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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Oct. 10 2017
In our October 10, 2017 issue . . .WITH DAIRY COW NUMBERS UP 71,000 head over the past 12 months, milk production continued to expand this August and reached 18.1 billion pounds, nationally. Of the to
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Oct. 9 2017
Even with whole milk sales climbing 5.4 percent in 2016, the entire fluid milk category fell for the sixth straight year, reported USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service
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Oct. 7 2017
Wisconsin’s Dawson Nickels Wins 2017 Merle Howard Award
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Oct. 6 2017
Paul Petriffer of Funes, Italy, was presented the 27th Klussendorf-MacKenzie Award during the 51st World Dairy Expo, in memory of Duncan MacKenzie, the 1961 Klussendorf winner
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Oct. 6 2017
Harry Papageorge of Ogden, Utah, was named the 76th winner of the Klussendorf Award, the highest recognition given to a dairy cattle showman in the United States during the 51st World Dairy Expo
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Oct. 2 2017
For the first time at World Dairy Expo, there will be a back-up judge who would be willing to step up and place a breed show should a lead official not be capable of fulfilling his or her duties
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Sept. 25 2017
This creative couple not only developed the World Classic Sale into a signature event on Friday night of World Dairy Expo, Tom and Sandy Morris grew it into one of the world’s highest averaging Holstein...
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Sept. 25 2017
In addition to butter and whole milk, sour cream, ice cream, and cottage cheese have benefited from new research and revitalized consumer demand.
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Sept. 20 2017
This creative couple not only developed the World Classic Sale into a signature event on Friday night of World Dairy Expo, Tom and Sandy Morris grew it into one of the world’s highest averagin
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Sept. 20 2017
As printed in our September 25, 2017 issue . . . DAIRY PRODUCT CONSUMPTION CLIMBED to 646 pounds for every U.S. citizen . . . based on a milk equivalent, milkfat basis scale. Over the pas
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Sept. 18 2017
After its launch in 1990, the Cattle Connection not only became standard for marketing purebred dairy cattle, it also became very effective for marketing semen and embryos
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Sept. 18 2017
Underpinned by Italian cheese variety sales climbing from 21.1 to 22 pounds per person during the past year, consumption of dairy products reached 646 pounds for every U.S. citizen
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Sept. 11 2017
When Tom and Sandy Morris created the Cattle Connection, the couple transformed advertising in for purebred cattle and dairy genetics when the couple launched the Cattle Connection
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Sept. 10 2017
FDA APPROVED USING ULTRAFILTERED MILK to manufacture standardized cheeses. The approval process took nearly two decades for the product that has been filtered to remove some of the water and lactose
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Sept. 10 2017
It all began with a thoughtful phone call by an Ohio dairyman who wanted to learn more about his milk check
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Sept. 4 2017
USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue will allow dairy farmers to opt out of MPP-Dairy coverage in 2018. Sign-ups for USDA’s signature dairy program — Margin Protection Program for Dairy (M
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Sept. 4 2017
Since 1989, Tom and Sandy Morris have orchestrated World Dairy Expo’s signature sale, the World Classic
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Sept. 4 2017
Evidence continues to mount that high-fat diets are healthy for humans.Contrary to popular belief, consuming a higher amount of fat — about 35 percent of energy — is associated with lowe
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Aug. 28 2017
Tom and Sandy Morris have experienced the event from nearly every angle as early dairy cattle exhibitors, sale managers, trade show exhibitors, and now leaders of the show
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Aug. 28 2017
Whether you are farming 250 acres or cropping 1,000-plus acres, production costs ranged by a mere 10 cents per bushel for those crop farms throughout the Heartland