Jan. 18 2018
The internet has joined the agriculture industry together
Jan. 17 2018
Even when offered really good professional advice, one should consider how that advice fits into the farm’s goals
Jan. 16 2018
I was in college when I first heard the phrase: faith first, family second, career third. It made sense at the time. Even now it makes some sense
Jan. 15 2018
Humor is one of the best ways we can share our story
Jan. 12 2018
Webinar attendees were treated to a unique presentation and a Hoard’s Dairyman first on Monday, January 8, when a dairy producer served as presenter. Tom Kestell, owner of Ever-Green-View had the...
Jan. 11 2018
We have learned that having 1-, 3-, 5-, and 10-year goals keeps us motivated. This has helped us stay at the forefront of the always-evolving dairy industry.
Jan. 10 2018
The single most important time in a cow’s life that could almost forecast her entire lactation is the transition period
Jan. 8 2018
I attended the Wisconsin Junior Holstein convention this past weekend
Jan. 5 2018
Have you checked out your farm on Google Maps and Google Earth? How does it look? What can people see?
Jan. 4 2018
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Jan. 3 2018
Just this week, a professor I encountered at Penn State passed away
Jan. 2 2018
I’ll be the first to admit that my husband and I are “genetics junkies.”
Dec. 30 2017
That last time I cried this much was when we buried my Grandma Pritzl — the last of my four grandparents to pass
Dec. 29 2017
In life, there are moments that shape who you are. Sometimes those moments are happy and sometimes they are not. Today I lost a cow. It was not just any cow
Dec. 28 2017
It’s a date that was a major turning point for our farm. It’s the day our calf program was literally revolutionized
Dec. 27 2017
Before this piece starts the arguments for and against the above stated question, I want to simply open this as a conversation
Dec. 26 2017
There is nothing more intimidating to me in a kitchen than a pile of dirty dishes. The larger it grows the less I want to deal with it
Dec. 22 2017
Earlier this month, I flew to Oregon to milk cows while my dad had surgery. I had instructions and milked with him from start to finish for three days prior to his departure
Dec. 21 2017
All the animals are clipped, the tack is loaded, and the show whites are packed. All of this only means one thing, it’s fair time!
Dec. 20 2017
My Christmas list is rather short this year . . . the only gift I’d really like is to spend time with my family