15 Nov, 2018

FDA Extends Comment Period on Milk Labeling—Again

News | By: Jim Dickrell

“This extension will allow the dairy community, as well as health professionals, to fully explain why consumers deserve accurate and honest information about…

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15 Nov, 2018

Round Two of Tariff Aid Payments Coming Soon

News | By: Clinton Griffiths

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is still working through rates for the second round of the market facilitation program.

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15 Nov, 2018

Dairy Herd in China Contracts

Markets | By: Fran Howard

Declining production and rising consumption in China continue to make the market a…

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15 Nov, 2018

Clinical Mastitis: The Five-minute Microbiology Lesson

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You’re feeling the urge to administer antibiotics. But is it the best choice? It’s a tough call, but Dr. Linda Tikofsky…

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14 Nov, 2018

Slowly, Surely, European Union Milk Powder Stocks Sold Off

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

About 190,000 metric tons of milk powder is left in EU storage, down from 380,000 metric tons at its peak.

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13 Nov, 2018

New Dairy Revenue Protection Builds Off Success of Crop Insurance

Risk Management | By: Tyne Morgan

A new dairy revenue protection (DRP) program launched this year, creating hopes it will provide another tool to help protect dairy farmers.

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12 Nov, 2018

Presentations From MILK Business Conference 2018

Business | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Looking for power point presentations from the 2018 MILK Business Conference? Here they are!

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12 Nov, 2018

NMPF Urges Passage of Farm Bill in Lame Duck Session

Policy | By: Jim Dickrell

For dairy, changes include increasing the insurable feed-milk margin from $8 to $9, calculating margins on a monthly basis and reducing premiums for herds producing less than 5 million lb of milk annually.

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09 Nov, 2018

Keep Dairy Risk Management Options Open Analysts Warn

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Bottom line, be prepared for milk markets to move in either direction.

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08 Nov, 2018

USDA Lowers Milk Production Forecast

News | By: Mike Opperman

Lower dairy cow numbers are expected to slow production into 2019

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