18 Dec, 2018

Global Dairy Auction Up for Second Consecutive Session

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

All major dairy commodities were up, and volume was solid,

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18 Dec, 2018

Dairy Farmers Received More Than a Quarter Billion Dollars in MPP Payments in 2018

Policy | By: Jim Dickrell

More than 21,400 dairy farmers received the payments, up by more than 2,000 over 2017 participation.

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17 Dec, 2018

BREAKING: President Authorizes Second MFP Payment

News | By: Clinton Griffiths

President tweets his approval for second round of trade aid.

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17 Dec, 2018

If Approved, Aid Payments Could Be Delayed By Shutdown

 | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Many agencies, including USDA, would experience closures, so even if a second round of Market Facilitation Program (MFP) payments gets approved, they would be delayed until a budget agreement is reached.

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17 Dec, 2018

Idaho Dairy Puts Priority On People

Business | By: Betsy Jibben

Moo Riah Dairy uses FARM program as a guide to improve the development of their employees.

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15 Dec, 2018

Tulare, Calif. Dairy Farmers Get 36¢ Bump From New Federal Order

Policy | By: Jim Dickrell

The announced Statistical Uniform Price for Tulare was $14.94/cwt and for Los Angeles, $15.44.

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14 Dec, 2018

Wisconsin Dairies Cut In Half Since 2003

Data | By: Taylor Leach

Wisconsin has said goodbye to 638 dairy herds in 2018 alone.

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14 Dec, 2018

Russia’s Largest Milk Producer Targets A Million Tonnes A Year

Markets | By: Profi

Ekosem-Agrar, the German holding company of Russian milk producer EkoNiva, plans to double milk production to one million tonnes by the end of next year.

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13 Dec, 2018

Pending Oregon Legislation Would Make State Dairy Regs Toughest in the Country

Policy | By: Jim Dickrell

The bills would apply to dairies with more than 2,500 cows or herds with more than 1,000 animal units that don’t have access to seasonal pasture.

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12 Dec, 2018

House Passes The 2018 Farm Bill In Landslide Vote

Policy | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

The 2018 Farm Bill crossed the second of three hurdles on Wednesday when the House approved the measure in a landslide vote of 369-47 two days after the final conference report was made public.

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