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Feb. 6 2023
It is time the dairy industry has a serious discussion about improving and modernizing the price discovery tools used to value milk and dairy products
Feb. 6 2023
Even with an excellent milking routine and clean, dry bedding, having healthy teats can be the difference between infection occurring or not
Feb. 6 2023
Plant-based companies continue to use dairy terms on their products, violating labeling laws while the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) looks the other way
Feb. 3 2023
As dairy producers, we are also beef producers, since culled dairy cattle are one piece of the livestock and meat sector
Feb. 2 2023
Consider the health and wellness of the animals living in the barn and the people working there to make the best decision
Feb. 2 2023
Just like a rollercoaster, milk prices have been moving up and down within very short periods. Consider that in January 2022, the All-Milk price started at $24.20 per hundredweight (cwt.)
Feb. 2 2023
We have a farm bill by this September if certain requirements are met
Jan. 30 2023
There’s a 65% chance of a recession
Jan. 30 2023
In the April 2023 sire summary release, Semex, will publish a methane index will be available for all of their Holstein sires
Jan. 30 2023
We are optimistic about Chinese dairy demand in 2023, but we are also concerned that its growing milk production may limit import growth during 2023
Jan. 30 2023
U.S. dairy exports carried major momentum into the final quarter of 2022, with nearly all the major dairy products showing year-over-year improvement
Jan. 30 2023
Dairy Business Association’s Dairy Strong conference encouraged audience members to run for political office
Jan. 26 2023
When it comes to the nation’s milk output, the number of dairy cows and milk production per cow are two key factors. University of Wisconsin’s Mark Stephenson reviewed where these numbers went...
Jan. 26 2023
It is not always easy to give up control and delegate tasks. Putting our trust in someone else to get the job done can come with reservations that they will not do it correctly or to our standards. It
Jan. 26 2023
Every five years, work on the farm bill becomes a focus in both the House of Representatives and Senate. As Congress begins to wrestle with the nutrition and agriculture portions of the bill, they are
Jan. 26 2023
“We have a little too much supply and a little less demand to start the dairy year out,” shared Rabobank’s Mary Ledman at the dairy market outlook session at the International Dairy Foods...
Jan. 23 2023
It used to be that agriculture lobbying groups and stakeholders were hyper-focused on the movements and decisions surrounding the farm bill. While that’s still true, and 2023 will feature impo
Jan. 23 2023
Many factors play a role in determining milk prices, and one of them is the global dairy market. The good news for U.S. dairy is that worldwide demand for our products continues to grow. In 2022, 18%
Jan. 23 2023
Though it is colloquially called and commonly referenced as the farm bill, the robust package of agriculture legislation that Congress deals with every five years has much broader implications than th
Jan. 23 2023
The beginning of each new Congress is marked by a period of temporary excitement, borne of optimism that legislators will put aside political differences to finally enact solutions to problems affecti
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