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April 2 2018
The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) proposed a temporary rule published in the March 30, 2018, Federal Register that would bump Class I milk prices up by 9 cents per hundredweight for a seven-month...
April 2 2018
Yogurt has been a darling of the dairy case, expanding in per capita consumption while fluid milk intake continues to fall
April 2 2018
In your March 25 Hoard’s Dairyman Intel, “Consider economic culling,” the one item not taken into account is the size of the cow
April 2 2018
Is there something in blackberries that really improves the reproductive performance of dairy cows?
April 2 2018
After an arduous journey, the Golden State’s dairy farmers will have their chance to cast a ballot on establishing a Federal Milk Marketing Order (FMMO) in California
March 26 2018
With the rising cost of labor and the declining number of people willing to work on dairies, Viterbo University’s Tom Thibodeau suggested farmers need to embrace a culture of caring on the farm
March 26 2018
The sooner calf dehydration is detected, the more likely treatment will be effective
March 26 2018
When consumers spent $1 on dairy products in 2017, dairy farmers received 30 cents of that dollar
March 26 2018
Ordinarily we think that culling cows falls into two categories — involuntary and voluntary
March 26 2018
The National Animal Health Monitoring System’s Dairy 2014 survey found that weaning age had shifted compared to its 2007 survey
March 19 2018
With low milk prices still prevailing throughout the land, it’s hard to fathom that U.S. dairy cow numbers will climb, not fall, over the next decade
March 19 2018
“Cows don’t need feed, they need nutrients,” shared Ohio State’s Bill Weiss at the recent Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin annual meeting
March 19 2018
U.S. dairying will cross another pause-to-consider threshold in 2018: The total number of farms that are licensed to sell milk will fall below 40,000
March 19 2018
We consider dairy farming to be an occupation, a way of life, and often a family tradition
March 19 2018
There was a time when mastitis ravaged dairy herds across the globe
March 12 2018
While labor efficiency rose 2.3, labor costs climbed 7.2 percent, wiping away any gains in getting more work done on a daily basis through implementing technology
March 12 2018
A new study found that cows fed all grass produced milk with a more desirable balance of omega-6 and omega-3 fatty acids
March 12 2018
Extra milk production throughout the country again this spring means some milk cooperatives have introduced quotas for milk production
March 12 2018
While findings from the 2017 Census of Agriculture will not be released for quite some time, the annual count of licensed dairy operations contained in the February Milk Production report from USDA offers...
March 12 2018
At $2.2 million per farm, equity positions reached a new pinnacle for U.S. dairy farmers in 2016
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