12 Jul, 2019

World Milk Production Tightens

Markets | By: Fran Howard

Weather issues threaten to pull 2019 global output lower.

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11 Jul, 2019

10 Hot Top Articles You Don't Want To Miss

News | By: Brittany Bowman

As we wrap up this week, here is the most popular content on MILK Business.com.  See which ones you missed to stay up-to-date on dairy industry news.

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11 Jul, 2019

Immigration Raids Back On For This Weekend

Labor | By: Mike Opperman

Immigrants in 10 major cities will be targeted. 

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11 Jul, 2019

WASDE: USDA Projects Lower Production, Higher Prices

Markets | By: USDA

USDA’s Cattle report, to be released on July 19th, will provide a mid-year estimate of the dairy cow inventory and producer intentions regarding retention of heifers for dairy cow replacement. 

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10 Jul, 2019

U.S., China's Top Trade Officials Make First Contact Since Truce

Markets | By: Bloomberg News

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke on the phone with their Chinese counterparts, marking the first high-level contact after their presidents agreed to resume trade talks last month.

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10 Jul, 2019

CDI, DFA Form Marketing Agency in Common

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

The marketing agency in common will allow the co-ops to…

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09 Jul, 2019

Debunking the Myth That Cows Are Responsible for Climate Change

News | By: Jim Dickrell

'When you stick to the knowable, direct emissions, the climate burden of…

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08 Jul, 2019

Value Of Dairy Exports Highest In Four Years

Markets | By: Mike Opperman

Total exports equivalent to 14.7% of U.S. milk solids production in May.

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08 Jul, 2019

An Early Frost, Freeze Is Likely

Business | By: Tyne Morgan

A cooler bias in the weather could stick around this year, bringing up real concerns about the damage an early frost, freeze could cause. Drew Lerner of World Weather Inc. says a normal or even early freeze is possible.

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05 Jul, 2019

An Immigrant Family's Rocky Road To Success

Business | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Anita Van der Laan moved to America and started her own farm with her husband Pieter. Today the Van der Laans, milk 4,500 cows and farm 7,000 acres with their grown children

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