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Ag markets fell by varying amounts Monday morning

Weather news appears to be depressing the crop markets. Although news that March Chinese imports of U.S. corn fell sharply from last year probably weighed on CBOT prices, the weather was reportedly a bigger factor. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: Milk production update is today

USDA’s monthly Milk Production report will be released at 3 p.m. (Eastern) today, providing preliminary estimates for March, as well as revised estimates for February. FULL STORY »

Crop markets are mostly lower to start the week

Chinese news may be weighing on corn to start the week. Chinese officials announced overnight that their March imports of U.S. corn had fallen far short of the comparable year-ago level. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Spot strong, but futures weaker

There was volatility galore, but despite big ups and downs the April Class III contract gained only 19¢ last week. FULL STORY »

Next CDE ‘PYP’ call is April 23

The Center for Dairy Excellence (CDE) will host a “Protecting Your Profits” conference call on Wednesday, April 23 FULL STORY »

“Using farmers as educators, not mascots”

When it comes to finding trustworthy sources about food production, 53 percent of Americans view farmers and ranchers as good sources of information, according to the white paper report, “Emerging Faith in Food Production,” by Sullivan Higdon & Sink FoodThink. FULL STORY »

Miner Institute: Corn silage in 2014

For years we have had sufficient supply of corn silage and BMR corn silage to feed fully fermented silage through the Christmas holidays and beyond. In 2013, however, we fed ourselves out of corn silage. FULL STORY »

Can ration sorting benefit lactating dairy cattle?

Most of the time when we think about sorting and dairy cows, we focus on the negative consequences of cows selectively eating the finer particles in a diet. But there is growing evidence that cows facing an acidosis challenge will select feeds with high ruminal buffering capacity if given the opportunity. FULL STORY »

Getting a handle on the Dairy Margin Protection program

When it comes to risk management it seems like things are never simple. The new approach in the farm bill appears complicated. However, farms that have developed cash flow plans on their own or with the Extension Dairy Team, already have the tools available to implement the program effectively. FULL STORY »

Take care now to protect fall harvest

Farmers planting treated seed this spring should clean equipment thoroughly after planting to avoid contaminating their fall harvests. FULL STORY »

Groundbreaking marks new era for World Dairy Expo facilities

A crowd was on hand April 11 as project partners turned the first shovels of dirt, marking the start of the construction for the New Holland Pavilions at Alliant Energy Center, Madison, Wis. FULL STORY »

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