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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
Sept. 27 2021
Many dairy farmers grow corn, alfalfa, or both to feed their herd. While both forage sources have benefits, they also have some limitations
Sept. 27 2021
There has been a sharp slowdown in milk production in both the U.S. and the European Union. Feed costs rose quickly, with nearby corn futures going from $3.40 per bushel in early September last year
Sept. 27 2021
When used appropriately, antibiotics play a major role in restoring the health of cows, calves, and heifers on dairy farms
Sept. 27 2021
The first World Dairy Expo in two years kicks off tomorrow, and exhibitors, attendees, presenters, and staff are excited to be back in action for the cattle shows, educational sessions, trade show
Sept. 23 2021
Summer is officially in the rearview mirror, and teachers and kids are back in school. For some, the feeling of being back in the classroom is nearly electric
Sept. 23 2021
So far, 2021 has been an exceptional year for cheese trade, and that’s not likely to change any time soon.“I’m pretty optimistic for the remainder of the year,” said Stephen Cain
Sept. 23 2021
In any system, calf care is done best by individuals who are patient and detail focused
Sept. 23 2021
Where do consumers buy food, home or away?Do food purchases vary by region?How much do consumers spend on dairy?
Sept. 20 2021
When global dairy export is discussed, the conversation often revolves around value and quality. More often than not, it is the availability of the product and its ability to meet regulatory
Sept. 20 2021
Immunity has been an understandable focus for consumers as COVID-19 continues to impact human health
Sept. 20 2021
After decades of U.S. trade policies geared toward expanding market access around the globe, 2020 saw a record 16% of total solids production shipped abroad
Sept. 20 2021
To make a busy week simpler, some people like to plan meals ahead so they don’t have to worry each day what to make for dinner
Sept. 20 2021
While cheese exports are currently approaching record highs, farm gate milk prices are not exactly doing the same
Sept. 16 2021
Success in dairy exports begins with a quality product, but that cannot be the only factor in marketing your business on a global scale
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