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Key factors to consider with a California federal order

The 2014 Farm Bill permits California producers to keep some form of their unique quota system if a Federal Milk Marketing Order is adopted. FULL STORY »

Open Pennsylvania dairy facilities sought

Pennsylvania farm owners with available and well-maintained open dairy farm facilities are wanted to provide leasing opportunities for young dairy entrepreneurs. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Last week in review

Class III futures finished the week on a soft note, but the market behavior surprised many participants who were expecting a major downside correction at the first sign of spot cheese weakness. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: CME, California NFDM, MILC

Today's post recaps closing cash dairy product prices on the CME, weekly California nonfat dry milk prices, and the extension of the MILC program. FULL STORY »

Michigan Milk Producers Association considering expansion

MMPA is studying processing expansion to accommodate member milk production growth; a final decision is likely in the coming months. FULL STORY »

Dairy applauds strategy for methane emission reduction

Dairy leaders applaud today’s announcement by the White House of a Biogas and Energy Roadmap to reduce methane emissions from agriculture. FULL STORY »

Dairy marches out like a lion

Feed prices were trending higher, but milk prices roared in March, and cull cow prices approached $1 per pound, based on end-of-month preliminary reports from USDA. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The upside of going veggie

Most folks would classify an upward trend in the number of people embracing vegetarianism as a negative development. But here’s a different, more upbeat, way to view those data. FULL STORY »

Living with drought website launched

Extension service launched its Living With Drought website, a one-stop shop where homeowners, gardeners, farmers, ranchers, natural resource managers and others can find information to help them respond to their various drought-related challenges. FULL STORY »

Ag markets proved quite mixed Friday

Long liquidation seemed to sink corn prices at Friday’s close. Corn futures tested technical resistance around recent highs Friday, which was rather surprising given the looming release of the USDA’s Grain Stocks and Prospective Plantings reports next Monday morning. FULL STORY »

April weather outlook: No major changes in patterns

Indiana farmers getting ready for spring planting can get a good idea of what they most likely will have to work with in April just by looking across their fields now. FULL STORY »

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