The author is an associate editor. She covers feeding and nutrition,
youth activities and heads up the World Dairy Expo Supplement. Maggie
was raised on a 150-cow dairy near Valley Center, Kansas, and graduated
from Kansas State University with degrees in agricultural communications
and animal sciences.
Not quite a year ago, the first dairy company said they would make the transition to selling dairy products that had been produced by cows that were fed feeds free of genetically modified organisms (GMOs)
In the past several years, selective dry cow treatment has gained some prevalence in the industry as an alternative to the more common blanket dry cow treatment, which has been the gold standard for mastitis...