Feature Articles

Shrink the shrink: Feed handling and storage

Even as feed prices decline, there’s money to be saved by managing on-farm inventories and limiting shrink losses. FULL STORY »

Thank you for 21 great years

I have actually thought what it would be like to work on a fishing ship, since I love the ocean. But then I discovered that commercial fishermen have one of the highest fatality rates of any occupation. FULL STORY »

2014: Some uncertainty amid the optimism

Feed costs are down and milk prices are predicted to be steady. Yet there is still some uncertainty for the U.S. dairy industry outlook in 2014. FULL STORY »

A breath of fresh air for calves

As dairies increasingly turn to housing young calves indoors, ventilation, as it relates to animal health, becomes a key consideration. Outdoor calf hutches, of course, have served well and provide ample ventilation. Their exposure to weather, however, can result in stress on calves and extra labor for dairy workers. Also, calf hutches do not facilitate use of automated feeders. FULL STORY »

Corn silage advances to new levels

Innovations like Shredlage™ are changing the game. FULL STORY »

Death loss a 'big deal'

The death rate among cows on U.S. dairy farms has increased over the last couple of decades. FULL STORY »

This young dairyman looks for opportunities

I love this time of year. Reflecting back on 2013 and setting new goals for 2014, I see that some of my resolutions may be repeat attempts. Nevertheless, I am able to anticipate what a new year of change and opportunity can bring. FULL STORY »

Tough food issues: Are we overreacting?

I had the privilege last summer to speak to a group from Georgia comprised of leaders in agriculture. After I was done with my little spiel, a very astute gentleman asked me pointedly, “Emily, don’t you just think we’re overreacting?” FULL STORY »

Lack of innovation has hurt milk sales

Everyone knows that fluid milk consumption has been declining for years. A major reason: Lack of innovation among milk processors. FULL STORY »

This young farmer wants to be a positive spokesman for dairy

How can you tell what a dairy farmer looks or acts like if you’ve never met one? FULL STORY »

2013: A mixed bag

it was a good year for some dairy farmers, a not-so-good year for others -- a lot of it had to do with the weather. Overall, the year might be described as a "mixed bag.". FULL STORY »

Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Next

Grand L60 Series

Kubota’s Grand L60 Series combines a higher level of luxury with outstanding productivity never before seen in this class of ... Read More

View all Products in this segment

View All Buyers Guides

Feedback Form
Leads to Insight