With dairy producers under seemingly endless financial pressure, we talk this week with Financial Consultant John Ellsworth who shares some management strategies aimed at improving margins.
Joel Hastings of DairyBusiness News provides updates on important upcoming dairy meetings and conferences.
John Pagel of Kewaunee, Wisconsin Joel Hastings of DairyBusiness pays tribute to John Pagel of Kewaunee, Wisconsin who died in a private plane crash en route from Indianapolis to Green Bay. We join with so [Read More …]
Joel Hastings of DairyBusiness interviews Dr. Vikram Mistry at World Ag Expo. Dr. Mistry is head of the Dairy Department at South Dakota State University in Brookings, SD and describes the three dairy tracks at [Read More …]
Speakers, Researchers and Vendors Bring “Dairying to Thrive” Theme to Life March 14-15 in Madison, Wisconsin Leading speakers from around the world will join more than 1,700 dairy farmers and industry professionals to provide unparalleled [Read More …]
This week, Joel Hastings talks about President Trump’s speach at the American Farm Bureau Convention, where Trump discussed the new tax bill, NAFTA, and the U.S. economy. Hastings also gives insight on Ag Secretary Sonny Purdue’s Task [Read More …]
Business Transition, Leadership, Animal Care and Management on Tap The Professional Dairy Producers® (PDPW) is offering several educational trainings focused on helping dairy farmers, managers and industry professionals boost their management and leadership skills to [Read More …]
This week, Joel Hastings discusses the Holstein Association’s release of the calendar year 2017 and the participation in registry and identification of Holstein cattle once again setting new records.
This week, Joel Hastings of DairyBusiness & HolsteinWorld focuses on combined fat and protein as the driver for farm milk prices, with management strategies identified to increase fat production on the dairy farm and the [Read More …]
Joel Hastings of DairyBusiness & HolsteinWorld extends his best wishes for the holiday and a Merry Christmas to all!
This week, Joel Hastings discusses the back story surrounding the Environmental Protection Agency’s ruling in federal court that would postpone reporting of air emissions until January 22, 2018.This is extremely informative and a must-see!
Joel Hastings reports from Las Vegas, Nevada at Dave Rama’s Fun in the Sun Sale.
Joel Hastings, of DairyBusiness & HolsteinWorld, discusses a recent survey of young farmers conducted by the National Young Farmers Coalition in partnership with Dr. Kathleen Merrigan of George Washington University and former U. S. Deputy [Read More …]
On-Farm Workshop held Dec. 13 in Kewaunee County and Dec. 14 in Clark County When a planned event or unexpected incident occurs on farm – good or bad – our consumers and community expect to [Read More …]
Rachel Coelho is a junior ag major at Fresno State University, active in the dairy club and communications. This week she talks about her attendance at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Dairy Farmers, Policy Makers and Educators Come Together to Discuss Issues across Food Chain GMOs, air quality, water quality, animal treatment, antibiotic resistance … these issues and many more are becoming part of the purchasing [Read More …]
DairyBusiness’ This Week in Dairy features Rachel Coelho, a junior ag communications major at Fresno State. Rachel talks with Joel Hastings about revitalization of the undergraduate dairy program at this important ag school in California’s [Read More …]
November 4, 2017 | NY Holstein Harvest | Ithaca, NY Cornell Livestock Pavilion, Ithaca, NY | 11:00am Click here for the Catalog November 4, 2017 | NY Holstein Harvest | Ithaca, NY
This week’s dairy news is provided by Joel Hastings of DairyBusiness & HolsteinWorld. This weekly video is provided as a service to our dairy professional audience.
USDA Offers Support to People and Communities Affected by California Wildfires WASHINGTON, October 25, 2017 – Assistant to the Secretary for Rural Development Anne Hazlett announced today that USDA is making resources available to [Read More …]
Northern NY Research Tests Corn-Rye Double Cropping Yield, Conservation Opportunities Northern N.Y. Harvested cornfields may look barren, but in some a winter-hardy crop is already growing. The results of field trial research funded by the [Read More …]
PDPW Feed & Nutrition Conference, repeating Nov. 14 in Marshfield, and Nov. 15 in Arlington, Wis. Hundreds of dairy owners, feed managers and other industry professionals will come together to learn the latest in dairy [Read More …]
Joel Hastings speaks about this year’s Annual Banquet of National Dairy Shrine at World Dairy Expo.
October 21, 2017 | The Wall Street Dairy 10th Anniversary Sale | Mayville, NY 150 Head. Holstein, Swiss, Jersey, Short Horn, Ayrshire breeds! One of the finest herds in the east! Click here to view [Read More …]
World Dairy Expo Review Joel Hastings with DairyBusiness & HolsteinWorld reports on a number of official statistics that were of interest, including the total number of visitors, international guests, country attendance rankings, the World Forage [Read More …]
DairyBusiness This Week in Dairy for October 7, 2017. Joel Hastings reports from World Dairy Expo as the event wraps up another exciting week.
Lee Mielke is a veteran dairy journalist and broadcaster, currently carried in a dozen Ag newspapers nationally. This column is prepared especially for the readers of DairyBusiness. Based in Lynden, Wash., he can be reached [Read More …]
With World Dairy Expo only a couple of days away, where you’ll see some of the very best displays of registered dairy cattle anywhere, it might be appropriate to share with you one of our [Read More …]
With immigration in the headlines this week, all about DACA and people brought into this country as children, on the dairy front there was a truly upsetting story from Michigan about a dairy producer paying [Read More …]
The Mielke Market Update September 15 – Lee Mielke Lee Mielke is a veteran dairy journalist and broadcaster, currently carried in a dozen Ag newspapers nationally. This column is prepared especially for the readers of [Read More …]