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Wednesday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Wednesday’s spot cheese market provided a shot in the arm for front months in cheese and Class III futures, but the deferred months showed some weakness. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: September Class I base slightly lower

The September 2014 federal order milk marketing order Class I base milk price is $23.63/cwt., down 24¢ from August 2014, but still $4.47 more than September 2013. FULL STORY »

Tumbling livestock quotes led ag commodites lower Wednesday

Crop tour results again weighed on corn and soy futures. A privately sponsored tour of Corn Belt fields is yielding some very high forecasts for the fall harvest, thereby exerting fresh downward pressure upon new-crop corn and soy futures. FULL STORY »

Kan. veterinarians get soaked in Ice Bucket Challenge

Staff at a rural veterinary practice in central Kansas have joined the ranks of politicians, celebrities and everyday Americans who are getting soaked in ice water in the name of charity. FULL STORY »

Cropp: August dairy situation and outlook

Milk production is picking up, as dairy producers add cows and feed for higher production per cow. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Milk production jumps

The massive gain in milk production reported by USDA after the close yesterday pushed prices below settlement levels, indicating some weakness likely to start today’s session. FULL STORY »

72-stall robotic rotary breaks ground in Wisconsin

In late August, GEA Farm Technologies broke ground on the installation of DairyProQ, a milking system allowing farms to install individual, fully automatic robotic milking stall modules on a rotary parlor. FULL STORY »

Cover Crops for Forage and Dairy Production

In the Upper Plains it might not be economical, or even practical, to plant another grain crop during the growing year; however, it may be in the producer's interest to consider a cover crop to increase revenues. FULL STORY »

California anaerobic digester project nears completion

Installation and construction are nearly complete on a California anaerobic digester that will process 55,000 gallons of solid and liquid dairy waste per day. The digester is scheduled to open Sept. 30, at Calgren Renewable Fuels, Pixley, Calif. FULL STORY »

Dairy Farmers Of Ontario now title sponsor of Ont. Men's Curling

Dairy Farmers of Ontario (DFO) announced their title sponsorship of the 2015 Ontario Men's Curling Championship: The 2015 Recharge with Milk Tankard. FULL STORY »

Dave Dickson’s family gives $775,000 to support UW judging

Dave Dickson led five UW teams to championships at the National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest. FULL STORY »

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