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May U.S. female dairy cattle exports bounce back

USDA’s Foreign Ag Service said 4,938 female dairy replacements were exported during the month, the highest monthly total since December 2013. FULL STORY »

Young Farmer: The evolution of the farmwife

The romantic notion of the farmwife life I wanted started with my grandma, the neighbor ladies, and small-town idealism. The goal was simple; settle down, marry a dairy farmer, and then spend my days baking pies, raising babies, and farming alongside my husband in the rural Midwest. FULL STORY »

MMPA Hires New General Manager

The Michigan Milk Producers Association board of directors has named Joe Diglio as the cooperative’s new general manager. Joe has been serving as acting general manager since May. FULL STORY »

Dairy Cattle Entries Now Open for World Dairy Expo

World Dairy Expo’s 2014 dairy cattle entries are now open. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets: May dairy product output grows

Today's post highlights USDA's monthly dairy Products report, Midwest milk-feed price ratios, weekly cow culling and ethanol production/corn use. FULL STORY »

Thursday’s CME Dairy Market Recap

After a couple of bearish days in Class III futures, Thursday’s market showed a glimpse of support. FULL STORY »

It's warming up - manage that heat stress

A dairy cow has a completely different perspective of summer than we do. Most of our dairy cows prefer cooler temperatures. FULL STORY »

Vermont allows raw milk transfer at farmers’ markets

Fresh off a big campaign to label products containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs), another of Vermont’s controversial 2014 legislative initiatives has come to fruition – allowing for pickup of raw milk at farmers’ markets. FULL STORY »

Prairie Farms donates 10,000 gallons of milk to food banks

Prairie Farms donated and delivered 10,500 gallons of milk (that's 168,000 servings of milk) to 21 food banks in eight states. FULL STORY »

National DHIA scholarship application available online

National Dairy Herd Information Association (NDHIA) is offering $750 scholarships to full-time incoming and continuing students at technical and two-year and four-year colleges/universities. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Dairy markets take a beating

Cheese and Class III milk went from the favorite student to the bad boy in class, with the Class III bull being pummeled hard over the last two trading sessions. FULL STORY »

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