28 Jun, 2017

New Feed Rules Could Cut New Zealand Production

Business | By: Fran Howard

As more operations move toward high-input systems, the cost of feed becomes a more important variable

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27 Jun, 2017

Government Moves to Rescind 2015 ‘Waters of the U.S.’

News | By: Jim Dickrell

No word, however, on when proposed rule will be published. 

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27 Jun, 2017

DairyLine Addresses Health Care Reform

News | By: Alison Wedig

Today's DairyLine from MILK Magazine addresses dairy markets, the Dairy Pride Act, and the health care reform. 

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27 Jun, 2017

International Community Ratchets Up Pressure On Canada over Dairy Trade Policy

News | By: Jim Dickrell

Dairy groups from Argentina, Australia, the European Union, Mexico, New Zealand and the United States are participating in the effort.

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26 Jun, 2017

Arizona Heat Wave Doesn’t Affect Milk Production

Business | By: Jim Dickrell

Despite near record heat, dew points and humidity are still low.

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26 Jun, 2017

Economists Predict We’ll Hit and Stay at $17 Milk

Business | By: Mike Opperman

Prices will get there if production stays steady and exports continue strong,

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26 Jun, 2017

Global Dairy Prices Pulling U.S. Prices Higher

Risk Management | By: Mary Ledman

Even as production increases and inventories rise, U.S. dairy prices are following global prices higher

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24 Jun, 2017

Block, Barrel Price Spread Narrows

Markets | By: Know Your Market

Spread now lies at 17 cents between cheese markets. 

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23 Jun, 2017

Dealing with Motivated Buyers

Markets | By: Mike North

The race for fat is on.  Prices have responded.  Buyers are motivated.  And producers now face an opportunity that has not been present since 2015. 

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22 Jun, 2017

Accelerated Genetics Delegates Vote to Join Select Sires

News | By: Jim Dickrell

Vote formalizes earlier Board votes of the two cooperatives. 

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