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Aug. 1 2022
For New York dairy farmer Skip Hardie, the last several years can be summed up in one statement. “Our farm went through financial hell for the last six-plus years as I'm sure a lot of your listener
Aug. 1 2022
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) revised down their Gross Domestic Product (GDP) forecasts for most countries this week. Overall, resource-rich regions fared better with GDP forecasts for some of
July 28 2022
The contribution farmers make to the dairy checkoff is used in many ways to promote the consumption of milk and dairy products
July 28 2022
“Solar needs land. So do farms. Will that drive up food prices?” That’s a question posed by Barron’s Lisa Beilfuss her article in the July 25, 2022, edition of the financial publication
July 28 2022
Despite tight supplies, milk continued to flow to cheese vats in the second quarter of 2022 with cheese manufacturers building inventories to record levels
July 28 2022
Bread and milk: two key foods that get snatched off grocery store shelves whenever an emergency seems to be looming. The majority of Americans rely on milk as a important meal time staple
July 25 2022
Labor shortages seem to span nearly every industry across the country. A combination of two factors – employees of the Baby Boomer generation reaching retirement and lower labor participation
July 25 2022
Almost every segment of the U.S. economy has felt the impact of inflation, and dairy is no exception. During the July 20, 2022, Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream, CoBank’s Tanner Ehmke outlin
July 25 2022
U.S. cheesemakers of all sizes are united around food safety. It is seen as a shared responsibility deeply embedded in members of the checkoff-founded Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy
July 25 2022
With inflation so out of hand, last month the Federal Reserve enacted the highest single-month interest rate jump since 1994
July 25 2022
Lancaster County in Pennsylvania continues to be the lone county east of the Mississippi River that helps produce 25% of the nation’s milk
July 21 2022
The dairy industry was big data long before it was cool to be big data
July 21 2022
Many factors contribute to positive results when managing cows in an automated milking system
July 21 2022
The best time to strategize about heat stress mitigation is early spring when there is still some frost on the ground in the mornings
July 21 2022
New Zealand’s Global Dairy Trade (GDT) may be a harbinger of U.S. milk prices this coming fall and winter
July 18 2022
“Refuel with chocolate milk” has become a popular tagline for the dairy industry in recent years, and with good reason
July 18 2022
Rapidly rising interest rates, fears of a recession, and some signs of backed off spending by consumers due to high inflation are among the concerns that have dulled many commodity markets this July
July 18 2022
Drug residues in truckloads of milk again reached a record low in 2021, affecting only one out of every 12,500 loads — a reduction of more than 90% over the past two decades
July 18 2022
When evaluating calf housing, we must look at what will work best for the producer and the calf.“We can’t forget about the calf,” stated University of Minnesota’s Whitney Knauer
July 18 2022
Recent reductions in milk supplies have contributed to record milk prices. The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s most recent monthly outlook projects that annual 2022 milk production
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