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April 4 2024
Dairy farmers hold many titles; they are accountants, managers, nutritionists, agronomists, and mechanics all in one, not to mention many more titles that we could add to the list
April 4 2024
Exports are critical to America’s dairy farmers and processors
April 4 2024
Following the confirmation of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in dairy cattle in the states of Texas, New Mexico, Kansas, Idaho, and Michigan, a human case of HPAI has also been identified
April 4 2024
After the U.S. dairy industry experienced years of declining fertility in our cows, the trend finally turned around by the early 2000s
March 28 2024
With the Easter holiday fast approaching, dairy farmers are hoping for plenty of cheese and butter sales for spring holiday cooking needs
March 28 2024
Scary. Overwhelming. Stressful. These are the terms generally associated with succession planning
March 28 2024
Bill Weiss, a professor emeritus from The Ohio State University, calls it the “sampling dilemma.”
March 28 2024
The collapse of the 1.5-mile Francis Scott Key Bridge has caused the immediate and indefinite suspension of shipping traffic at the Port of Baltimore, which handles the most imports and exports of farm...
March 21 2024
In past articles, I have addressed some limitations of undegraded neutral detergent fiber (uNDF) as an indicator of forage quality
March 21 2024
The use of beef semen on dairy cattle has been a real asset to dairy farms, both in reducing the cost of raising excess dairy heifers and creating more valuable calves to be sold
March 21 2024
When it comes to crop inputs, price volatility has been a popular topic of conversation this year among many growers
March 21 2024
An unusual and concerning animal health situation is unfolding in and around the Texas Panhandle, and it is leaving more questions than answers
March 14 2024
Making the transition from winter to spring can be hard on dairy calves due to drastic fluctuations in temperature
March 14 2024
Antibiotics are a valuable tool for animal and human medicine
March 14 2024
Yogurt was able to put another feather in its cap earlier this month when the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a new qualified health claim for the popular dairy product
March 14 2024
The Farmers Assuring Responsible Management Environmental Stewardship Program (FARM ES) is collaborating with the Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy to integrate a new, process-based model for greenhouse...
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