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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
June 18 2018
After losing $1.99 per hundredweight in 2017, New Mexico dairy farms lost another $1.18 per hundredweight in 2018, according to farm financial data gathered by Frazer Certified Public Accountants and Consultants
June 18 2018
In addition to all the nutritional benefits dairy foods can offer growing children, new research has unveiled yet another positive reason to drink milk
June 18 2018
The world is filled with an almost endless variety of jobs. Not the tasks, but the professions people go into
June 18 2018
June 1 — that was USDA’s original deadline for dairy farmers to sign up for USDA’s Margin Protection Program for Dairy (MPP-Dairy) for 2018 coverage
June 18 2018
“Sometimes we focus on yield and not what’s important,” Oak Point Agronomics’s Ev Thomas said when discussing the feeding of brown midrib (BMR) corn silage
June 11 2018
Nearly every dairy herd is affected by lameness at some point, and for many, it is a persistent problem. Hoof problems don’t have to be accepted as a fact of dairy cow life, though
June 11 2018
A nightmare animal health scenario has hit New Zealand’s dairy industry and government officials are taking painful steps to deal with it
June 11 2018
Larger U.S. milk supplies require growing consumer demand — both in America and abroad
June 11 2018
Despair, depression, or even a sense of no other way out of a problem can cause people to do the unthinkable — take their own life
June 11 2018
Each year, the Hoard’s Dairyman and Hay & Forage Grower editorial staffs dedicate three or four days to a team wide photo trip
June 4 2018
The dairy industry does not need more access to foreign workers, as detailed in the May 21, 2018, Hoard’s Dairyman Intel “We have a window for immigration reform.”
June 4 2018
One out of 7 — on one day of each seven-day week, every U.S. dairy cow produces milk for the international market
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