Total U.S. production was down 0.1% with 62,000 fewer cows than last year.
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'When you stick to the knowable, direct emissions, the climate burden of cattle fall away.' --Paul John Scott
Milk production in May was down 0.4% across all states compared to last year, according to USDA. Total production sat at 19.055 billion pounds, up from 18.468 billion pounds in April.
An undercover video shot at Fair Oaks earlier this year created a significant amount of news and sparked conversations.
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An analysis of somatic cell counts (SCCs) from Dairy Herd Improvement herds shows 2018 had the lowest average SCC ever at 191,000 cells/mL.