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Kentucky DPH urges consumers to avoid raw milk

The Kentucky Department for Public Health is warning consumers about the dangers of consuming unpasteurized milk as well as other products that could lead to disease-producing E. coli infection, following a recent outbreak in North Central Kentucky and the hospitalization of four children. FULL STORY »

Why wait to feed new-crop corn silage?

For many years, it has been a standard recommendation among nutritionists to wait until after Christmas to feed new-crop corn silage and high-moisture corn. This recommendation is grounded in decades of experience, but the science behind it is simple. FULL STORY »

Sjostrom: Do something about do-nothing organizations

Are you on any ineffective, underperforming, or simply laughable organization boards or committees? Maybe it is time to make a change. FULL STORY »

2014 World Forage Analysis Superbowl Winners Announced

Johnson Farms LLC, Daggett, Mich., took Grand Champion honors and was awarded a $2,500 check for its standard corn silage entry in the World Forage Analysis Superbowl. FULL STORY »

Monday's CME Dairy Market Recap

Class III Nov and Dec contracts settled 16 and 24 cents lower, respectively, while Jan through March 2015 lost from 6 to 15 cents. FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: Russia top U.S. dairy heifer market in August

August U.S. female dairy cattle exports continued to increase, but are still on pace to be the lowest annual total since 2010. FULL STORY »

'Champion Cow' playing cards available from National Dairy Shine

The National Dairy Shrine has created an updated version of the Champion Cow Playing Cards from 15 years ago. FULL STORY »

Heat stress costs to climb

Heat stress is costly to dairy farmers, and the negative economic impact stands to increase with global climate change, according to a new USDA Economic Research Service report. FULL STORY »

Feeder futures left out of Monday's strong ag market advance

Export Inspections probably encouraged bulls Monday. Rainfall over the central U.S. is likely to slow the U.S. fall harvest rather significantly, thereby potentially reducing yields. FULL STORY »

U.S. exporters face rougher sailing in August

U.S. dairy export volume sales have fallen in four of the last five months, reflecting pricing disadvantages for U.S. suppliers and more competition from Oceania and the EU. FULL STORY »

Ag markets moved almost universally higher Monday morning

Export Inspections probably encouraged bulls Monday morning. Rainfall over the central U.S. is likely to slow the U.S. fall harvest rather significantly, thereby potentially reducing yields. FULL STORY »

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