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April 18 2024
The detection of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in dairy cows has dominated most of my conversations in late March and early April
April 15 2024
Two of the biggest televised events in the nation — the Grammys and the Oscars — featured hosts who quipped at Americans’ usage of Ozempic for weight loss
April 15 2024
The April 1 deadline for interested parties to submit posthearing briefs summing up their arguments for changes to the Federal Milk Marketing Orders (FMMO) has passed
April 15 2024
“Compensatory growth never works in our favor,” said Margaret Quaassdorff during a Cornell Cooperative Extension webinar
April 15 2024
A growing number of dairy producers are using beef semen on their farms, and perhaps no statistic highlights that point better than the remarkable growth in domestic beef semen sales
April 11 2024
We are entering a busy time on most dairy farms, with spring planting being a top priority along with so many other day-to-day responsibilities
April 11 2024
The term neutral detergent fiber (NDF) is familiar to most dairy producers and industry professionals
April 11 2024
Now that the strange symptoms observed in small pockets of U.S. dairy cattle that first gained widespread attention last month have been attributed to avian influenza, the question turns to how the disease...
April 11 2024
The U.S. Department of Agriculture shared finalized changes to the federally funded Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children on Tuesday
April 8 2024
We now have another way of communicating yogurt’s health benefits to consumers
April 8 2024
The use of beef sires on dairy cattle has gained popularity over the last few years on farms around across the country
April 8 2024
What does compliance look like on your dairy? Maybe it involves following a protocol closely to complete a job
April 8 2024
Seven regions around the world account for 80% of global dairy trade: the European Union, the United States, New Zealand, Australia, Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay
April 4 2024
Following the confirmation of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in dairy cattle in the states of Texas, New Mexico, Kansas, Idaho, and Michigan, a human case of HPAI has also been identified
April 4 2024
Dairy farmers hold many titles; they are accountants, managers, nutritionists, agronomists, and mechanics all in one, not to mention many more titles that we could add to the list
April 4 2024
Exports are critical to America’s dairy farmers and processors
April 4 2024
After the U.S. dairy industry experienced years of declining fertility in our cows, the trend finally turned around by the early 2000s
April 1 2024
Dairy farming involves a daily mix of old and new knowledge
April 1 2024
Timely breeding of replacements has long been a goal of competitive dairy producers in order to limit overall days on feed
April 1 2024
It still feels like winter in many parts of the country, but if the temperature swings of this season and the trend of last summer are any indication, it may not be long before we need to consider how...
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