Sept. 30 2018
The National Post-Secondary Dairy Cattle Judging Contest began in 1989 and has been held continuously at World Dairy Expo ever since
Sept. 30 2018
Over 200 judging team members and coaches arrived at the Hoard’s Dairyman Farm on Sunday morning at 9:00 a.m. to judge a class of Guernsey four-year old cows
Sept. 28 2018
The air is cooling, the leaves are starting to change, and it’s getting darker earlier and earlier
Sept. 27 2018
I recently just finished a 5K (5 kilometer) race held in conjunction with the Quad Cities Marathon
Sept. 26 2018
Being a young farmer has never been easy. We go through the same struggles as our parents when they started out
Sept. 25 2018
Similar to the Hoard’s Dairyman magazine, the Hoard’s Dairyman bookstore aims to serve as a reliable source of information and education for any and all involved in the dairy industry
Sept. 24 2018
National Farmer’s Day is October 12, and it’s a chance for us in agriculture to connect with our dairy-loving consumers and showcase real life on the farm through our social media channels
Sept. 21 2018
This is my last year as an ag communications and journalism student at Utah State University, and being an ag student has its perks and setbacks
Sept. 20 2018
There has been a lot of talk lately about the efficiencies of large-scale dairies and concern that the smaller farms can’t survive
Sept. 19 2018
As consumers continue to drive the market based on fear and misinformation while manufacturers continue to bend to their will, the dairy industry will continue to see useful technology challenged and marketed...
Sept. 18 2018
There’s only ever 24 hours in a day, but my goodness how nice it would be to add a few more hours on those days when we need them!
Sept. 17 2018
“Bolstering transition cow immunity” was the title of the September Hoard’s Dairyman webinar
Sept. 14 2018
The most valuable internships leave college students with job experience, mentorship, and life lessons by the end of the summer
Sept. 13 2018
A little over a year ago, two people close to my heart were being prepped for surgery. I made my way west to be a part of the Davidson cheer squad
Sept. 12 2018
Earlier this month, we lost seven newborn calves in less than two weeks. That’s more than we’ve lost in the last year, and it was heartbreaking
Sept. 10 2018
There is a consistent message that dairy producers have been hearing — Connect with your consumers. They want to know the people who produce their food
Sept. 7 2018
Have you heard of the four-legged milk stool? A popular analogy among author Gary Sipiorki’s talks and Money Matters column articles, he makes the argument that financial awareness is as critical...
Sept. 6 2018
Some dairies have a staff of four people, while others have a staff of 100 people. I can say, though, that most dairy staffs are like family
Sept. 5 2018
Meet Clayton. He is a healthy, rambunctious, bright-eyed boy with a smile that could melt the coldest of hearts
Sept. 4 2018
As summer draws to a close and the air starts to turn crisp, Fairs across the country bring the summer season to close. There’s a certain feeling that just seems to surround “show season