29 Jun, 2016

Milk Market: Bearish Fundamentals Here To Stay

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

As dairy farmers struggle to stay in business and rely on out producing low prices, bearish fundamentals grow stronger troubling the market.

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29 Jun, 2016

2016 Acreage Preview: Alfalfa Acres Expected to Slip This Year

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

As USDA’s Acreage Report comes out on Thursday, many livestock producers are looking to the hay report in hopes of keeping their feed costs low this year.

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29 Jun, 2016

Two Reasons Brexit Will Hurt Milk Prices

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Brexit's impact on dairy could be felt for quite some time, according to Jim Wiesemeyer of Informa Economics.

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28 Jun, 2016

U.S. Milk Powder Processors Adding 440 Million Pounds of Additional Capacity

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

Four states will see additional processing capacity.

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28 Jun, 2016

Would Your Farm Meet OSHA Heat Stress Requirements? [VIDEO]

Labor | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

As the country heats up this week, it's important to think about keeping employees cool.

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28 Jun, 2016

New York Dairies Speak Out Against Labor Lawsuit

Labor | By: Betsy Jibben

The New York Farm Bureau is stepping into a legal fight over whether farm workers can be allowed to unionize.

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27 Jun, 2016

Dairy Prices Improve Prior to Correction

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

The dairy markets were full of optimism last week as they moved higher before experiencing price correction due to uncertainty stemming from the Brexit vote.

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27 Jun, 2016

Can you save your way into profitability?

Business | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

During times of low milk prices, many dairy veterinarians and nutritionists are asked for recommendations to reduce costs and improve profitability.

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27 Jun, 2016

European Farmers Brace for Trade Fallout in Wake of Brexit

News | By: Bloomberg News

The U.K.’s decision to walk away from the European Union may throw billions of pounds worth of agriculture trade into question as politicians prepare for a lengthy wrangle over future policy.

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24 Jun, 2016

New York Dairy Farmer Says Investing in His Employees Pays Dividends

Business | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

The bib overalls John Mueller is wearing and the cell phone he’s noticeably NOT carrying are the only old-school ways Mueller incorporates into managing the 75 employees and 3,900 cows on his three dairies in New York.

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