DHM Midwest: Aug. 9, 2014

An update of dairy-related news and events covering the Midwest FULL STORY »

California milk pricing proposals readied for action?

Proposed milk pricing legislation could be considered by the state legislature before lawmakers recess on Aug. 31. FULL STORY »

Livestock mortality composting webinars planned

Livestock mortality composting is a relatively inexpensive, biosecure and environmentally sound approach to addressing the issue of livestock carcass disposal. FULL STORY »

DMPP meetings getting underway

USDA hasn't released final details of the new Dairy Margin Protection Program (DMPP), but dairy farmer meetings are already beginning. FULL STORY »

Work continues at Expo's New Holland Pavilions Image Gallery

The two new World Dairy Expo New Holland Pavilions continued their progress, with size and shape becoming apparent recently. FULL STORY »

Leprino expansions reason for one-third of Colo. dairy cows

Two-thirds of the milk produced in Colorado ends up in Leprino Foods Co.’s two plants, in Fort Morgan and Greeley, the Western Dairy Association told the Denver Business Journal. As the world’s largest processor of mozzarella cheese, Leprino can take credit for a large portion of the 30,000 additional cows in the state in the past 10 years. FULL STORY »

Meredith: Profile of a Millennial: Google, The Magic Bus and Me

My husband recently accompanied me on a work trip to California. What a “trip” -- it included a ride on The Magic Bus and a glimpse of the California scene, not to mention a much-anticipated trip to the Google campus. FULL STORY »

Friday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Front month Class III contracts traded lower Friday as Sept – Dec contracts settled 8 to 22 cents lower. Futures were mixed in 2015, settling between 5 cents lower and 10 cents higher with no particular trends. FULL STORY »

Livestock futures remained under pressure Friday

Favorable weather depressed corn futures Friday. Widespread rainfall fell over the Corn Belt this week and precipitation is expected both next week and the week after. FULL STORY »

NYS OSHA begins LEP dairy farm inspections

The New York State Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA NYS) Local Emphasis Program (LEP) inspections have started. FULL STORY »

Wis. raw milk farmer wins court case, now has a winning business

For Vernon Hershberger, 2014 has been much better than 2013. Last year, he was in the middle of a raw milk suit against the state of Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

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