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Oct. 6 2022
The number one challenge for young farmers and young people who want to get into farming is access to land, the 2022 National Young Farmer Survey recently reported
Oct. 3 2022
When consumers spend $1 on dairy products, dairy farmers receive 29 cents of that dollar. That’s according to the latest research by USDA’s Economic Research Service
Oct. 3 2022
With any disease, early detection is critical to minimizing the illness’ impact. That requires skill not only in recognizing that something is wrong, but also in knowing how to define what is happen
Oct. 3 2022
The COVID-19 pandemic changed many consumer behaviors, and perhaps one of the most striking is the turn toward online grocery shopping
Oct. 3 2022
Recently, the Federal Reserve, simply known to many as the Fed, once again raised interest rates with the purpose of bringing down the inflation rate
Oct. 3 2022
With this year’s USDA report on per-capita U.S. dairy consumption, the industry has finally moved past the 1960s. In terms of favor with the American public, dairy has returned to 1959
Sept. 29 2022
The Farm Workforce Modernization Act had gained significant momentum when it passed the U.S. House of Representatives by a 59% margin last year. However, the momentum did not carry over into the Senat
Sept. 29 2022
When considering that a growing world population will need nourishment in the decades to come and that U.S. milk production has the ability to continue to grow, the question is not if our domestic industry...
Sept. 29 2022
Many of today’s dairy cows are housed in facilities with concrete floors. While several environmental and management factors can contribute to dairy cow lameness, the housing environment and surface
Sept. 29 2022
“The question isn’t if exports will grow; it’s how, and what are we focused on?” Robert Chesler, United Dairymen of Arizona CEO, said as introduction to his comments on dairy exports
Sept. 26 2022
Thanks to the combination of 5% fewer U.S. acres planted in corn this year and a slight reduced estimate of per acre yield compared to 2021
Sept. 26 2022
“PPDs” had become a four-letter word in dairy farmers’ lexicon when negative producer price differentials (PPDs) exploded onto the scene in June 2020 at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
Sept. 26 2022
Calcium is one of the many attributes of milk that we often share when promoting the consumption of dairy products
Sept. 26 2022
The title of this article was the lead off question during the September 14, 2022, Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream
Sept. 26 2022
At times this fall, wholesale natural gas prices in Europe have spiked nearly 3,000% higher than they were in the fall of 2020
Sept. 22 2022
It’s been true of domestic markets for some time, but export markets have seen a change in recent years that has caused U.S. exporters to switch gears, encouraging higher value products
Sept. 22 2022
We have all seen the cows that experience extreme inflammation at the time of calving, those with swelling in the udder and beyond
Sept. 22 2022
Flavored beverage milk sales are up 51.6% over the first seven months of this year when compared to the same time last year within California’s Federal Order No. 51
Sept. 22 2022
What makes a good-tasting cheese?That can be a loaded question because every consumer has their own preferences, palette, and opinions on what characteristics make them want to enjoy a food
Sept. 16 2022
The September Hoard’s Dairyman webinar title posed the question, “Inflammation: Friend or foe?” Presenter Barry Bradford’s response to that question was, “It’s both.”Inflammation...
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