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Aug. 6 2020
Could California’s civil war over quota have a somewhat civil sunset? The potential does exist
Aug. 6 2020
The market volatility of the COVID-19 pandemic has forced many farms to take a closer look at their financial statements and, in some cases, wish they would have done things differently
Aug. 6 2020
An old friend of the dairy industry has returned. The “Got Milk?” campaign, which ran from 1993 until its retirement in 2014, is making a comeback
Aug. 6 2020
Most dairymen are sick of hearing talk of sustainability . . . in fact, many consider it to be more of a four-letter word when they hear it
Aug. 6 2020
What area of your dairy received the most scrutiny as you looked to tighten your budgets?
July 30 2020
The next chapter in California’s civil war over quota was written after Administrative Law Judge Timothy Aspinwall concluded, “ . . . the Petition is legally defective and should not be advanced...
July 30 2020
Herd size often dictates how many pens of milking cows are on a farm, but if having multiple pens is an option, consider grouping cows by age
July 30 2020
Stressful seasons on the farm can and do cause conflict, drama, and finger-pointing amongst employees and owners
July 30 2020
Dairy cows may be the hardest-working livestock species. After a productive life making milk, most cows go on to a “second career” providing beef as culled cows
July 23 2020
The last five years have caused Class VII to become a well-recognized term in the United States
July 23 2020
New research findings could be good news for dairy foods. Emerging science shows that overall diet quality counts more for positive health outcomes than just single nutrients or the quantity of calories...
July 23 2020
America’s largest dairy export customer is our neighbor to the south. Mexico imported nearly $1.5 billion of U.S. dairy products in 2019
July 23 2020
July has arrived in full force, and those summer temperatures have brought along heat stress. Fortunately, several strategies can help to alleviate those risks and limit their long-term effects
July 16 2020
Many dairy farmers were justifiably frustrated during the initial height of the pandemic this spring as their milk struggled to get to consumers
July 16 2020
As cheese prices soared to new records, frustration levels boiled over in the countryside
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