Data

Wise up with our data feed. From do's and don'ts to technological trends across the dairy industry.

19 Aug, 2020

Milk Production, Cow Numbers Up in July

Data | By: Jim Dickrell

Cow numbers peaked at 9.385 million head in March, and were dropping 10,000 to 15,000 cows each month until July, when they again ticked upward.

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16 Jul, 2020

Technologies Identify the 7 ‘Known Unknowns’ of Feeding Cows

Data | By: Aidan Connolly

Precision nutrition means feeding cows precisely what they need. It's not always that easy.

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24 Jun, 2020

California Counties Continue to Dominate Milk Production List

Data | By: Jim Dickrell

Fourteen top counties from 7 states represent 25 percent of Federal Order milk.

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13 May, 2020

COVID-19: Making Lemonade out of Lemons

Data | By: Aidan Connolly

 

Farmers are the best adaptors; through wars, weather and crisis we have maintained an upward trajectory in productivity and efficiency. 

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09 Mar, 2020

Data-Driven Teamwork

Data | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Largest robotic dairy in the world uses internal benchmarking to meet goals.

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02 Mar, 2020

John Phipps: Social Media Outrage Exhaustion is Bad for Your Health

Data | By: John Phipps

Some of the recent outrage maybe be justified, but most is not, and can be deflated with a few minutes of information seeking.

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27 Feb, 2020

Where Does Your State Rank In Milk Per Cow?

Data | By: Jim Dickrell

Average milk per cow in the United States is 23,391 pounds.

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27 Feb, 2020

Farm Numbers Show the Smallest Drop in Recent History

Data | By: Sara Schafer

The U.S. saw a loss of 5,800 farms in 2019 versus 2018, per USDA. But, that’s the smallest decline in recent years.

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07 Feb, 2020

Will AI Replace People on the Farm?

Data | By: Aidan Connolly

The promise of artificial intelligence is every bit as transformational as any other technology we have had in the history of farming.

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04 Dec, 2019

Conservation Can Put Dollars In Dairy Farmers’ Pockets, Report Shows

Data | By: Rhonda Brooks

Partnerships, both formal and informal, can help dairy farmers in their efforts to adopt conservation measures to improve soil and water quality.

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