from consumers, more milk buyers are adopting methods to help their farmers meet that need
June 24 2021
Dairy farmers work day in and day out to provide affordable, nutrient-rich dairy foods like milk, yogurt, and cheese for American and global consumers
June 24 2021
University of Illinois’ Jim Drackley discussed colostrum and transfer of passive immunity during the Four State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference
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