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Oct. 14 2021
Dairy farmers are well aware of the importance of feeding colostrum, but getting colostrum into calves is only part of the story
Oct. 11 2021
Evidence continues to mount in favor of folks who eat more dairy fats. The latest research comes from a study involving 4,150 60-year-old Swedish citizens
Oct. 11 2021
It’s well-known within dairy and all of agriculture that producers are proactive leaders in land and water stewardship
Oct. 11 2021
Financial evaluations, crop yields, weather predictions . . . dairy farmers consume and evaluate countless forms of data like this every day
Oct. 11 2021
When people across the world think of Wisconsin, they think of cheese. And for good reason — Wisconsin is The State of Cheese and wins more national and international cheese awards than any other
Oct. 11 2021
Tax deadlines are months away, but now is actually a great time for farms to start tax planning. Corey Clark, a farm business management educator, explained why during a Michigan State University
Oct. 7 2021
In a business like dairy that balances on narrow margins, every chance for improvement offers opportunities to use resources more effectively and more efficiently
Oct. 7 2021
Most people would not consider a barnyard to be a particularly high-tech place or a location where drones might be at work. Even so, you could easily spot a drone flying around at a farm these days
Oct. 7 2021
What do top-tier dairy producers have in common?That was one question posed to a panel of agricultural financial lenders during the World Dairy Expo’s educational seminar
Oct. 7 2021
For only the second time since 1994, domestic cheese sales in the United States fell when compared to the previous year. In both instances, it took an economic shockwave to stop the sales ascent
Oct. 4 2021
“It will be a disaster!” That was my thought last month when I learned that my laboratory technician was moving to another state and, therefore, leaving the laboratory in September
Oct. 4 2021
China is expected to slow their milk powder import needs in the coming months. If other global importers cannot pick up the slack, downside price risk will be rippling through global dairy markets
Oct. 4 2021
Whether building new or remodeling an existing facility, the ultimate goal of cow comfort should be driving the decision-making process
Oct. 4 2021
Dairy product consumption continued its growth trajectory despite the pandemic. In fact, American consumers ate more dairy products in eight of the past 10 years
Oct. 4 2021
Holsteins of both colors swept this year’s World Dairy Expo Supreme Champion ceremony as the busy week of World Dairy Expo’s cattle shows came to a crescendo Saturday afternoon, October 2
Sept. 30 2021
Milk pricing just may be one of the most complex topics in American agriculture
Sept. 30 2021
When designing a barn for voluntary milking systems or robots, one big decision is how many cows can be milked per machine
Sept. 30 2021
In the last several decades, the U.S. has quietly become the leading cheese exporter on the global market
Sept. 30 2021
Walk down a grocery store aisle these days and it can feel like you’re traversing the Las Vegas strip: eye-catching signs of every shape and color hope to reel you in to what they’re selling
Sept. 27 2021
The triple combination of subdued milk prices, higher feed costs, and higher beef prices caused dairy farmers to send more cows to the stockyards when compared to the same time last year
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