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Jan. 14 2019
Dairy farmers painfully know that the past four years of low milk prices have drained balance sheets
Jan. 14 2019
For anyone with a food allergy, certain foods can bring consequences that range from uncomfortable to life-threatening. Such allergies are nothing to take lightly
Jan. 14 2019
Farm transitions rarely go exactly as planned. Much like anything in life, there are both joys and hard moments to estate and succession planning
Jan. 14 2019
A petition drive that backers hope will lead to a dairy producer referendum that eliminates the milk market pool quota system in California is blamed for “panic selling” of quota in December
Jan. 14 2019
When others talk about your positive virtues . . . rather than tooting your own horn . . . other peer groups tend to listen more intently
Jan. 7 2019
Registration is now open for the 14th Western Dairy Management Conference in Reno, Nev., February 26 to 28, 2019, at the Peppermill Resort Spa Casino
Jan. 7 2019
The last few years have been tough particularly for young people who are farming. For that reason, we asked the four participants in the December 2018 Round Table “These young farmers came back to...
Jan. 7 2019
The most recent USDA outlook calls for modest improvement in milk prices for 2019. Those same reports project higher milkfat and skim solids supplies for domestic consumers
Jan. 7 2019
The number of small to mid-sized dairy farms in the United States has been falling for decades, and economist Daniel Basse compared this trend to the general population.
Jan. 7 2019
“I just know about Cheddar and Parmesan cheese,” said Vivian Kwong, a trade and commerce reporter for the Hong Kong Economic Times Limited
Dec. 31 2018
It has been another year in which consumer wants and needs are changing the way animals are raised and foods are marketed
Dec. 31 2018
Young people involved in dairy can sometimes face an information overload when it comes to learning
Dec. 31 2018
This time of year, we all like to embrace family and friends as we celebrate Christmas and the New Year’s holidays. We host parties and celebrations that are warm and welcoming. These things are...
Dec. 31 2018
Perhaps you’ve heard about the almond invasion in California? For several years, new trees have seemingly been planted everywhere in the San Joaquin Valley
Dec. 31 2018
“Dairy farmers have supported nutritional education, research, and partnerships for the past 100 years,” explained Marilyn Hershey, a dairy farmer and board chair of Dairy Management Inc
Dec. 24 2018
It’s true, Japanese women agree that Curves and whey do go together
Dec. 24 2018
It was a very wet fall for some regions of the country, including the Midwest. That made corn silage harvest a challenge to say the least
Dec. 24 2018
As the dairy markets are showing little sign of improvement, the rest of the economy also has begun to show worrying signs
Dec. 24 2018
One of the biggest hurdles for young people interested in entering dairy farming is the incredibly high investment required
Dec. 24 2018
At first glance, dairy farmers and the National Football League (NFL) just may be the most unlikely teammates ever conceived throughout America
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