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Cows, farms also under gunfire near Gaza strip

Those of us who grew up on North American dairy farms often hold a high regard for veterinarians. The feeling is likely not any different in Israel, where veterinarians are rushing into areas recently destroyed by missiles to aid injured cattle. FULL STORY »

Plymouth, Wisconsin, wants to be ‘World’s Cheese Capitol’

Many small towns use symbols or slogans in an effort to market their highlights. Whether you’re touting the world’s largest Holstein cow (Salem Sue, Salem, North Dakota), “Where the battle wasn’t” (Gettysburg, South Dakota), or that you’re the cow chip capital (Beaver, Oklahoma), towns outside of metropolitan areas have to get creative in their branding to draw visitors and businesses. FULL STORY »

U.S. sees best corn crop since 1994

Seventy-three percent of the country’s corn crop is rated in good or excellent condition this week, the best conditions reported in 20 years. FULL STORY »

Milk quality meeting draws international audience to Belgium

Over 650 milk quality professionals from 51 countries attend National Mastitis Council regional meeting in Europe FULL STORY »

Minimizing storage losses in hay

Each harvest season brings concerns regarding storage options for hay. Indeed, producers need to find ways to prevent shrink losses in their bunkers and storage systems. Hay storage losses are around 5% when it is harvested at 15% moisture and stored under dry conditions. FULL STORY »

NASA engineer Hernandez shows how milk fuels a better future

Although parents don't always realize it, the advice they give and the nutritional choices they make can have a life-long effect on their children. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III futures up; butter slides

The Class III futures market opened higher and remained there throughout the day, with October finishing the day at $22.75/cwt. FULL STORY »

Dairy podcast: Mark and Bob scratching their heads about markets

Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Bob Cropp, dairy economics professor emeritus, are scratching their heads over dairy markets since the release of USDA’s Milk Production report. FULL STORY »

Monday's CME Dairy Market Recap

The overnight market brought Class III futures into Monday morning much higher. The September and October contracts traded as high as $23.85 and $22.85 respectively, but after a fairly quiet spot cheese market the futures fell off their highs. FULL STORY »

DuPont Pioneer Expanding Encirca℠ Yield Input Management Offering

New Grower Pilot Program will Focus on Phosphorous and Potassium Applications FULL STORY »

'Mini Me' Verne Troyer takes milk bucket challenge for ALS Play video

Verne Troyer, best known for playing "Mini Me" in the Austin Powers movies, took the ALS Ice Bucket challenge using milk - and a cookie - due to California's drought. FULL STORY »

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