Ag markets remained mixed at midsession Thursday

The USDA’s Export Sales report discouraged corn traders. The weekly export sales report indicated a disappointing total for old crop corn sales, although the new crop total easily topped forecasts. FULL STORY »

FSMA transportation rules for dairy foods, feeds draw comments

With some exceptions, milk producers joined milk processors in supporting the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s proposed regulations on the safe shipment of food. FULL STORY »

Bill to tax sugar-sweetened beverages would exempt milk

U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT) introduced a bill that would institute a tax on sugar-sweetened beverages in the United States. However, any product with milk, soy or other plant-based milk substitutes as the primary ingredient would be exempt. FULL STORY »

Animal Welfare Audits: Part 6 - Follow-up for certification

The final installment in the six part series of Certified Farm Animal Welfare Audits looks at the follow-up corrective actions that need to take place after the audit in order for your farm to achieve certification. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III futures erode

Class III futures prices eroded yesterday, with August and September contracts seeing the steepest declines. The 2015 pack continues to hover near $18.00/cwt. FULL STORY »

Ag markets began Thursday mostly lower

Corn futures declined Wednesday night. The prospect of a huge fall harvest is weighed upon the crop markets again last night. FULL STORY »

Ag youth safety: Voluntary ‘best practices’ model published

A new voluntary “best practice” model policy has been developed to provide safety guidance for youth employed in agriculture. FULL STORY »

Wednesday's CME Dairy Market Recap

The market turned from bullish to bearish Wednesday as Class III futures sold off through the end of the year. The August contract settled at $21.38/cwt. (DOWN 0.24). FULL STORY »

Ag markets suffered a general divergence Wednesday

Corn futures fluctuated around unchanged levels Wednesday. The corn market followed soybeans lower Tuesday night as improved weather forecasts weighed on prices. FULL STORY »

Senators to FDA: We want more antibiotic information

Amid the on-going controversy over the use of antibiotics in food animal production, three Democratic Senators are pushing FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg for more information FULL STORY »

DHM Numbers: July Class III/IV prices higher

Federal order Class III & IV milk prices increased in July, according to the monthly price announcement from USDA's Ag Marketing Service. FULL STORY »

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