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A2 milk under attack in Australia

Have you heard about A2 milk? Parmalat, the world’s second-largest dairy processor, hopes that if you haven’t now, you won’t ever. FULL STORY »

Dairy farmer caucus asks for protection in trade talks

More than 175 Republican and Democratic House members are urging the Obama administration to use the transatlantic trade talks with the European Union to address a variety of export barriers hampering the U.S. dairy industry, like the EU's attempts to keep U.S. companies from using common food names like parmesan and feta in export markets and even in the U.S. domestic market. FULL STORY »

Mapleline Fams shows off farm to wholesale buyers

John Kokoski welcomed wholesale buyers onto his farmstead milk-bottling operation, Mapleline Farms in Hadley, Mass. The 150-cow Jersey farm began with John's great grandfather in 1904, with the bottling operation beginning in 1995 off-farm, moving it to the farm in 2004. FULL STORY »

Ireland readies to ramp up production, U.K. nervous

The European Union’s milk quota program is set to expire in April 2015, and Ireland is getting ready to increase production by 50%. This leaves neighboring United Kingdom farmers and dairy processors nervous about imports from Ireland, a low-cost producer. FULL STORY »

McDonald's Happy Meals add Yoplait's Go-GURT

Dairy farmers have one more thing to be happy about - McDonald's Happy Meals will soon have a Go-GURT yogurt option. FULL STORY »

USDA Announces Support to Improve Water Quality

Running an economical and environmentally friendly dairy operation is a tough job but Andreas Farms is dedicated to meeting the challenge. FULL STORY »

Cucumbers and Apples help "Most Innovative" dairy product winners

Two new milk and cultured dairy products – Cucumber Dill Cottage Cheese and Caramel Apple Flavored Milk – were named the most innovative dairy products in the 2014 Most Innovative Dairy Products Competition, hosted by the International Dairy Foods Association. FULL STORY »

Pennsylvania plant marketing milk with California standards Play video

One small dairy plant thinks it can increase milk sales by adopting California milk standards – in Pennsylvania. FULL STORY »

Another digester makes the switch to CNG

George DeRuyter & Sons dairy of Yakima County, Washington will begin work this summer to convert its anaerobic digester from electricity to supplying a pipeline with compressed natural gas (CNG). FULL STORY »

Poll: What is your prediction for the U.S. economy over the next year?

- Much better than today
- Somewhat better than today
- About the same
- Worse than today
- Much worse than today
- Other
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Poll: Will the Congressional Super Committee treat dairy fairly as it works on the federal budget?

- Yes
- No
- Not sure
FULL STORY »

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