17 Jul, 2019

Biden Plan Would Take Ag To Net Zero Emissions

Policy | By: Mike Opperman

Also calls for ways for farmers to gain income from sustainability efforts. 

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16 Jul, 2019

How Retaliatory Tariffs Have Hurt Dairy Exports

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

Loss of export sales represents more than 2 billion pounds of milk equivalent.

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16 Jul, 2019

Does Your Dairy Meet OSHA Heat Stress Requirements?

Labor | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

The following are Cal/OSHA rules for helping employees avoid heat stress when the temperature exceeds 80 degrees F.

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15 Jul, 2019

Trump: Dairy Farmers are "Over The Hump"

News | By: Mike Opperman

USMCA, MFP touted as benefits to Wisconsin producers. 

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12 Jul, 2019

Dairy Report: Milk Production Is Down, But What’s Driving It?

Markets | By: Taylor Leach

Milk production is on a slow decline, but what's causing it?

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12 Jul, 2019

World Milk Production Tightens

Markets | By: Fran Howard

Weather issues threaten to pull 2019 global output lower.

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11 Jul, 2019

10 Hot Top Articles You Don't Want To Miss

News | By: Brittany Bowman

As we wrap up this week, here is the most popular content on MILK Business.com.  See which ones you missed to stay up-to-date on dairy industry news.

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11 Jul, 2019

Immigration Raids Back On For This Weekend

Labor | By: Mike Opperman

Immigrants in 10 major cities will be targeted. 

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11 Jul, 2019

WASDE: USDA Projects Lower Production, Higher Prices

Markets | By: USDA

USDA’s Cattle report, to be released on July 19th, will provide a mid-year estimate of the dairy cow inventory and producer intentions regarding retention of heifers for dairy cow replacement. 

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10 Jul, 2019

U.S., China's Top Trade Officials Make First Contact Since Truce

Markets | By: Bloomberg News

U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin spoke on the phone with their Chinese counterparts, marking the first high-level contact after their presidents agreed to resume trade talks last month.

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