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Commentary: Butter’s back, baby

But although new research exonerates the consumption of saturated fats in meat and dairy, the self-styled nutritional gurus at Harvard just can’t bring themselves to acknowledge the obvious. FULL STORY »

Collegiates can apply for Dairy Challenge "Social Media Corps"

The North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge (NAIDC) and Farm Credit are now recruiting for the 2014-2015 Dairy Challenge Social Media Corps. This unique opportunity allows students to gain real-world experience in developing their social media and communications skills. FULL STORY »

Sjostrom: Move over cream & sugar, butter is new coffee condiment

A guy started an entire company around the premise that you should add butter to coffee after roasting for the best taste and efficacy in drinking. I can buy that, or at least sell it. FULL STORY »

August U.S. milk production up 2.5%

Nationally, August 2014 milk production was estimated at 17.217 billion lbs., up 2.5% from August 2013, according to USDA’s monthly report. FULL STORY »

2014 turning to fourth quarter

Like a football game, 2014’s dairy year will ultimately be judged by its fourth quarter. FULL STORY »

Ag markets mixed to higher around midsession Wednesday

The corn and bean markets are proving surprisingly weak. Short-covering seemed to boost the crop markets again Tuesday night, but futures turned lower this morning. FULL STORY »

Farmers go digital to confront changing growing conditions

American farmers have a long history of overcoming obstacles. In 1938, they helped the country emerge from the Dust Bowl by switching to contour plowing and eradicated the boll weevil forty years later by employing integrated pest management techniques. FULL STORY »

Proof Positive: Genomics aids replacement, culling strategy

Genomic information helps dictate which animals to breed with sexed semen, and which ones to mate with something a little less expensive. FULL STORY »

Miner Institute: The scoop on rumen-protected lysine

Due to microbial utilization and limited availability of methionine and lysine in feed protein, supplementation of these two amino acids is often required to maintain lactational performance and health. FULL STORY »

VIDEOS: Selection of World Dairy Expo Junior & Supreme Champions Play video

Selection of the 2014 World Dairy Expo Junior Supreme Champion and Supreme Champion on October 4, 2014. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III pushes lower, Class IV mixed

Class III futures donned again their bear hats, pushing mostly lower on the day after the stark decline in the spot Barrel price. FULL STORY »

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