Animal ID: Will it take a crisis?
Recently, while going through security at Portland International Airport, the TSA screener needed to take another look at my computer bag. He put the bag aside for a few minutes to process a few other passengers while waiting for an assistant to come and do a manual check. FULL STORY »
Meeting “unmet demand”
I have always owned cars with American nameplates. I drive an old Ford Taurus to and from work because it gets decent gas mileage and has proven itself reliable over 203,521 miles. FULL STORY »
Positive results from our June issue
Our June issue, which featured producer "talking points" on animal welfare, the environment and other issues, continues to generate positive ripple effects across the industry. FULL STORY »
In the 14 years I have been editor of Dairy Herd Management, I have never received as many positive responses about an issue as I received for our June “consumer talking points” edition. Many of you said you liked the way we handled it and found the information useful.The only critical comment we received was from organic milk producer Francis Thicke of Fairfield, Iowa. FULL STORY »