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March 20 2023
When retaining employees is as important as it is in the current labor market, keeping your team engaged in their work and their workplace makes all the difference. For Pete Posnett of Willow Behrer Farms,...
March 20 2023
I had an actual conversation with Microsoft Bing’s new A.I. . . . as in artificial intelligence . . . chatbot this morning. After so much press about this new A.I. tool’s usefulness to regular...
March 20 2023
Someone must make the first move when it comes to farm transition planning. According to Liz Griffith, a human resource consultant for Encore Consultants, the process would ideally be initiated by the...
March 20 2023
FDA’s split-decision draft guidance on plant-based beverage labeling offered last month gave everyone something to be mad about. For dairy producers and consumers, the fact the agency would allow...
March 13 2023
The butterfat found in milk carries the flavor consumers have grown to savor when eating dairy products
March 13 2023
Cybersecurity isn’t a glamorous topic to write about or discuss. However, that doesn’t diminish its importance
March 13 2023
Referring to dairy processing as a supply chain is much too simplistic, believes Chuck Turner. Instead, the word the fluid milk bottler thinks best describes the complexity of these operations is “matrix.”
March 13 2023
Beef semen sales have soared over the past decade, in large part due to the growing use of beef sires in dairy animals
March 13 2023
According to enrollment reports issued by USDA’s Farm Service Agency, the percentage of established production history enrolled in the Dairy Margin Coverage (DMC) program climbed to 78.5% for 2023
March 6 2023
Technology should be useful and easily understood if it’s going to bring value to dairy farmers and their employees
March 6 2023
The 2001 emergence of foot and mouth disease rocked livestock producers in the United Kingdom and beyond with mass cullings and product movement bans
March 6 2023
Increasingly, dairy herds are being built with beef in mind. While that changes supply chains, it doesn’t change the need for quality calf care
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