Oct. 24 2017
Our first LimFlex-sired bull calf arrived last week. It represents the beginning of another herd size management strategy we’re slowly adopting
Oct. 23 2017
There will be seven different covers for the October 25, 2017, issue of Hoard’s Dairyman
Oct. 20 2017
People and organizations are always vying for our time. It can be family members, employees, or friends. Where do we draw the line or step forward to assist?
Oct. 18 2017
Extra thought put into a robot barn design is time well spent
Oct. 17 2017
It is determination that is woven into the fabric of some of the best dairymen and women I know. It is this characteristic that gets us all through the toughest times and sets the best apart from the rest
Oct. 16 2017
Body condition scoring is an inexpensive tool that can benefit your herd in the long run
Oct. 13 2017
Mike Hutjens and Mike Rankin presented "A 2017-2018 forage and feed outlook” webinar
Oct. 12 2017
Standing on the blue shavings at World Dairy Expo last week competing in my last dairy judging competition is a memory I will never forget
Oct. 10 2017
“What are your goals?” That question came up during my visit to World Dairy Expo last week. It was one of the questions I was asked as a panelist in Dairy Girl Network’s
Oct. 9 2017
National Farmers Day on October 12 is a great opportunity for consumers to get to know you, trust you, and ask you questions directly
Sept. 28 2017
The use of tile drainage varies across the Midwest
Sept. 27 2017
‘Tis the season for sleepless nights, stress, and quality corn silage
Sept. 26 2017
We live in an age of instant answers. Instead of wondering, we’re searching
Sept. 25 2017
The anticipation, joy, excitement, and laughs we have shared over the years on these walks to the World Dairy Expo showring are worth more than the ribbons to me
Sept. 22 2017
Wisconsin 4-H, Michigan State Ag Tech, Ohio State University, and Pennsylvania FFA each won their respective divisions at the All-American Dairy Judging Contest in Harrisburg, Penn
Sept. 21 2017
After it was all said and done, our farm didn’t experience too much serious damage from Hurricane Irma. We were blessed that there wasn’t too much damage
Sept. 20 2017
There are a lot of things robots can do better and more consistently than humans, but there are still some aspects of the dairy that require a human touch
Sept. 18 2017
Students interested in dairy and journalism are encouraged to apply for the 2018 Hoard’s Dairyman editorial internship
Sept. 15 2017
You invest a great deal in making top quality feed. Do all that you can to see that it reaches the dairy cow in the best condition and that she consumes it
Sept. 14 2017
The digital presence you create for your farm and yourself is going to last a lot longer than anything else you’ve left behind