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June 10 2021
“The reason every single cattle veterinarian and cattle producer entered the business is because they like cows,” remarked Fred Gingrich on the June 2 Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream...
June 7 2021
During the Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference, Taylor Yohe discussed the balance between weaning calves and maintaining rumen pH levels
June 7 2021
A common misconception is that calves don’t experience heat stress. They are more tolerant of heat than other age groups of cattle but can still experience heat stress losses from in utero
June 7 2021
Like all strategies animal activists use to promote their cause, the hot-button issue of Colorado Ballot Initiative 16 is designed to pull at consumers’ emotions more than it relies on science-based...
June 7 2021
From my standpoint, this is the most onerous initiative that has ever come to light. When it comes to livestock agriculture, it is going for the jugular
June 7 2021
During the last couple of weeks, growing conditions have been getting drier than preferred for forages. Looking to the U.S. drought monitor, a great proportion of the western part of the country is extreme...
June 3 2021
Uncooled dry cows have lower milk production throughout their lactation, found a University of Florida study, but that’s not all
June 3 2021
Animal activists are once again using legislation in an attempt to push their agenda, and this time it’s gaining broader attention as it aims to criminalize such common and necessary livestock practices...
June 3 2021
If you take all of the livestock industry in Colorado from the farm to the consumer, we are about a $40 billion industry
June 2 2021
When the phrase nutrient management is used in agriculture, thoughts often go directly to the farm fields where crops are grown
May 31 2021
Dairy farmers use plans and protocols for many aspects of their operation to aid in animal care, business stability, employee compliance, and more
May 31 2021
When Pennsylvania dairy producer Jason Frye returned to the farm after working 20 years in the technology field, he was looking for the best way to make their 40-cow herd work in today’s economy
May 31 2021
Dry whey prices are at their highest levels since late 2014 and they are adding about $2.74 to the price of Class III milk
May 31 2021
The opportunity to build new infrastructure on a farm is always exciting but also a big undertaking!
May 27 2021
As the hot summer months continue on, it is important to revisit the topic of heat stress
May 27 2021
When a dairy farm sells their milk through a cooperative, they are handing the marketing reins over to that organization and entrusting them with taking the time and effort to find a home for their milk
May 27 2021
Dairy Management Inc. (DMI) is fueling up for National Dairy Month by taking an intense look at reaching the next generation of consumers, Gen Z
May 27 2021
Value-added dairy operations aren’t for the faint of heart, according to Mountain Fresh Creamery’s Jen Glover
May 27 2021
Inflammation is often associated with the symptoms of swelling, pain, redness, and fever. These signs are frequently caused by an infection or tissue damage
May 24 2021
As markets and the dairy industry as a whole continues to change, many dairy producers have investigated value-added processing as an opportunity for their operations
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