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Hubbard Feeds to launch new STRIVE calf program at Expo

Hubbard Feeds, the leading provider of researched-based, animal nutrition products, is pleased to announce the launch of its new STRIVE Calf Program at World Dairy Expo, Sept. 30 - Oct. 4, 2014 in Madison, WI. FULL STORY »

Tour of AMS-Galaxy-USA robot farm departs Expo grounds Wednesday

AMS-Galaxy-USA invites dairy producers for a late afternoon tour of Never Rest Dairy in nearby Watertown on Wednesday, October 1. Participants will meet at the booth and transportation to the dairy will be provided. Dinner will follow the tour. FULL STORY »

Dairy Calf and Heifer Association unveils new website

The association is excited to introduce a new website, www.calfandheifer.org. As part of the new design, enhanced features and member-only resources will increase opportunities and benefits available to association members. FULL STORY »

Avoiding the Fall Slump

Abruptly switching from old corn silage to fresh can cause a production slump FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Reassessing needs

Volatility was unquestionably present in Class III futures yesterday, as nearby contract values saw impressive swings prior to settling mixed. FULL STORY »

Baise: Are radical nutritionists hijacking federal dietary guidelines?

The federal Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee may be more concerned with social engineering than food science. FULL STORY »

Webinar seeking Johne’s Disease vaccine feedback today

Michigan State University is hosting a free webinar today, Sept. 24, addressing the development of a new vaccine for Johne’s disease (in ruminants) to gain feedback from industry. FULL STORY »

US Ag Safety and Health Centers celebrate Farm Safety Week

10 U.S. Agricultural Safety and Health Centers encourage everyone involved in the agriculture industry to recognize National Farm Safety and Health Week (September 21-27). FULL STORY »

ABS Global, Inc., files suit against Sexing Technologies

ABS Global, Inc., is alleging that ST has acquired and maintained a monopoly in processing sexed bovine semen through anti-competitive and exclusionary conduct, in breach of various U.S. state and federal competition statutes. FULL STORY »

Fonterra gives N.Z. milk prices a cut as earnings fall

New Zealand cooperative Fonterra saw net profit after taxes fall 76 percent for the fiscal year ending in July, and warned producers of a lower milk price. FULL STORY »

Fresh milk air shipments continue from Australia to China

Fresh milk is worth the price to Chinese consumers, who will now be able to get their hands on up to 50,000 liters (110,000 pounds or about 12,700 gallons) a week delivered by air from Australia. FULL STORY »

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