Business

Wise up with our business feed. From industry changes to technological advacements in the milk business.

18 Mar, 2016

MILK Business Conference

Business | By: Milk Author
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10 Sep, 2020

What You Must, Should Do If An Employee Becomes COVID Positive

Business | By: Jim Dickrell

The National Milk Producers Federation offers detailed resources on dealing with COVID-19. 

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08 Sep, 2020

The Nickerson Family Splits Up to Stay Together

Business | By: Jim Dickrell

This farm transition plan was three generations and 60 years in the making. 

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02 Sep, 2020

When Buying Corn Silage, Adjust for Moisture

Business | By: Jim Dickrell

Even a 2 percentage point difference can add up to big dollars. 

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19 Aug, 2020

Large Dairy Farms Had Positive Net Returns 10 of Last 14 Years

Business | By: Jim Dickrell

Cost of production, most notably labor, is lower on larger farms.

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31 Jul, 2020

Carbon Goal Will Create Undue Hardships For Farmers, Congressman Says

Business | By: Rhonda Brooks

The goal for the U.S. to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, as it currently is proposed, will create undue hardships for rural Americans and, specifically, farmers, according to U.S. Rep. Austin Scott (R-GA, 8th District).

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24 Jul, 2020

A Special Message from Our Dairy Editor on #FieldDays

Business | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

As a dairy farmer and long-time observer in the evolution of our nation’s farming and agricultural industry, I am excited to tell you more about the launch of our inaugural Farm Journal Field Days show.

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23 Jul, 2020

Dairy Herd Size Has Tremendous Impact on Costs

Business | By: Jim Dickrell

There is almost two-fold difference in the total economic cost of producing milk between the nation’s smallest and largest dairy farms.

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15 Jul, 2020

Could Beef on Dairy be Your Next Profit Center? Learn How!

Business | By: Taylor Leach

Building a successful beef on dairy program takes more than just selecting black bulls.

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02 Jul, 2020

Midwest SCCs Continue to Tick Down

Business | By: Jim Dickrell

Wisconsin had the lowest cell count in the Upper Midwest order, averaging 174,000 cells/mL last year.

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