Oct. 3 2022
With this year’s USDA report on per-capita U.S. dairy consumption, the industry has finally moved past the 1960s. In terms of favor with the American public, dairy has returned to 1959
Oct. 3 2022
Recently, the Federal Reserve, simply known to many as the Fed, once again raised interest rates with the purpose of bringing down the inflation rate
Sept. 26 2022
Calcium is one of the many attributes of milk that we often share when promoting the consumption of dairy products
Sept. 26 2022
At times this fall, wholesale natural gas prices in Europe have spiked nearly 3,000% higher than they were in the fall of 2020
Sept. 26 2022
“PPDs” had become a four-letter word in dairy farmers’ lexicon when negative producer price differentials (PPDs) exploded onto the scene in June 2020 at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic
Sept. 26 2022
The title of this article was the lead off question during the September 14, 2022, Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream
Sept. 16 2022
It’s hard to overstate Mexico’s importance to America’s dairy farmers. When I talk to dairy farmers, I always remind them that Mexico is our industry’s most important trading partner,...
Sept. 16 2022
While we love working with dairy cows, we can’t forget that the role of dairy farmers and those that support them is to provide nutritious milk and dairy products to the population. Expanding the...
Sept. 16 2022
The September Hoard’s Dairyman webinar title posed the question, “Inflammation: Friend or foe?” Presenter Barry Bradford’s response to that question was, “It’s both.”Inflammation...
Sept. 16 2022
When you go into a feed store, crude protein is still king. In the old days, it was a chalkboard with a grid for pricing of various feed products. Everything, from cattle cubes to show feed to chicken
Sept. 16 2022
Portable foods have become a must in the modern world. Breakfast cereal, and milk for that matter, both have been losing out to grab-and-go breakfast options. Kellogg’s, a longtime stalwart in
Sept. 12 2022
As corn silage and fourth crop haylage are being packed into bunkers, piles, and silos, now is a good time to be thinking about ways to reduce feed losses in the year ahead. That was the topic of disc
Sept. 12 2022
While overall domestic dairy product consumption stands at the highest level since 1960, the fluid milk category has not been contributing to that positive metric. That’s because fluid milk sales...
Sept. 12 2022
They’ve slowed down since the height of the pandemic, but social media pictures of sparse grocery store dairy displays are still popping up, and they are all the evidence needed to know that, while
Sept. 12 2022
For many operations, farm transition may be the single most important decision a family makes for their own livelihoods as well as the continuity of the farm business. An early question in this proces
Sept. 12 2022
The monthly average CME Grade AA butter price eclipsed $3 per pound in August, with prices remaining above this mark during the early days of September. Higher butter prices have occurred even as chee
Sept. 5 2022
Net Zero by 2050. It’s a lofty and, at times, overwhelming concept to consider that dairy could achieve carbon neutrality, optimize water usage, and improve water quality by 2050
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