Jan. 25 2023
Inspiration is good, but we also need to recognize the truth of our own lives and abilities
Jan. 24 2023
The 93rd Hoard’s Dairyman Cow Judging Contest is ready for your entries
Jan. 23 2023
In about two short years, heifer calves born today will reach the milking herd. Ensure their success by making sure those two years are full of good health. One disease that robs future productiv
Jan. 23 2023
California dairy farmers face their own kinds of struggles, and I’m glad I learned more about their style!
Jan. 19 2023
Finding chore boots that keep feet warm, dry, and comfortable seems to be a continuing struggle for many farmers
Jan. 18 2023
If health and wellness are among your goals for 2023, adding more milk and other dairy products to your diet may be the perfect fit
Jan. 17 2023
Two of our dairy’s key advisers retired recently. Now, we are looking forward to developing new relationships with their successors
Jan. 16 2023
As the “Your Dairy Checkoff” podcast starts its third year featuring farmer hosts, dairy industry guests, and in-depth conversations about dairy products and farming promotion, we want to thank
Jan. 16 2023
Rising protein costs have producers searching for opportunities to secure predictable feed costs while also ensuring consistent milk and component production. The question you may ask: is this a
Jan. 13 2023
Butter sculptures at consumer events highlight dairy in a special way
Jan. 12 2023
An unusually cold snap made our job more challenging this Christmas
Jan. 11 2023
Advocating with your story can be scary, but the truth lies in the middle, not the extremes
Jan. 10 2023
This new year is the time to make the most of what we have and give our best shot
Jan. 9 2023
Here are seven things to consider when opening a silo of new-crop corn silage to get the most from each ton:1. Safety: We often hear about winter silage avalanches. Wear your safety vest, slope
Jan. 9 2023
A website can be a valuable online platform for your business. Here are some thoughts to get you started
Jan. 5 2023
The month of December was a little touch-and-go in our calf barn as we were dealing with an abundance of calves and disease challenges
Jan. 4 2023
A new year has begun, and the days are getting longer again. With mild temperatures in the Midwest this week, it almost feels like the start of spring
Dec. 26 2022
Trace minerals are essential nutrients required for numerous biological functions in the body, including structural (skin and bone), physiologic (hormones), catalytic (cell metabolism), and regulatory
Dec. 16 2022
A local chocolate milk and other promotions helped spread the dairy message at the New York City Marathon
Dec. 15 2022
Through the rain and weather, we have been working to keep our cows healthy this winter