05 Jul, 2019

May Milk Production: See How Your State Fared

News | By: Mike Opperman

Milk production in May was down 0.4% across all states compared to last year, according to USDA. Total production sat at 19.055 billion pounds, up from 18.468 billion pounds in April.

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05 Jul, 2019

Brothers Prepare To Take Over The Family Farm

Business | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Jared and Josh Lund are entering into a partnership with their dad to form J3 farms. 

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04 Jul, 2019

Will Less Milk Mean More Money?

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

Lower milk production bodes well for fall milk prices.

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04 Jul, 2019

Positive Support for fairlife, Fair Oaks

News | By: Mike Opperman

An undercover video shot at Fair Oaks earlier this year created a significant amount of news and sparked conversations.

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04 Jul, 2019

Overhe(a)rd: ASF 101, Protect the Farm from Activists and Bacon Trucks

Risk Management | By: Portia Stewart

What makes some farms targets for undercover activists? What should I tell my neighbor about African Swine Fever? These questions and more are answered on episode 2 of Overhe(a)rd, the Farm Journal Livestock podcast. 

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04 Jul, 2019

Milk Price Improves In Time For Higher Feed Costs

Business | By: Ben Laine

A drop in production is supporting higher milk prices, just in time to offset potentially higher feed costs. 

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03 Jul, 2019

June Class III Price Loses Steam, Drops 11 Cents

Markets | By: Mike Opperman

Butterfat prices grow, protein takes a step backward.

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03 Jul, 2019

Large Herds Boast Lowest Somatic Cell Counts

News | By: Jim Dickrell

An analysis of somatic cell counts (SCCs) from Dairy Herd Improvement herds shows 2018 had the lowest average SCC ever at 191,000 cells/mL.

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03 Jul, 2019

Trump Threatens Tariffs on European Cheeses

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

U.S. dairy industry officials have long complained about the disparity in trade values between the U.S. and Europe.

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02 Jul, 2019

Yields Expected to Fall as $5 Corn Approaches

Markets | By: Clinton Griffiths

During an interview with AgDay's Clinton GriffithsNaomi Blohm of Stewart-Peterson says USDA's June Crop Production report was bullish.

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