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.
capital_graphic
April 25 2018
Washington Dairygrams is a condensed listing of dairy prices, feed costs, and industry events
180423_ph5
April 23 2018
Farmers get only 30 cents from every $1 spent,” read the headline in the March 26, 2018, Hoard’s Dairyman Intel. When consumers spent $1 on dairy products in 2017, dairy farmers received 30...
180423_ph2
April 23 2018
USDA and the University of Missouri’s Food & Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) conduct baseline projections each year for a number of agricultural sectors
180416_ph1
April 16 2018
At $2.61 per pound, butterfat prices climbed 13 percent last year to post a record high in the Northeast Federal Milk Market Order
capital_graphic
April 10 2018
MANURE-RELATED AIR EMISSIONS do not have to be reported under CERCLA or the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act
180409_ph5
April 9 2018
There are two great higher-learning opportunities via webinars taking place today, Monday, April 9 at noon Central Standard Time.
180409_ph3
April 9 2018
Multiple component pricing (MCP) could be coming to the Appalachian and Southeast Federal Milk Marketing Orders
180409_ph2
April 9 2018
While the Hoard’s Dairyman Bull List will be available in the April 25 issue, we are making it available to readers here as well
180402_ph5
April 2 2018
The Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) proposed a temporary rule published in the March 30, 2018, Federal Register that would bump Class I milk prices up by 9 cents per hundredweight for a seven-month...
180402_ph1
April 2 2018
After an arduous journey, the Golden State’s dairy farmers will have their chance to cast a ballot on establishing a Federal Milk Marketing Order (FMMO) in California
180326_ph3
March 26 2018
When consumers spent $1 on dairy products in 2017, dairy farmers received 30 cents of that dollar
capital_graphic
March 25 2018
Washington Dairygrams is a condensed listing of dairy prices, feed costs, and industry events
180319_ph5
March 19 2018
With low milk prices still prevailing throughout the land, it’s hard to fathom that U.S. dairy cow numbers will climb, not fall, over the next decade
180319_ph1
March 19 2018
There was a time when mastitis ravaged dairy herds across the globe
180312_ph5
March 12 2018
While labor efficiency rose 2.3, labor costs climbed 7.2 percent, wiping away any gains in getting more work done on a daily basis through implementing technology
180312_ph1
March 12 2018
At $2.2 million per farm, equity positions reached a new pinnacle for U.S. dairy farmers in 2016
capital_graphic
March 10 2018
NEAR-TERM FUTURES CLIMBED 15 cents through February trading to reach a $14.55 average for March to August Class III contracts, with a low of $13.84 for April to a $15.61 high for August
180305_ph5
March 5 2018
To emphasize the importance of a healthy dairy sector to the overall U.S. economy, the International Dairy Foods Association (IDFA) commissioned an economic research firm to quantify that impact
180305_ph2
March 5 2018
At 30 percent market share, Class I utilization reached a new modern day low. When looking back over the past 14 years, Class I utilization for beverage milk was as high as 44 percent in 2004
tribute_202
Feb. 26 2018
Overall, 1,600 dairy farms across the United States called it quits last year. That reduced the number of commercial dairy farms in the U.S. to 40,219