23 May, 2018

Class III Prices Headed to $16+, Maybe $17

 | By: Jim Dickrell

The spring flush likely won’t be as great as in recent years, and that will mean plant capacities won’t be as stressed.

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23 May, 2018

USDA: ‘Trump Is Working To Make Your Life Better’

Policy | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

According to Perdue, the Trump administration has proven the president’s commitment to rural America and the American farmer over the past 16-months.

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22 May, 2018

April Dairy Budgets Still Bleed Red

News | By: Jim Dickrell

Though milk prices are up slightly, rising feed prices helped keep budgets in the negative.

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22 May, 2018

Water Quality in Wisconsin

Policy | By: Jim Dickrell

Well-contamination comes from both human, animal sources.

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22 May, 2018

Human Resources: Changing the Culture

Labor | By: Wyatt Bechtel

Improving the work environment.

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21 May, 2018

New Web-Based Tool Illustrates Dairy’s Economic Impact

News | By: Jim Dickrell

U.S. dairy industry contributes just over 1% of U.S. GDP and directly employs nearly 3 million. 

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21 May, 2018

Balancing Water Intake

Business | By: Wyatt Bechtel

Distance walked is limiting factor on open lot dairies when it comes to water access

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18 May, 2018

Production Creeps Up Just 0.7%

News | By: Mike Opperman

Production continues to grow, but at a slower pace. Most of the production slow down has come from the Midwest and Northeast.

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18 May, 2018

No Farm Bill Today: Now What?

Policy | By: Mike Opperman

The House of Representatives voted down the proposed Farm Bill, which included important elements for dairy. Here's what happens next.

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18 May, 2018

Technology, Partnerships Highlight Dairy Sustainability Awards

News | By: Taylor Leach

Three dairies from New York, Pennsylvania and Washington receive sustainability awards for…

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