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August average U.S. milk prices up slightly

USDA’s preliminary estimate of the August 2014 U.S. average all-milk price, at $23.70/cwt., was up 40¢ from July’s revised estimate, and the highest since May. FULL STORY »

Complete list of Dairy Margin Protection Program resources

Dairy Herd Management has compiled numerous sources and resources covering the dairy Margin Protection Program (DMPP). FULL STORY »

Ag markets moved mostly higher Thursday

Rising Black Sea tensions supporting the grain markets. Sources have proven that Russian forces are in eastern Ukraine. FULL STORY »

Storms bring drought relief to Calif. desert

California reported a slight drought improvement this week in the most unlikely of areas – the Mojave Desert. FULL STORY »

DMPP ‘Train-the-Trainer’ meetings scheduled

In addition to dairy producer informational meetings to explain the new Dairy Margin Protection Program (DMPP), the National Program on Dairy Markets and Policy (DMaP) will host five “Train-the-Trainer” workshops across the United States, beginning Sept. 9. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Connecting the dots

Two seemingly unrelated stories—Ebola in Nigeria and a new report on the impact of global meat production—are in fact directly tied to each other. Read on to learn how. FULL STORY »

Idaho production to 37M pounds per day; exports up 52%

State on track to become nation’s third largest milk producer; 72% of state’s milk cows located in Southern Idaho, according to the Southern Idaho Economic Development Organization. FULL STORY »

Animal judging – What’s it all about? - Part 1

This series of articles will introduce animal judging – what it is, the life skills it helps youth to develop, where it can take youth and why everyone should try it! FULL STORY »

Wisconsin's Biggest Weed contest winners announced

Despite the cool summer, plenty of weeds were entered in the ‘Biggest Weed’ contest sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Extension/Madison Weed Experts at the recent Wisconsin Farm Technology Days. Of the many samples brought in for identification, eight participants submitted nine weeds they felt deserved the title of Biggest Weed. FULL STORY »

Calves with Sam: Where is the Cocciostat?

"How are you controlling coccidia?" That was my question to the dairyman. The answer was, "I have X coccidiostat in the calf starter grain." Calves are housed individually in hutches, grain is replaced daily for younger calves, for older calves the pail contents are checked daily and more grain added is needed so the calves do no run out of grain before the next feeding. Calves have free-choice water. The dairyman said that the pre-weaned calves did not show clinical signs of coccidiosis although they did have some scours among calves three to four weeks old. FULL STORY »

‘Run for Reese’ to aid two injured in house fire, Sept. 6

Almost three months ago, we reported that two women were burned in a house fire, when Patricia Stiles rushed into the burning building to save her granddaughter, Reese Burdette. FULL STORY »

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