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Feb. 11 2019
Kinnard Farms in Casco, Wis., could be considered an early adopter when it comes to bedding with sand
Feb. 4 2019
Ballot initiatives are not only commonplace in states such as California, but in countries like Switzerland, too
Feb. 4 2019
In tight economic times, everything comes under the radar, and heifer care and growth has been no exception. We’ve written both about raising healthy heifers more quickly and managing heifer inventories...
Feb. 4 2019
Only GENYOUth — cofounded by the National Football League (NFL) and the National Dairy Council — could bring together teachers, nutritionists, and professional athletes to help improve nutrition...
Feb. 4 2019
University of Wisconsin’s Mark Stephenson forecasts that the 2019 Class III price will be up by 80 cents over last year
Feb. 4 2019
Mycotoxins are a buzzword again this winter, following what seems to be a cyclical trend that features a wet harvest every few years
Jan. 28 2019
High on the list of reasons for weak farm milk prices . . . and it’s easy to make a case it is number one . . . is too many cows
Jan. 28 2019
With each passing year, expectations continue to be placed on dairy producers across the country with a focal point being on-farm environmental practices
Jan. 28 2019
“The goal of a good dry cow program is to promote high dry matter intake immediately after calving and manage dietary and body energy levels,” explained the University of Illinois’ Jim...
Jan. 28 2019
Given the current dairy economy, most among us may have the feeling that farms that have minimized debt in recent years has allowed them to survive the current crisis
Jan. 28 2019
When it comes to the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USCMA), Under Secretary Ted McKinney calls it “a huge win,” especially for dairy
Jan. 21 2019
With losses ranging from 8 cents in California’s San Joaquin Valley to $2.72 per hundredweight in Arizona, most West Coast dairy farmers are facing the dire economic conditions
Jan. 21 2019
For some young dairy producers that have made the decision to return to the home farm, there is an important step that comes first
Jan. 21 2019
We build dairy barns for cows, but birds are often unwanted guests that also make themselves at home
Jan. 21 2019
The Penn State Particle Separator provides a tool to objectively measure particle size of forages and total mixed rations (TMR) on farms
Jan. 21 2019
Dairy farmers and cheesemakers from across America put a great deal of care into producing some of the world’s best cheeses
Jan. 14 2019
Dairy farmers painfully know that the past four years of low milk prices have drained balance sheets
Jan. 14 2019
For anyone with a food allergy, certain foods can bring consequences that range from uncomfortable to life-threatening. Such allergies are nothing to take lightly
Jan. 14 2019
Farm transitions rarely go exactly as planned. Much like anything in life, there are both joys and hard moments to estate and succession planning
Jan. 14 2019
A petition drive that backers hope will lead to a dairy producer referendum that eliminates the milk market pool quota system in California is blamed for “panic selling” of quota in December
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