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DHM Southwest: April 12, 2014

An update of dairy news and events in the Southwest FULL STORY »

Dairy groups call for tax code extension

Several dairy organizations were among 36 agricultural groups calling on Congress to renew areas of the expired tax code dealing with bonus depreciation and immediate expensing of purchased business assets. FULL STORY »

Two dairy veterinarians among Hall of Fame nominees

Five distinguished cattle veterinarians – including two dairy veterinarians – have been nominated for the 2014 Cattle Production Veterinarian Hall of Fame FULL STORY »

Prevent the spread of invasive species

The USDA has proclaimed April as Invasive Plant Pest and Disease Awareness Month. Here are some tips to prevent the spread of noxious weeds and bugs to your area and other regions of the country. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: CME, fluid sales, replacements

Today's post recaps cash CME, February fluid sales and replacement cow/heifer auctions. FULL STORY »

Grain, soy futures dipped while other markets firmed Friday p.m.

Big soy losses seemed to weigh on corn futures Friday. The soy complex dipped Thursday night, then declined farther Friday morning as traders continued reacting to news of big Chinese soy shipment cancellations. FULL STORY »

Ag markets generally firmed Friday morning

Big soy losses seem to be weighing on corn futures. The soy complex dipped Thursday night, then declined farther this morning as traders tried continued reacting to news of big Chinese soy shipment cancellations. FULL STORY »

What could an employee handbook do for your farm?

Producers often express an interest in developing employee handbooks for their farms to add some protection to their human resource management. FULL STORY »

Missouri bill recognizes dairy plight

This week, the Missouri House of Representatives passed the “Missouri Dairy Revitalization Act of 2014,” a bill that could help the future of the state’s dairy farming. FULL STORY »

Alfalfa’s benefits to livestock, soil worth the work

Soil testing is a necessity to reap the benefits of growing alfalfa for hay, said Dirk Philipp, assistant professor with the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture. FULL STORY »

Improve reproductive management to improve bottom line

Livestock producers whose herds have poor reproductive success earn less and have higher production costs per head than those whose herds reproduce successfully, says Dr. David Fernandez, Cooperative Extension Program livestock specialist at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. FULL STORY »

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