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Aug. 13 2018
It’s conference time in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives when it comes to a new farm bill
Aug. 13 2018
While the Hoard’s Dairyman Bull List will be available in the August 25 issue, we are making it available to readers here as well
Aug. 6 2018
With prices ranging $1,170 to $1,250 per head, replacement values in the Great Lake States region are well below the U.S. average of $1,320
Aug. 6 2018
Will your dairy farm business transfer to the next generation? Business succession planning will help transfer those assets. The process requires a team of professionals such as a tax specialist, att
Aug. 6 2018
Most farm expenditures continue to rise in price, and calf care costs are no exception
Aug. 6 2018
The online Urban Dictionary defines the metaphor of an 800-pound gorilla as “a seemingly unbeatable presence always to be reckoned with; whose experience, influence, and skill threatens to defeat...
Aug. 6 2018
“For bunker silos and drive-over piles and similar storage methods, the uppermost layer of forage is more prone to oxygen exposure and loss of dry matter and nutrients,” Iowa State’s...
July 30 2018
After reading your Hoard’s Dairyman Intel “Multiple component pricing a no-go for now,” I am confused
July 30 2018
There are not so many clean cooks in the kitchen these days according to a new study from USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service
July 30 2018
By most accounts, heifer rearing is the second- or third-largest cost category on dairy farms
July 30 2018
Slowly but surely, California dairy farms are helping to reduce some of the state’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions
July 30 2018
Even if you have high-quality colostrum, that colostrum must be fed to calves right after birth to stimulate passive transfer of immunoglobulins that ultimately creates immunity in newborn calves
July 30 2018
While President Donald Trump works toward what he considers free, fair, and reciprocal trade deals, agricultural producers of all kinds have been hit hard
July 23 2018
I would like to provide some perspective after reading your Hoard’s Dairyman Intel item “What will the dairy world look like in 2030?”
July 23 2018
Numbers recently released by USDA showed that signing up for MPP-Dairy (Margin Protection Program for Dairy) was a worthwhile effort for many dairy producers
July 23 2018
“If you want 99-plus percent of calves to live, follow the ‘big four’ at calving,” shared Lane Sollenberger with those attending the First International Conference of Calf and Heifer...
July 23 2018
For a group of dairy farmers, the Farm Wisconsin Discovery Center has been a vision for over eight years
July 23 2018
Three headlines sum up which industry is seeing early casualties in the just-launched trade war between the U.S. and its biggest customers
July 23 2018
In a mid-March omnibus bill, the Dairy Pride Act was passed through Congress instructing the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to take action in restricting the use of the word “milk” on labeling...
July 16 2018
I know everything is political now, and there is no patience for a farm bill policy discussion
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