14 May, 2019

Ensuring Milk's Recent History Doesn't Repeat Itself

Policy | By: Jim Mulhern

We may be on the cusp of real price recovery.

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14 May, 2019

2018 DHI Somatic Cell Counts Lowest Ever

News | By: Jim Dickrell

Small Herds Tend To Have Higher SCCs

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14 May, 2019

Five Keys To A Strong Relationship With Your Calf Grower

Business | By: Mike Opperman

Trust and communication are crucial to success.

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13 May, 2019

Strong Cheese And Whey Prices Push Milk Price Higher

Markets | By: Mike North

Cheese and whey markets are following a trend similar to 2018, where robust prices made for higher milk prices. Will that trend continue in 2019?

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10 May, 2019

WASDE Forecasts All Milk Price Over $18

Business | By: Mike Opperman

Report says cheese and nonfat dry milk price forecasts will raise Class III and Class IV prices. 

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10 May, 2019

Further Tetracycline Screening Likely Won’t Be Required

Policy | By: Jim Dickrell

'Data demonstrates it’s not necessary to test every tanker.' --Jamie Jonker, National Milk Producers Federation

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10 May, 2019

Tariffs Cut Dairy Trade To China Nearly In Half

Markets | By: Mike Opperman

While overall exports are strong, tariffs have cut exports of U.S. dairy products to China by 43%.

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10 May, 2019

Milk Components Up In First Quarter

Markets | By: Fran Howard

Higher component levels likely offset March's contraction in the U.S. milk supply.

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09 May, 2019

African Swine Fever Could Spoil Milk Prices

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Chinese hogs are a driving force of U.S. whey exports to China. ASF combined with tariffs could put significant pressure on export markets and in turn, milk prices. 

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08 May, 2019

Sustainability Award Winners Announced

News | By: Mike Opperman

Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy Honors farms and businesses for sustainable practices.

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