The Future of DAIRYBUSINESS is the Future of Dairy For a PDF version of this article, you can click here. The world is changing rapidly for individuals, families, businesses, institutions, government, education, our country and the world around us. The economy, education, and politics are just some of the key factors that are rapidly evolving to meet the needs, desires, and plans of everyone on the planet. Including the dairy industry. The world is changing rapidly for individuals, families, businesses, institutions, government, education, our country and the world around us. The economy, education, and politics are just some of the [Read More ...]
Water in AG Forum highlights cooperation between California and Israel Today, Secretary Karen Ross and Israeli Agricultural Minister Uri Ariel signed a Letter of Intent (see below) on agricultural cooperation furthering the commitment between [Read More ...]
SCR Dairy Adds Two to North American Team MADISON, Wis. (May 25, 2017)—SCR Dairy is pleased to announce today that Dennis Dynneson and Gary Bradfield have joined its North American team. In his new [Read More ...]
Johnan Complete Herd Dispersal Updates and Added Lots Sale Updates Lot 1 Bred 4/26/17 to Solomon-ET, 68# 4.5/3.7 SCC 113,000 Lot 2 PG-Female Lot 3 107# 2.5/3.3 SCC 30,000 Lot 4 [Read More ...]
Mrozinski joins Papillon as Vice President of Technical Sales Easton, MD (May 24, 2017) Papillon Agricultural Company announces the addition of Larry Mrozinski as vice president of technical sales. As a member of the [Read More ...]
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- Dairy farming: Hurrell family of Torrens Vale in South Australia eye total mixed ration - Weekly Times Now May 2, 2017Weekly Times NowDairy farming: Hurrell family of Torrens Vale in South Australia eye total mixed rationWeekly Times NowIn fact, for Wes and Rita Hurrell, from Torrens Vale, on South Australia's Fleurieu Peninsula, the changes they have made to adjust their dairy business to their climate has meant that when grass is available, it can be […]
- Expanding with crossbreds: 'Too many people regret the opportunities they didn't take' - Agriland April 6, 2017AgrilandExpanding with crossbreds: 'Too many people regret the opportunities they didn't take'AgrilandFaced with the opportunity of expanding their dairy business, Joe and Kathleen Kirwan jumped at the prospect of milking more cows. Previously, the husband-and-wife team milked a herd of 70 high-yielding Holstein Friesian cows on a 66ac block in Laurel ...
- Breed in dairy beef? Profit Planners weigh in. - American Agriculturist March 27, 2017American AgriculturistBreed in dairy beef? Profit Planners weigh in.American AgriculturistWe have a 300-cow milking herd averaging about 24,000 pounds a cow, and could grow the herd internally. But with current milk prices, would we be better off breeding low-end cows with black beef genes and feeding those calves out or selling them as ...
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From discussing care of fresh cows to embracing sustainability best practices, Elanco Animal Health recently presented a seminar highlighting the role of innovation in the dairy industry. The pre-conference seminar took place in conjunction with the Central Plains Dairy Expo in Sioux Falls, SD on March 28, 2017. Elanco experts shared highlights about the full costs of transition disease in the dairy industry, and the impact of sustainability and innovation along the I-29 Dairy Corridor in Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota. “The dairy industry is a highly competitive business and the bar for success is constantly rising. To be successful in this environment requires continued improvement driven by sound decision making and innovation,” said Michael Overton, DVM, MPVM, Advisor [Read More ...]