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Oct. 22 2020
The jumps in dairy sales seen during the earliest weeks and months of the pandemic came quick and fast
Oct. 15 2020
“This has been the issue that is the toughest to navigate in trying to develop a global brand,” said Sartori Cheese CEO Jeff Schwager on the October 7 Hoard’s Dairyman DairyLivestream
Oct. 15 2020
Fiber digestibility data has been provided by feed labs to the industry for over 20 years. Engaging the technology has been an evolving process
Oct. 15 2020
Removing U.S. dairy cows may reduce nutrient supply while having little effect on greenhouse gas emissions, according to the Journal of Dairy Science
Oct. 15 2020
Since a 2016 referendum in Great Britain, markets around the world have wondered if the country’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) would open up an opportunity for trade
Oct. 8 2020
Geographical indicators (GIs) have been a hot topic in the last several years as countries make trade agreements across the globe
Oct. 8 2020
“The 2019 harvest season was hard on equipment and it was hard on people,” said Kevin Jarek, a University of Wisconsin-Madison Extension agent
Oct. 8 2020
What’s in a name? That’s the battle U.S. and European cheesemakers have been fighting for the last three decades
Oct. 8 2020
Negative PPDs, or Producer Price Differentials, have been a story this summer and likely will continue well into the fall
Oct. 1 2020
The best times for many agricultural sectors occur during periods of strong demand. The ethanol industry boomed when ethanol use grew during a period of record crude oil prices
Oct. 1 2020
As farmers head from September to October, there are still decisions they can make on perennial forages
Oct. 1 2020
When dairy farmers contribute 15 cents per hundredweight of milk shipped to the dairy checkoff, they want to know that money is making a difference
Oct. 1 2020
When COVID-19 first disrupted dairy supply chains, we all saw the grocery store signs
Sept. 24 2020
The Wisconsin Farm Related Fatalities report showed 41 farm fatalities in 2017 and 34 in 2018
Sept. 24 2020
In 2019, per capita consumption of dairy products reached 653 pounds per person in America, achieving levels not seen since the 1960s when Lyndon Johnson was in office
Sept. 24 2020
At calving, cows find themselves in a negative calcium balance. That’s because they are literally drawing from their own calcium stores to put the mineral into milk
Sept. 24 2020
During the height of COVID-19 panic buying, pictures flooded news outlets and social media pages of empty grocery store shelves — and dairy cases
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