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June 21 2021
Waking at the crack of dawn is nothing new for Indiana dairy farmer Jill Houin. However, feeling like a celebrity with a police escort and a crowd of fans is not her typical morning routine
June 17 2021
Farming is a dangerous occupation, but the costs of health insurance leave many uncovered or underinsured
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June 15 2021
Resiliency in the face of a global pandemic gives us extra reasons to honor and promote the dairy industry this year
June 14 2021
Accurate results from forage testing begins with the you. For the sake of your animals, be sure to gather the most accurate sample
June 11 2021
Small jobs on the farm can create big learning opportunities for children
June 9 2021
California’s water situation has not been good for a long time; however, this year could prove to be even worse
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June 8 2021
My farm boys have just two weeks of school left while many others are already out of school. It’s the time of year that kids look forward to the most, a magical time in childhood
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June 7 2021
Irritated was one word to describe the emotions I felt in fourth grade. As I eagerly joined a local 4-H club, I was ready to become actively involved
June 3 2021
Perhaps you are a person who works full time at another job but dreams of owning a small farm someday. Or maybe you already operate a farm but want to add another enterprise or start a side busi
June 2 2021
Advocating for agriculture online means connecting with those you’re trying to reach
June 1 2021
Dairy farmers and the industry support one another with their shared passion and dedication
May 31 2021
Far too often, I hear that social media is the key to communicating with consumers. Time after time, I have been instructed to post more about life on the dairy farm
May 28 2021
“What do you want to be when you grow up?” We all know the question. The question can be greeted with inaudible rumblings, flustered body language, or a decisive answer
May 27 2021
Time seemed to be traveling at a weird speed through this past pandemic year. Yet, somehow, we are already in the last week of May
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May 26 2021
National Dairy Month is always a time of pride for dairy farmers and the industry as a whole
May 25 2021
Each spring, Lakeshore Technical College typically holds a graduation banquet in northeast Wisconsin for its graduating dairy students, but the past few years have not been typical
May 24 2021
I have been known as my father’s little helper since the day I could walk. Growing up on a family-run dairy near Fort Atkinson, Iowa, all hands were on deck
May 21 2021
Last week my classmates and I presented our final projects for the Cornell Dairy Fellows program, which serves as an opportunity to synthesize all the things we’ve learned throughout our undergraduate...
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May 20 2021
If you entered this year’s Hoard’s Dairyman Cow Judging Contest but didn’t see your name on the winners' lists in our May issue, don’t beat yourself up too badly
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May 19 2021
I am not an easy person to work with, and I’ve never said or thought otherwise. When it comes to my cows, I am fierce