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July 1 2021
Perhaps it’s not surprising to those who watched the evolution of dairy trade agreements between Canada and the United States
July 1 2021
The border relationship between the United States and Canada is generally a healthy one, but it’s become more obvious, particularly in the last year, that dairy is a contentious trade issue
June 28 2021
U.S. dairy’s value as a global solution has never been more apparent than it has been this year, with exports reaching records and domestic consumption also at historically high levels
June 28 2021
During the Four State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference, University of Illinois dairy extension specialist Derek Nolan shared a tool that can be used to measure the impact of heat stress on a dairy...
June 28 2021
Combating udder infection is one of the most important tasks a dairy farm can undertake to keep cows healthy, comfortable, and productive
June 28 2021
The natural instinct of a dairy farmer is to prioritize the cows. Commonly, cows are the first to eat, first to receive fresh bedding, and even the first to get a pedicure in the form of a hoof trim
June 28 2021
It would be easy to blame the recent price weakness on very strong milk supply. U.S. milk production in May was up 4.6% from last year
June 24 2021
As high-quality milk produced in a sustainable way is growing in demand from consumers, more milk buyers are adopting methods to help their farmers meet that need
June 24 2021
Dairy farmers work day in and day out to provide affordable, nutrient-rich dairy foods like milk, yogurt, and cheese for American and global consumers
June 24 2021
University of Illinois’ Jim Drackley discussed colostrum and transfer of passive immunity during the Four State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference
June 24 2021
“Could artificial insemination become illegal?”That was the question posed in our May 10, 2021, Hoard’s Dairyman Intel centered on the Colorado Ballot Initiative 2020 to 2021 No. 16
June 21 2021
When consumers spend $1 on dairy products, dairy farmers receive 30 cents of that dollar. That’s according to the latest research by USDA’s Economic Research Service
June 21 2021
Automated monitoring in the dairy industry seems to have advanced nearly as quickly and completely over the last few decades as the smartphones in our pockets
June 21 2021
We’ve all seen it: An image of a dairy cow and calf, standing together in a pasture, on the label of a gallon of milk or another dairy product
June 21 2021
Did you know food service accounts for more than 60% of Wisconsin cheese consumption?
June 21 2021
I have noticed lately in a few conversations with clients that we have wondered whether an ingredient we were discussing was $250 per ton or $350 per ton
June 17 2021
Are pickup trucks becoming too big? That’s the question posed in, “The Hidden Danger of Big Trucks,” by Keith Barry in the July 2021 edition of Consumer Reports
June 17 2021
It’s not often that you’ll hear a dairy farmer say, “I have too much good help.” Finding dedicated employees to accomplish everything that must get done on the farm can be time-consuming
June 17 2021
Unprecedented large negative producer price differentials (PPDs) have bedeviled dairy producer’s milk checks over the past year
June 17 2021
In a panel discussion during the virtual Four State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference, two dairy nutritionist shared insight on how top-level herds maximize milk production
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