29 Oct, 2018

September Dairy Culling Pace Up From August

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

Year-to-day culling is up nearly 100,000 head.

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25 Oct, 2018

Lawmaker Says Farm Bill Compromise Is Likely After The Election

Policy | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

While lawmakers were unable to reach an agreement on the farm bill before the fall recess, Representative Rodney Davis says compromise is likely following the election.

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24 Oct, 2018

ICYMI: 3 Trends From Dairy Producers, PETA’s Strange Milk Claim and More

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Check out the top headlines making news this week on milkbusiness.com.

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24 Oct, 2018

NMPF Asks for More Dairy Aid

News | By: Jim Dickrell

Though USDA is offering $127 million in aid to dairy farmers, losses from tariffs will exceed that figure by at least eight-fold, says NMPF.

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23 Oct, 2018

Three Downturn Survival Tips From An Experienced Banker

Finance | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Farmers throughout the agriculture industry are struggling. Low commodity prices and higher fixed costs make it tough to eke out a profit. Here's some tips on how you can survive.

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23 Oct, 2018

a2 Milk Claims Referred to Federal Trade Commission

News | By: Jim Dickrell

The claims were initially challenged by the National Milk Producers Federation.

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23 Oct, 2018

CNN Explores Farmers Tortured Relationship With President Trump

News | By: Jim Dickrell

CNN reporters talked to some 50 farmers and ag business people in five states, covering dairy, pork, soybeans, wheat and citrus.

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23 Oct, 2018

Dairy Report: Millennials Boost Natural Cheese & the Future of Class 7

News | By: Taylor Leach

Questioning the future of Class 7 and reviewing natural cheese sales were two of the topics discussed in the Dairy Report.

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23 Oct, 2018

A Dairy Farmer’s Fight With Breast Cancer

Leadership | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

In honor of breast cancer awareness month, we wanted to share the story of Anita Van der Laan, a dairy farmer from Oklahoma.

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23 Oct, 2018

Global Dairy Outlook: ‘We’re moving in the right direction.’

Markets | By: Jim Dickrell

World milk supplies are expected to grow less than 1%, and global demand for dairy products remain strong. 

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