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May 7 2018
In just five years, Class I milk sales have slid from 35.5 percent to 30 percent. That’s according to Federal Milk Marketing Order data that compares 2012 to 2017
May 7 2018
“Milking is so routine, frankly, we don’t even think about it. It just happens,” said Phil Durst, Michigan State University Extension
May 7 2018
Michigan now has the highest milk production per cow in the country, and the state has doubled its milk production since 2000
May 7 2018
The U.S. House Committee on Agriculture passed the Agriculture and Nutrition Act of 2018 (ANA18) out of committee on April 18, 2018
May 7 2018
In order to get on their feet and get back into reproductive form, research has shown that a good fresh period is essential for cows
April 30 2018
$1,320. That’s the price quoted for dairy herd replacements by USDA in its April 2018 Agricultural Prices
April 30 2018
According to Ohio State’s Bill Weiss, error can sidetrack even the best of rations
April 30 2018
Fred and Ethel are the newest and most consistent employees at Jones Farms in Stevinson, Calif. They never miss a milking shift and they follow every protocol with every cow
April 30 2018
One nut has surpassed dairy while another nut is nipping at dairy’s heels
April 30 2018
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to ride in a cattle trailer? Most of us probably haven’t, but Anthony Bontrager, the trucking supervisor for Country View Calves in Shipshewana, Ind.,...
April 23 2018
Farmers get only 30 cents from every $1 spent,” read the headline in the March 26, 2018, Hoard’s Dairyman Intel. When consumers spent $1 on dairy products in 2017, dairy farmers received 30...
April 23 2018
Not that many decades ago, ballottement or “bumping” a cow’s abdomen to check for a calf was a common method of pregnancy detection
April 23 2018
Not quite a year ago, the first dairy company said they would make the transition to selling dairy products that had been produced by cows that were fed feeds free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
April 23 2018
USDA and the University of Missouri’s Food & Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) conduct baseline projections each year for a number of agricultural sectors
April 23 2018
As those of us in dairy circles continue to hope for a recovery, the rest of the economy keeps growing
April 16 2018
The raised without antibiotics (RWA) program has gained steam in consumer circles
April 16 2018
We’ve all heard it before: farmers need to tell their story. But why are the stories behind food so important?
April 16 2018
An area of milk quality that is at times overlooked is emptied milk tankers that haven’t been cleaned
April 16 2018
This week is the middle of the five-week voting period for California milk producers to decide whether they want to become the Federal Milk Marketing Order (FMMO) system’s newest and biggest member
April 16 2018
At $2.61 per pound, butterfat prices climbed 13 percent last year to post a record high in the Northeast Federal Milk Market Order
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