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Midwest Dairy elects leadership

April 13, 2021 DairyNews 0

Allen Merrill, from Parker, South Dakota, was re-elected chairman of Midwest Dairy during the organization’s annual meeting held last week in Des Moines, Iowa. Elections for the Corporate board officer team also were held. Charles [Read More …]

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Dairy – tough to live without it

April 13, 2021 DairyNews 0

Scientific studies have linked dairy consumption to numerous health benefits The misguided, fringe argument that dairy isn’t important to human diets would be laughable if it weren’t dangerous. Is it possible to live without dairy? It’s [Read More …]

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Register for NMC’s April 15 webinar

April 13, 2021 DairyNews 0

Selective Dry Cow Therapy: Which Herds, Which Cows?” headlines the National Mastitis Council’s (NMC) next webinar, set for April 15, starting at 2:00 p.m. Central time. This free, one-hour educational offering features Volker Krömker, a [Read More …]

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Wisconsin’s Dairy Badge of Pride

April 12, 2021 DairyNews 0

Building a trusted, respected brand like Wisconsin Cheese is no accident. Of course, beginning with high-quality milk produced by hard-working Wisconsin dairy farmers gets everything off on the right foot. But it requires a well-planned, [Read More …]

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Adopt a Cow program connects kids, cows and classrooms

April 12, 2021 DairyNews 0

Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin’s new program reached 1,640 classrooms and more than 28,000 Wisconsin students this school year. Ten Wisconsin dairy calves taught their unique farm story to tens of thousands of school kids across the state thanks to Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin (DFW) and Discover Dairy’s Adopt a Cow program. From August – October 2020, Wisconsin classrooms registered to “adopt” a calf from [Read More …]

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Drought Grips Western U.S.

April 9, 2021 DairyNews 0

After a year riddled with pandemic-related challenges, farmers were hoping for an easy, uncomplicated growing season. Unfortunately, for many that dream seems unlikely, as much of the Western half of the country is experiencing severe to [Read More …]