The author is the managing editor, and he brings 21 years of industry leadership to our readers overseeing all editorial content and production of the magazine. His degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison combined dairy science and agricultural economics.
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Sept. 2 2021
The combination of higher feed costs and falling milk prices induced the largest payments so far this year for USDA’s dairy insurance program
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Aug. 27 2021
Milk varies by season in both content and quality. That premise will soon be detailed in a paper by Cory Freije, an agricultural economist with the Upper Midwest Federal Milk Marketing Order
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Aug. 26 2021
Milk markets may finally be returning to prepandemic pricing patterns as producer price differentials (PPDs) reappeared on the positive side of the ledger in July’s milk checks
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Aug. 19 2021
Dairy News as reported in the Washington Dairygrams for the August 2021 issue of Hoard's Dairyman
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Aug. 16 2021
For the first time in history, the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation plans to force mandatory cuts in water usage originating from the mighty Colorado River
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Aug. 12 2021
U.S. dairy product exports continue to grow, so much so that dairy product sales outside American borders and domestic fluid milk sales are absorbing nearly the same amount of milk
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Aug. 5 2021
Despite widespread availability of vaccines, hospitalizations caused by COVID-19 outbreaks have reached a record high in Florida, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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Aug. 2 2021
Despite widespread drought in the far west, corn and soybeans appear headed for a good crop year. That’s according to USDA’s most recent Crop Progress report on July 26
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July 29 2021
How does a truck gain between $7,450 and $12,150 in value during a 15-month window?It’s quite simple — the supply chain shockwaves from COVID-19
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July 26 2021
At the onset of the pandemic last year, fluid milk was flying off store shelves. It turns out the uptick in sales was an aberration
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July 22 2021
“Could artificial insemination become illegal?” Farmers and ranchers were given a reprieve on Colorado’s ballot initiative after the Colorado Supreme Court ruled that the proposal did
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July 15 2021
Unable to gain a confident handle on hosting an in-person event as the world remerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Royal Agricultural Fair once again made the decision to cancel its show
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July 12 2021
Krysta Harden begins her tenure with the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) at a time when U.S. dairy exports have been experiencing growth
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July 12 2021
Water. We just need water. That’s the mindset these days for both California’s almond and alfalfa growers. Almonds have been on a skyward growth trajectory
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July 12 2021
Dairy News as reported in the Washington Dairygrams for the July 2021 issue of Hoard's Dairyman
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July 8 2021
Many watching the situation unfold had finally come to believe that California’s dairy farmer community had developed a plan to sunset the state’s Quota Implementation Plan (QIP)
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July 5 2021
It’s a win for farmers . . . including the strawberry farmers who filed this case. Not only is this ruling a big win for all farmers, it a big win for property rights
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June 24 2021
“Could artificial insemination become illegal?”That was the question posed in our May 10, 2021, Hoard’s Dairyman Intel centered on the Colorado Ballot Initiative 2020 to 2021 No. 16
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June 21 2021
When consumers spend $1 on dairy products, dairy farmers receive 30 cents of that dollar. That’s according to the latest research by USDA’s Economic Research Service
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June 17 2021
Are pickup trucks becoming too big? That’s the question posed in, “The Hidden Danger of Big Trucks,” by Keith Barry in the July 2021 edition of Consumer Reports