30 Mar, 2016

California's Minimum Wage Increase Could Hurt Dairy Industry

Labor | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Under the legislation proposed by Gov. Brown on Monday, the current minimum wage of $10 per hour would be increased to $15 over six years.

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29 Mar, 2016

Build A Team of Advisors To Aid Your Success

Leadership | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Aligning yourself with smart advisers is an essential business move.

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29 Mar, 2016

How To Train Managers To Become Valuable Leaders

Leadership | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

To scale your business, your employees must be leaders.

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29 Mar, 2016

Expand Without Access To More Land

Business | By: Nate Birt

Dairy producers with more ambition than land access get creative to grow.

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29 Mar, 2016

Don’t Give Up on Futures Markets

Risk Management | By: Jim Dickrell

Creative strategies to keep losses in check without limiting the upside.

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29 Mar, 2016

California's Average Size Dairy Declines

Business | By: Fran Howard

California producers had nearly 1.75 million milk cows headed into 2016, down 41,670 head from a year earlier.

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29 Mar, 2016

Global Dairy Picture Brightens Domestically

Markets | By: Wyatt Bechtel

The U.S. is seeing some bright spots in the export market according to Naomi Blohm.

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28 Mar, 2016

Wisconsin Dairy Farmers Challenge Donald Trump on Immigration

Labor | By: Jim Dickrell

With the April 5 Wisconsin presidential primary just eight days away, Wisconsin’s Dairy Business Association wants Republican front-runner Donald Trump to understand the importance of immigrant labor to the nation’s food security.

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28 Mar, 2016

Dairy Market Stuck Sideways

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

The markets will stay sidways for the time being, according to Schmahl.

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25 Mar, 2016

In California, El Nino Falls Short

News | By: Catherine Merlo

El Niño storms in the Golden State peaked in November, dropped off quickly in February, and then returned in the first half of March.

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