July 17 Feature Article

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  • Rodehutscord Receives Poultry Nutrition Research Award Markus Rodehutscord, Ph.D., of the University of Hohenheim, received the Poultry Nutrition Research Award. ARLINGTON, Va., July 20, 2017 — Markus Rodehutscord, Ph.D., a professor of animal nutrition at the University of Hohenheim, Germany, was presented with the Poultry Nutrition Research Award at the Poultry [Read More ...]

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  • Cow Boarding Business Anchors Diversified Va. Farm - Lancaster Farming June 19, 2017
    Lancaster FarmingCow Boarding Business Anchors Diversified Va. FarmLancaster Farming“I cow board because I want to be in the dairy business and not milk 70 cows. We have around 10 in the cow boarding program and we have raw cheese made from the milk on Mondays and Thursdays by Spring Gap Mountain Creamery in Paw Paw, […]
  • Holstein Friesian herd competition set to kick off this month - Agriland June 4, 2017
    AgrilandHolstein Friesian herd competition set to kick off this monthAgrilandThe Kerry Holstein Friesian Breeders Club (KHFBC) has launched its annual herds competition for 2017. The contest is open to pedigree herds, and judging will start on June 19. The KHFBC herds competition is based on production and conformation, ...
  • Wisconsin dairy farmers survive trade dispute crisis - Wisconsin State Farmer May 2, 2017
    Wisconsin State FarmerWisconsin dairy farmers survive trade dispute crisisWisconsin State FarmerWATERLOO - A huge weight was lifted off Shane and Jennifer Sauer last week after they learned Rolling Hills Dairy Processors in Monroe would take the milk produced by their 120 cows. "It was terrifying to know something you've worked so hard for ...and more »
  • Milk Glut Thins Herd of Connecticut's Family Dairy Farmers - U.S. News & World Report May 1, 2017
    Milk Glut Thins Herd of Connecticut's Family Dairy FarmersU.S. News & World ReportIt continues to dwindle as mid-sized family-owned dairies like Tanner's either sell their cows or consolidate with bigger farms. Twenty-five years ago, the state had the same number of cows — about 25,000 — but they were kept at more than 300 farms.and […]


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  • Cargill Joins Forces with Consumer Physics to Launch Advanced Digital Nutrition Offering Special introductory offer for orders placed by August 15 Cargill Animal Nutrition has selected Consumer Physics to collaborate and introduce Reveal® to U.S. dairy producers. Reveal is a real-time forage analysis service that puts the power of a Cargill forage lab analysis in the palm of a hand by utilizing SCiO – the smallest handheld Near-Infrared (NIR) spectrometer available, by Consumer Physics. “Today’s dairy producers are constantly pushing the envelope to run a more productive and efficient operation. They need cutting edge offerings like Reveal that allow them to make smarter nutrition decisions, when they need to be made,” says Mike Messman, strategic technology lead for Cargill’s U.S. [Read More ...]

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