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June 27 2024
Milk has long been a staple of healthy diets, but today’s consumers are looking for additional benefits then when they pick up their glass
June 27 2024
Dairy farmers invest a considerable amount of money and effort in fans, sprinklers, shade, and other animal-cooling methods in order to avoid the reduced productivity and well-being that comes from heat...
June 27 2024
Modern disc mowers are good at what they do
June 27 2024
In USDA’s most recent Milk Production report, May milk output was 19.7 million pounds, down 0.9% from the same month a year before
June 24 2024
During the summer months, cow cooling becomes fundamental to animal care
June 24 2024
For dairy-beef crossbred animals to retain the value that dairy farmers benefit from, the backgrounders and feedlots that feed them out must know how to fit these animals into their systems and help them...
June 24 2024
The high-protein dairy beverage market is experiencing significant growth due to greater consumer interest in health and wellness products
June 24 2024
Demand for butter has been strong in the United States, and that clearly is the case around the world as well
June 20 2024
Inflation affects our daily lives in all aspects, but do we understand its meaning and how it applies to agriculture?
June 20 2024
In the 8th edition of Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle, the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (also known as NASEM) put more emphasis on forage neutral detergent fiber (NDF)...
June 20 2024
Pathogens that cause mastitis can be transferred via the environment or the milking process
June 20 2024
As I watch the current marketing and other information on the modern world of cow cooling, I look back and smile at how we got here
June 17 2024
If you have ever listened to radio broadcaster Paul Harvey’s “So God Made a Farmer” speech that was given at the 1978 National FFA convention, it’s easy to understand that farmers...
June 17 2024
On dairy farms, efforts to improve feed efficiency often revolve around the lactating cows, but other groups within the herd can be an important part of the puzzle
June 17 2024
No one wants to have cows limping through their barn, afflicted with lameness
June 17 2024
It feels like highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) is having a big impact on U.S. milk production and dairy prices, but the true effect still isn’t showing up in the actual supply and demand...
June 13 2024
Although I didn’t grow up on a farm, I can trace my family’s industry roots back to the dairy farm my great-grandparents owned and operated in the late 1800s
June 13 2024
Feeding cows in a way that maximizes production and income over feed costs starts with a healthy rumen
June 13 2024
While many pandemic-era export issues have eased, an emerging threat to secure, reliable U.S. rail shipping is worsening
June 13 2024
For the second time in less than five years, the viability of the dairy show and fair season is up in the air because of the threat of disease
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