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The latest greatest technology on our dairy farm, farming 21st century Play video

As farmers we are always striving to be better at our jobs. Using the latest tools availble not only keep us on our toes, they really do make us better stewards of our land and livestock. FULL STORY »

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Lorin Berge talks with Dairy Herd Management Play video

Lorin Berge, dairy producer from Valders, Wis., said he tries to keep treatment protocols simple, which helps minimize the chances of mistakes FULL STORY »

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Industry discusses ways to avoid SCC, residue problems Play video

Last January, when it appeared that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration would step up monitoring of dairy farms that have had antibiotic residue violations, it got everyone’s attention. The FDA ended up delaying the program — until this summer — but the subject of residues has stayed on the front-burner. FULL STORY »

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Vilsack touts trade deals to Congress Play video

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack talked trade and pending trade agreements with lawmakers. The USDA's Bob Ellison has more. FULL STORY »

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Precision ag helps farmers be more environmental Play video

Through the use of precision agriculture technology farmers are more environmental than ever before. Michelle Rook looks at how its helping farmers to use less herbicide and fertilizer and still get higher and higher yields. FULL STORY »

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Phosphorus removal from ground water Play video

SUNUP's Austin Moore talks with OSU soil chemist Chad Penn about why phosphorus build-up can be a problem in the water system and shows us a unique device designed to remove that unwanted phosphorus. FULL STORY »

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Beef and dairy lead rising food prices Play video

A U-S Department of Agriculture economist says the trip to the grocery store will be more expensive in 2011 than it was in 2010. The USDA's Bob Ellison has more. FULL STORY »

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The family makes the farm Play video

If Steven decides to join the family dairy, he'll be the 5th generation of the Brockshus family to do it. FULL STORY »

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Dehorning: A humane practice focused on cow safety Play video

Cows in nature are prey species so they developed horns as a defense mechanism. The cows with horns are more aggressive to their caretakers and each other. FULL STORY »

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Terry Wilson on FMD: The "billion dollar problem" Play video

If there is one disease that sends shivers down the spines of livestock producers and security experts all over the world, it is foot and mouth disease. FULL STORY »

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A visit to M&M Feedlot - part 2 Play video

Darin Mann, DCHA member, offers his perspective on why customer relations are a priority for his farm. FULL STORY »

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