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Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy® seeking next class of stewards

2015 U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards Program now accepting nominations FULL STORY »

Managing Silage Effluent

Fall is almost here and with that will come corn silage harvest. One common side effect of silage making is silage effluent. No matter our best efforts to harvest at the correct moisture and in a timely fashion, it happens. If you have a silo, upright or horizontal, you have some amount of silage effluent. FULL STORY »

Ten Do’s & Don’ts for ‘Low-Cost’ and ‘Retrofit’ Milking Parlors

As tie stall dairy producers think about herd expansion they often consider converting their existing building into a milking center. In many cases this is a reasonable idea. However, ‘low-cost’ should not be interpreted as ‘cheap.’ FULL STORY »

Time runs out on California reform plan

Time has run out on efforts to reform California’s milk pricing system this year. Legislation (AB 2730) introduced late last week will not be pursued this legislative session. FULL STORY »

World Dairy Expo Entries Due Soon

Dairy cattle exhibitors are encouraged to submit their entries now for World Dairy Expo. The initial deadline, to avoid late fees, is Sunday, Aug. 31, 2014 by midnight (CDT). Paper entries must be postmarked by that date to avoid late fees. FULL STORY »

Iowa rancher is next star on 'The Bachelor'

Chris Soules earned an agronomy and agriculture major at Iowa State University. But ABC announced that his next career move will be serving as "The Bachelor" in the next edition of the hit reality series, begun in 2002. FULL STORY »

It’s only natural, but what does that mean?

What does “natural” mean when it appears on a food label? A recent survey shows consumers really don’t know. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Spot cheese supports Class III push

The Class III futures market began the day mixed, but a continued push from spot cheese buyers meant Class III was quickly off to fresh highs. FULL STORY »

Animal Planet L!ve at Nebraska State Fair Birthing Pavilion

If you tune into Animal Planet this weekend, you will see a celebration of Labor Day in all its meanings. The main event is live animal births at the Nebraska State Fair’s birthing pavilion. FULL STORY »

Ag markets are generally mixed in early-Wednesday trading

Corn futures remain weak Wednesday morning. The U.S. corn crop is doing very well, with the recent heat wave likely helping plants in several areas. FULL STORY »

California considers Class 4 milk pricing changes

A bill put forward by California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) Secretary Karen Ross would transition California's Class 4 milk away from minimum pricing formulas toward “self-regulating marketing practices.” FULL STORY »

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