04 Jul, 2019

Milk Price Improves In Time For Higher Feed Costs

Business | By: Ben Laine

A drop in production is supporting higher milk prices, just in time to offset potentially higher feed costs. 

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03 Jul, 2019

June Class III Price Loses Steam, Drops 11 Cents

Markets | By: Mike Opperman

Butterfat prices grow, protein takes a step backward.

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03 Jul, 2019

Large Herds Boast Lowest Somatic Cell Counts

News | By: Jim Dickrell

An analysis of somatic cell counts (SCCs) from Dairy Herd Improvement herds shows 2018 had the lowest average SCC ever at 191,000 cells/mL.

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03 Jul, 2019

Trump Threatens Tariffs on European Cheeses

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

U.S. dairy industry officials have long complained about the disparity in trade values between the U.S. and Europe.

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02 Jul, 2019

Yields Expected to Fall as $5 Corn Approaches

Markets | By: Clinton Griffiths

During an interview with AgDay's Clinton GriffithsNaomi Blohm of Stewart-Peterson says USDA's June Crop Production report was bullish.

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02 Jul, 2019

Develop And Coach Your Next Generation

Labor | By:

If you’re wondering how best to incorporate young people into your farming operation—just ask them.

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02 Jul, 2019

World Dairy Prices Again Soften

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

Volume was moderate, with nearly 25,000 metric tons changing hands.

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02 Jul, 2019

Large Dairies Most, Least Profitable

Business | By: Jim Dickrell

'Herds over 500 cows on average tend to be more profitable, but profit is much more variable on large farms.' --Jim Salfer, University of…

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01 Jul, 2019

Russia Extends Ban of U.S., EU Dairy Products

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

The ban was first instituted in 2014 after the U.S. and the EU sanctioned Russia for its invasion of Ukraine.

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28 Jun, 2019

Waste With PFAS Spread On Wisconsin Farmland

News | By: The Associated Press

Municipal sewage districts are attempting to regulate the spread of waste containing PFAS on Wisconsin farm ground.

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