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USDA reminds farmers of conservation compliance changes

USDA reminded farmers that changes mandated through the 2014 Farm Bill require them to have on file a Highly Erodible Land Conservation and Wetland Conservation Certification FULL STORY »

WUD to host Margin Protection Program-Dairy workshops

Western United Dairymen (WUD) will host a series of informational workshops on the new Margin Protection Program for Dairy. FULL STORY »

Dairy trade update: NDM/SMP exports hit record high in May

U.S. exporters shipped 60,358 tons of nonfat dry milk/skim milk powder (NDM/SMP) in May, up 8% from last year and the most ever in a single month. FULL STORY »

Livestock futures tumble Wednesday morning

Corn futures remained under pressure Wednesday morning. FULL STORY »

U.S. June milk production up 1 percent

Friday’s USDA Milk Production report showed just a modest 1 percent gain in milk production over 2013, although the 23 major states grew 2.0 percent over June 2013. FULL STORY »

Cropp: July Dairy Situation and Outlook

The relative increase in milk production is showing strength. But, that said, no sharp decline in prices well below $18/cwt. is anticipated in the foreseeable future. FULL STORY »

ADSA awards researchers at annual meeting

The American Dairy Science Association is holding its annual meeting at the Kansas City Convention Center this week. Last night’s ceremony honored renowned researchers from around the U.S. and world for their contributions to the industry, and also installed new officers to the ADSA board of directors. FULL STORY »

Alumbaugh: Everyone is responsible

It’s a tragedy, really. We produce the safest, most abundant food supply in the world, but the Economic Research Service (ERS) estimates that in 2010, 31 percent of food available for consumption at the retail and consumer levels in the United States went uneaten. FULL STORY »

Dairy podcast: Mark and Bob provide July dairy outlook

Bob Cropp and Mark Stephenson provide their monthly outlook on the markets. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Shrugging off bearish news

Class III and cheese posted firming futures prices on moderate volume Tuesday after having shrugged off the most recent bearish USDA milk production numbers. FULL STORY »

Soaring temperatures, soaring somatic cell counts

Keeping somatic cell counts low in your herd can prove to be a real challenge during the hot summer months, when counts can soar along with the mercury. FULL STORY »

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