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72-stall robotic rotary breaks ground in Wisconsin

In late August, GEA Farm Technologies broke ground on the installation of DairyProQ, a milking system allowing farms to install individual, fully automatic robotic milking stall modules on a rotary parlor. FULL STORY »

Minn. farm wins court case, power companies to buy 138 acres

Minnesota farmers won a court case against 11 utilities that were part of a transmission line project, when the judge ruled their organic dairy was farmed as a whole, so a line on one portion affected the entire property. FULL STORY »

Iowa State Fair Supreme Champion featured on public TV Play video

You can watch most of the Supreme Champion selection at the 2014 Iowa State Fair, judged by Kelli Cull, Laurie Winkelman, and Allyn Paulson. Owner Kurt Wolf’s Ayrshire Ski-Pal, of Old Bankston Ayrshires, Epworth Iowa, won the show. FULL STORY »

Commentary: The worst meat to eat

For a host of reasons, the standard dietary advice to ‘eat less red meat, and more seafood’ needs to be seriously reconsidered. And Shark Week is the perfect time to do so. FULL STORY »

Successfully Milking with Robots – Feeding, Cow Flow & Farm Design

The decision to switch to robotic milking is one that must marry your goals for your cows, your family and personal life, and the long-term financial success and viability of your operation – into one sustainable package. FULL STORY »

Jersey Island chooses direction 6 years after 250-year import ban

For nearly 250 years, the island that gave us the now fast-growing Jersey breed was banned from importing genetics. From 1763 to 2008, genetics could leave the island, officially known as the Bailiwick of Jersey, but no genetics could enter. FULL STORY »

Protecting your Shredlage investment

One of the issues that have increasingly concerned producers in recent years has been how to cost-effectively supply their cows with adequate amounts of effective fiber. Mechanically disrupted corn silage, such as Shredlage Brand Silage, is one option that has attracted considerable interest. FULL STORY »

July U.S. milk production up 3.9%

Dairy market analysts termed the report bearish vs. market expectations. FULL STORY »

2015 milk prices now looking more like 2013, 2011

USDA’s Livestock, Dairy & Poultry Outlook report forecasts a building U.S. dairy herd and lower overall prices moving into 2015. FULL STORY »

Shaken by polar vortex, U.S. braces for propane supply glitches

The millions of Americans that use propane to heat their homes, dry crops or keep livestock warm expect another tough winter this year as a fragmented supply network of pipelines, trains and trucks struggles to keep pace with spiking demand. FULL STORY »

Are Cows Showing You Their Rumen pH?

Subtle signs can indicate a low rumen pH is contributing to reduced herd production. FULL STORY »

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