01 Dec, 2016

2017 Outlook: Hay Prices Rely on Basic Economics

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Supply is currently outpacing demand. If that continues hay prices will remain relatively the same.

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01 Dec, 2016

Which State Had The Highest Cost of Production in 2016?

Data | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Cost of production is the No. 1 factor dairy farmers can use to control profits.

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30 Nov, 2016

California Targets Dairy Cows to Combat Global Warming

Policy | By: The Associated Press

California is taking its fight against global warming to the farm.

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30 Nov, 2016

TPP Failure Might Not Affect U.S. Dairy Producers

Policy | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Not everyone agrees TPP was a silver bullet, particularly for the U.S. dairy industry.

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29 Nov, 2016

10 Steps for a Successful Management Transition

Leadership | By: Sara Schafer

Transferring assets can be one of the easiest parts of a succession plan. A bigger challenge is transferring management, knowledge and business acumen.

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28 Nov, 2016

WSJ: It’s Harder to Find Immigrant Labor

Labor | By: Mike Opperman

Stronger border, changing dynamic in Mexico is impacting immigrant labor supply.

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28 Nov, 2016

Dairy Cow Slaughter Slows Considerably

Risk Management | By: Jim Dickrell

Year-to-date culling also down.

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25 Nov, 2016

China Dairy Demand Evolving as it Rises

Markets | By: Tom Suber

One of the bright spots for international dairy trade has been China’s recovery as a buyer.

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25 Nov, 2016

Watch This In-depth Look At the Dairy Industry

Business | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Dairy producers are innovating, growing and diversifying their businesses in ways they never have before.

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24 Nov, 2016

Chutes and Ladders Promise Potential of Milk Price Uptick

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Rabobank economist Tom Bailey equates the 2017 market outlook to the children’s game chutes and ladders.

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