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Sept. 7 2020
There’s something funky in the air, and it’s not America’s award-winning cheeses. The European Union (EU) is waging a multi-front campaign against American-made cheeses, putting U.S....
Sept. 7 2020
California’s game plan to reduce methane will allow their dairy farms to offset greenhouse gas emissions and achieve climate neutrality
Sept. 3 2020
On a 17-day journey from Napier, New Zealand, to the Port of Jingtang in Tangshan, China, a cargo ship carrying 5,867 head of cattle and 43 crew members capsized last week
Aug. 31 2020
“Never stand behind a horse” were the words my grandfather periodically repeated during my childhood at the farm. Thanks to him, I learned at a young age that I could be kicked and severely...
Aug. 31 2020
Nongrowing season is a critical period for managing phosphorus losses in runoff
Aug. 31 2020
Providing palatable milks with school lunches is only half the battle in developing dairy habits in children
Aug. 31 2020
Although California and the Western U.S. are making headlines for excessively high temperatures and effects from fires such as smoke, dairy analysts don’t anticipate much loss on milk production
Aug. 24 2020
It’s been nearly six months since COVID-19 shuttered schools across the country
Aug. 24 2020
Viewers took the opportunity on the August 19 episode of Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream to ask registered dietician Yvonne Greer her viewpoint on alternative milk beverages
Aug. 24 2020
With the 2020 turmoil, I sense this time of the year brings excitement and a sense of purpose for many
Aug. 24 2020
Could dairy’s “V-shaped” price recovery transcend into a “W-shaped” price downturn? If shifted from a “V” to a “W-shaped” milk price graph, the markets...
Aug. 24 2020
Post-lockdown dairy demand is both fantastic and terrible. It is hard to make sense out of all the individual data points
Aug. 17 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic put quite a strain on labor across the country as employees contracted the disease or were forced to quarantine due to exposure to the virus.
Aug. 17 2020
Extending the time a cow spends resting can be a valuable strategy to bump up herd milk production
Aug. 17 2020
Getting Wisconsin Cheese and dairy products featured on television is a big initiative for Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW)
Aug. 17 2020
The number of daily visits a cow makes to an automated milking system has a notable impact on overall milk production
Aug. 17 2020
Since June 2019, 580 American farms filed for Chapter 12 bankruptcy according to the American Farm Bureau Federation
Aug. 16 2020
A question you will often hear when discussing cattle nutrition is what level of production do you balance for? This question sets the stage for energy, fiber, and ingredient inclusion in the diet
Aug. 10 2020
Negative producer price differentials (PPDs) reared its ugly head in June milk checks and will reappear in July
Aug. 10 2020
“You can’t save your way into making money, you have to make milk,” said Gordie Jones on the August 5 Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream
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