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Young Farmer: Preparing for a future on the dairy farm

Challenging classes, a modern perspective, improved decision-making abilities, and the hands-on approach are just some of the phrases you would hear sophomore Matt Harnish use to describe what he loves about the Dairy Leaders of Tomorrow (DLT) program. FULL STORY »

Give advertisers feedback: What's your opinion?

Participate in the annual Dairy Herd Management advertising feedback survey. FULL STORY »

Ag markets posted a mixed showing again Monday night

Corn futures sustained their Monday advance overnight. The USDA’s Grain Stocks and Prospective Plantings reports proved supportive of the corn price outlook, thereby prompting substantial CBOT gains. FULL STORY »

Don't believe these dairy food myths or you'll be the April fool

Food myths can begin in any number of ways. Sometimes they are old wives' tales that just won't go away. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: Turlock dairy sale; economic indexes

Today's post summarizes a dairy replacement auction, and looks at two general economic indexes. FULL STORY »

A look at the new dairy margin protection program

The new farm bill includes major changes to traditional dairy programs, but the USDA rules and regulations are still being written. FULL STORY »

Leadership: How are you empowering others?

Too often, we fail to communicate and adequately train others when we attempt to empower them in leadership positions. What results often is frustration of both parties part, along with a potential malfunction within the organization. FULL STORY »

Cow sensor technology: Are you using it?

In recent years, there has been increased interest in technologies that automatically monitor cow behavior and physiology. FULL STORY »

Ag markets proved quite volatile Monday

Corn futures rallied in response to the late-morning USDA reports. The USDA published its quarterly Grain Stocks and annual Prospective plantings reports at 11:00 CDT today, which sparked a bullish move in corn futures. FULL STORY »

During drought, farmers must also manage stress

Times are tough. Drought and resulting water shortages leave farmers and ranchers looking at unplanted fields, dried-out pastures and the prospect of reduced production and income. FULL STORY »

Dairy sector developments

Milk prices are high and feed costs are much lower than they were a year ago – but even with good profits, milk producers have not expanded. FULL STORY »

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