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Aug. 17 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic put quite a strain on labor across the country as employees contracted the disease or were forced to quarantine due to exposure to the virus.
Aug. 17 2020
Extending the time a cow spends resting can be a valuable strategy to bump up herd milk production
Aug. 17 2020
Getting Wisconsin Cheese and dairy products featured on television is a big initiative for Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW)
Aug. 17 2020
The number of daily visits a cow makes to an automated milking system has a notable impact on overall milk production
Aug. 17 2020
Since June 2019, 580 American farms filed for Chapter 12 bankruptcy according to the American Farm Bureau Federation
Aug. 16 2020
A question you will often hear when discussing cattle nutrition is what level of production do you balance for? This question sets the stage for energy, fiber, and ingredient inclusion in the diet
Aug. 13 2020
While producers have until the end of August to sign up for Coronavirus Food Assistance Program payments, only $7 billion has been awarded to 521,853 applications as of August 10
Aug. 13 2020
Cheese prices kept climbing in July and other values stayed relatively flat
Aug. 13 2020
The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues to impact communities across the country, the broader economy, and impacts farmers and the lenders who loan money to them.
Aug. 13 2020
After five difficult years, dairy farmers are once again facing uncertainty in the marketplace
Aug. 10 2020
Negative producer price differentials (PPDs) reared its ugly head in June milk checks and will reappear in July
Aug. 10 2020
“You can’t save your way into making money, you have to make milk,” said Gordie Jones on the August 5 Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream
Aug. 10 2020
The end of July marked the halfway point in the allotted time period for the dispersal of $3 billion through the Farms to Families Food Box program that was instituted by the Coronavirus Food Assistance...
Aug. 10 2020
Recruiting, training, and retaining employees are a few of the most constant challenges a dairy may have
Aug. 10 2020
Genetic evaluations for calving ease will appear significantly different on August 11, the Council for Dairy Cattle Breeding (CDCB) and partner organizations have announced
Aug. 6 2020
Could California’s civil war over quota have a somewhat civil sunset? The potential does exist
Aug. 6 2020
Most dairymen are sick of hearing talk of sustainability . . . in fact, many consider it to be more of a four-letter word when they hear it
Aug. 6 2020
The market volatility of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many farms to take a closer look at their financial statements and, in some cases, wish they would have done things differently
Aug. 6 2020
What area of your dairy received the most scrutiny as you looked to tighten your budgets?
Aug. 6 2020
An old friend of the dairy industry has returned. The “Got Milk?” campaign, which ran from 1993 until its retirement in 2014, is making a comeback
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