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July 16 2018
A new word, nutrichondriac, has evolved to define the group of individuals who have a “preoccupation with negative details of one’s diet and a propensity to self-diagnose food intolerances...
July 16 2018
The veterinarian who started a cooperative, partners with Coca-Cola in a hit milk product, and operates perhaps the biggest agro tourism site in the U.S., sees a dairy future filled with milking robots
July 16 2018
Citing market conditions that are in a “state of flux, aggravated by challenging national dairy product markets,” National All-Jersey and its fellow proponents withdrew their proposal for a...
July 16 2018
With a growing world population, we hear time and again that we will have to feed more people with fewer farmers and less resources
July 9 2018
The number of calf barns with automated feeders is certainly on the rise. More and more farmers are going that route for their calf raising needs
July 9 2018
With both the House of Representatives and Senate passing unique versions of the 2018 Farm Bill, future dairy policy direction becomes clearer
July 9 2018
One of the most important jobs on the farm is formulating and feeding rations that optimize cows’ genetic potential to produce milk without breaking the bank
July 9 2018
It’s no surprise that just about everything that goes into making milk is expensive
July 9 2018
The world’s milk production could climb by 35 percent, predicted researchers associated with the IFCN Dairy Research Centre. South Asia, anchored by India and Pakistan, could lead the way, expanding...
July 2 2018
When it comes to animal welfare, the easiest metrics to measure are health related . . . but welfare goes beyond the body. It can also vary from animal to animal
July 2 2018
SilageSnap, a new app available this July for your mobile device, can provide dairy producers and custom operators an accurate method for checking the kernel processor roller settings during harvest
July 2 2018
On many farms, it’s well understood that the calf’s first meal is of vital importance
July 2 2018
I’m sometimes asked by dairy farmers why they no longer see the checkoff’s advertising on television like they used to
July 2 2018
To say that most consumers know little about dairy farming might be generous — and rounding their average knowledge level down to zero might not be totally unfair
June 25 2018
Crave Brothers Farm in Waterloo, Wis., has grown and changed over the years
June 25 2018
Constant improvement — better genetics, more pregnancies, less disease . . . the list is endless
June 25 2018
Employee turnover rates over the last 12 months ranged from 11 percent to 44 percent for the majority of the 200 dairy farms included in the UW Cooperative Extension and UW Center for Dairy Profitability...
June 25 2018
Trade has been dominating the headlines
June 25 2018
It’s official — California’s dairy producers voted to approve a Federal Milk Marketing Order (FMMO) for the entire state of California
June 18 2018
I just read the information in the item “Mycoplasma outbreak hits New Zealand” in the June 11 Hoard’s Dairyman Intel
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