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 ...]
Vita Charge® Neonatal Keeps Calves Healthy, Growing St. Joseph, MO – Dairy producers want to give their calves a super start to life and a thriving future. Why not make sure their nutritional needs are met [Read More ...]
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Wisconsin Cow Wins 2016 Holstein Association USA Star of the Breed BRATTLEBORO, Vt., May 25, 2017- Miss Hot Mama-Red-ET EX 92 has earned the honor of Holstein Association USA’s 2016 Star of the Breed. This [Read More ...]
Youth Dairy Days Offer Dairy Management Topics The Penn State Extension Dairy Team will hold a fun and educational day for Pennsylvania’s youth interested in learning more about dairy production and herd management. Three locations [Read More ...]
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- Rising from the ashes - Lancaster Farming May 17, 2017Lancaster FarmingRising from the ashesLancaster FarmingSince then, the family had to first decide if they were going to stay in the dairy business. Then ... The tragedy was heartbreaking as they lost so many milk cows out of their multi-breed herd either immediately after the silo collapse or in the months ...
- 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 […]
- 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 ...
- Dairy farmers milk the cows every day of the year | Warr - NJ.com March 23, 2017NJ.comDairy farmers milk the cows every day of the year | WarrNJ.comMemorial Day, Labor Day - they are all the same. Cows don't take holidays. The dairy business used to be big business in New Jersey. Many dairies have closed in recent years, but not to worry. Dairy farms still dot the Hunterdon landscape. And […]
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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 ...]