Management

Precision decisions

Precision dairy technology is rapidly changing the dynamics of the industry. There are many technologies available, but selecting the right type of precision equipment to invest in can be a difficult choice. FULL STORY »

The good side of technology

Dayton, Texas — In late July, I found myself poking at hay bales, seeing if my finger could press in a little ways in the middle of a round bale — but hardly any on the outer portions since it was wrapped so tight. On a field day with the New Holland folks, I became more and more aware of the science of hay-making. For example, bale weights can tell you where the best hay in the field is located. FULL STORY »

World Dairy Expo about to take center stage

It will become the “Center of the Dairy Universe” Oct. 1-5 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wis. FULL STORY »

Injection basics: First do no harm

New York veterinarian Mark Thomas offers advice on managing the products and procedures used to administer injectable vaccines and medications. FULL STORY »

High feed cost? Feedval 2012 to the rescue

With feed cost so high the last couple of years, dairy producers have needed all the help they can get. FULL STORY »

New-style calf barns spring up

The brutal winters of the Upper Midwest have motivated some producers to seek alternative housing facilities for their calves .They want an option that offers the environmental and health benefits of hutch housing FULL STORY »

Farm bill impasse: Are we really losing anything?

People have joked for decades about the need for caution when the legislature is in session. In fact, the famous phrase, “No man’s life, liberty, or property are safe while the legislature is in session,” was written 147 years ago. FULL STORY »

Managing your environment footprint

Whether you believe in global warming or not, it is evident consumers are looking for food that has been raised in a conscientious manner. FULL STORY »

Do small farms really take better care of their animals?

Many people believe — rightly or wrongly — that animals receive more individualized attention and better care on smaller farms.But a growing body of research refutes that notion. FULL STORY »

Risk-management strategy

This year, with increased moisture throughout the Corn Belt, analysts are forecasting nearly tripling corn stocks from one year to the next. FULL STORY »

Strategies for shortage of forage

With lingering drought in many areas, the forage supply may be limited. Quality has also been an issue. FULL STORY »

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