March 14 2023
It’s meeting season. This is that tiny sliver of time when winter seems to have backed off enough to not be as big of a trouble (although this winter seems to be testing that, or maybe we are just...
March 13 2023
If the past year has taught me anything, it’s the importance of having options in the grocery store
March 13 2023
Datamars entered the activity monitoring marketplace last year with the launch of the Tru-Test Active Tag system
March 10 2023
Sports and the dairy industry go well together. Both require a dedicated work ethic and a commitment to something greater than yourself — for an athlete, that’s their team, and for a farmer,...
March 9 2023
Ah, March: that one month that starts out cold, chilly, snowy, and mostly miserable, but typically turns sunny, windy, and bearable
March 7 2023
Most days, 5:30 a.m. finds me at a local gym. The format is a group training session that lasts 45 minutes. It is efficient and leaves no time to chat
March 6 2023
I’m sure several farmers can recall a time when they have reached a point where the next step in trying to repair their equipment is taking it back to the dealer. I
March 6 2023
Inoculants can be formulated with multiple different strains of bacteria and enzymes based on their targeted end use, allowing farmers to choose products that fit their individual needs
March 3 2023
We’re gearing up for a very rare occasion on our farm — my mom and dad are taking multiple days off to go visit one of our relatives in Florida!
March 2 2023
Agricultural occupations have been dominated historically by men, but women are making their stamp on the industry. In the United States, 1.2 million producers are now female
March 1 2023
The strong work ethic reputation that farm kids carry most often comes from job responsibilities that began at a young age
Feb. 27 2023
During this school year, I have the pleasure of being an intern with Edge Dairy Cooperative, a group that is partnered with Minnesota Milk Producers Association
Feb. 27 2023
The reasons and opportunities for adding anaerobic digester technology to dairy farms are many. Most projects are based on the goals of reducing the dairy’s environmental footprint, adding a new...
Feb. 24 2023
If you’re involved in agriculture, the chances are high that you’ve seen FFA emblems around your community and over social media this week
Feb. 23 2023
Does it ever irk anyone else when someone says, “You’re too young to be tired”?
Feb. 22 2023
Pennsylvania dairy farmers dressed their calves to promote dairy
Feb. 21 2023
Dr. George Heersche taught us that details matter to the health of the whole.
Feb. 20 2023
Whether it is maximizing production, maintaining herd health, or controlling cost, feeding high quality forage is a key component. There have been significant technological advances in how producers g
Feb. 17 2023
Maintaining hoof health is a continuous goal on our dairy, and regular trimming helps us achieve this
Feb. 16 2023
For the past few weeks, we have been keeping our eye on one amazing cow that has far exceeded our production expectations