29 May, 2018

New Zealand To Slaughter 150,000 Cows

News | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

In an effort to eradicate Mycoplasma bovis from the nation’s herd, more than 150,000 cows will be killed in New Zealand.

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29 May, 2018

Want to Turn Off Consumers? Label Food ‘Vegan’

News | By: Jim Dickrell

The terms 'gluten free' and 'organic' also don't fare well with U.S. adults.

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28 May, 2018

Turn Down the Pressure

Markets | By: Aga Dobrowolska Perry

Even with strong dairy demand, Rabobank expects price appreciation to be limited due to continuing year-over-year growth— driven by the EU and the U.S.—in the global milk supply.

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27 May, 2018

Exports Provide Milk Prices A Glimmer Of Hope

Markets | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

While basis continues to be significantly suppressed in most of the country, exports are up going into the summer nudging milk futures higher too.

 

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27 May, 2018

Should You Pay More On Holidays?

Labor | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

This farmer offers his employees double time on holidays. 

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25 May, 2018

Milk Prices Benefit From Balance

Business | By: Mike Opperman

Cull and replacement levels are about equal, which could limit U.S. production and help prices.

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25 May, 2018

Animal Activist Activity Spikes on California Dairies

News | By: Jim Dickrell

Activity may be related to currently occurring animal rights conference.

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24 May, 2018

Trump Administration Vows To Fix Immigration

Labor | By: Mike Opperman

Administrations working together to modernize H-2A visa program.

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24 May, 2018

April Dairy Cow Culling Again Up

Risk Management | By: Jim Dickrell

Year-to-date, culling continues 4.6% ahead of last year.

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23 May, 2018

ELD, Hours of Service Fixes for Livestock Haulers Proposed by Senators

Policy | By: Wyatt Bechtel

Livestock haulers may get some relief from transportation rules if a bill proposed by a bipartisan group of Senators moves forward in Congress. 

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