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Oct. 21 2021
Dairy farmers and farm employees spend much of their time working outdoors or in well-ventilated barns, two environments that not only reduce the chances of our animals contracting a respiratory
Oct. 21 2021
The list of no-no foods has been flipped like an old vinyl record on a turn table. Those in dairy circles know butter and whole milk are back on the good food list despite controversy around thei
Oct. 21 2021
There are many options when it comes to dairy barn ventilation, and according to Nigel Cook, M.R.C.V.S., they can all operate very effectively
Oct. 21 2021
The West Coast receives top billing in any discussion of ports and dairy exports. Roughly two-thirds of all U.S. dairy exports, on a product-volume basis, leave the United States via the West Coast
Oct. 14 2021
Nary a day goes by that the dairy farm manager is not reminded of the risks faced on the farm. Falling milk prices, rising feed costs, employee retention, employee mistakes, disability, death
Oct. 14 2021
We’ve heard a lot about what the next generation of consumers wants from their dairy products, but what about the next generation of dairy farmers that will run the farms that produce those products
Oct. 14 2021
Even though global milk production rose a collective 2.9% this past year, dairy demand kept pace with the growth
Oct. 14 2021
Dairy farmers are well aware of the importance of feeding colostrum, but getting colostrum into calves is only part of the story
Oct. 7 2021
In a business like dairy that balances on narrow margins, every chance for improvement offers opportunities to use resources more effectively and more efficiently
Oct. 7 2021
Most people would not consider a barnyard to be a particularly high-tech place or a location where drones might be at work. Even so, you could easily spot a drone flying around at a farm these days
Oct. 7 2021
What do top-tier dairy producers have in common?That was one question posed to a panel of agricultural financial lenders during the World Dairy Expo’s educational seminar
Oct. 7 2021
For only the second time since 1994, domestic cheese sales in the United States fell when compared to the previous year. In both instances, it took an economic shockwave to stop the sales ascent
Sept. 30 2021
Milk pricing just may be one of the most complex topics in American agriculture
Sept. 30 2021
When designing a barn for voluntary milking systems or robots, one big decision is how many cows can be milked per machine
Sept. 30 2021
In the last several decades, the U.S. has quietly become the leading cheese exporter on the global market
Sept. 30 2021
Walk down a grocery store aisle these days and it can feel like you’re traversing the Las Vegas strip: eye-catching signs of every shape and color hope to reel you in to what they’re selling
Sept. 23 2021
Summer is officially in the rearview mirror, and teachers and kids are back in school. For some, the feeling of being back in the classroom is nearly electric
Sept. 23 2021
So far, 2021 has been an exceptional year for cheese trade, and that’s not likely to change any time soon.“I’m pretty optimistic for the remainder of the year,” said Stephen Cain
Sept. 23 2021
In any system, calf care is done best by individuals who are patient and detail focused
Sept. 23 2021
Where do consumers buy food, home or away?Do food purchases vary by region?How much do consumers spend on dairy?
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