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02 Aug, 2019

Week In Review: Top Dairy Stories Of The Week

News | By: Brittany Bowman

Milk prices and trade dominated the news cycle the last week of July.

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30 Jul, 2019

California Companies Complete Dairy Renewable Natural Gas Facility

News | By: Jim Dickrell

This first phase of the project collects methane from four large dairy farms and converts it into pipeline quality, renewable vehicle fuel.

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25 Jul, 2019

MFP 2019 Will Pay Dairy 20 Cents Per CWT

News | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Producers have to have been in business as of June 1. Signup starts July 29 and runs through December. 

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23 Jul, 2019

California Groups To Take Systematic Look At Dairy Quota

News | By: Jim Dickrell

Meetings are scheduled next week in Ontario, Tulare, Turlock and Petaluma.

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22 Jul, 2019

Did Production Rise Or Fall In Your State In June?

News | By: Mike Opperman

Total U.S. production was up 0.1% with 62,000 fewer cows than last year. 

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19 Jul, 2019

Week in Review: Trending Dairy Topics

News | By: Brittany Bowman

These articles have been trending on MILK Business.

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17 Jul, 2019

Fair Oaks Farms Suspect Released from Jail

News | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Edgar Gardozo-Vazquez, the only arrested suspect in the Fair Oaks Farms animal abuse case was released from jail on Wednesday following his bond reduction hearing.

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15 Jul, 2019

Trump: Dairy Farmers are "Over The Hump"

News | By: Mike Opperman

USMCA, MFP touted as benefits to Wisconsin producers. 

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11 Jul, 2019

10 Hot Top Articles You Don't Want To Miss

News | By: Brittany Bowman

As we wrap up this week, here is the most popular content on MILK Business.com.  See which ones you missed to stay up-to-date on dairy industry news.

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09 Jul, 2019

Debunking the Myth That Cows Are Responsible for Climate Change

News | By: Jim Dickrell

'When you stick to the knowable, direct emissions, the climate burden of cattle fall away.' --Paul John Scott

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