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Putting the brakes on bacteria growth in colostrum

A nationwide study of colostrum revealed that 45 percent of all samples had a total plate count of greater than 100,000 colony forming units (cfu) per ml, a level associated with calf illness. Only 23 percent of refrigerated samples had less than 100,000 cfu/ml. FULL STORY »

Earthworms help Fresno State clean dairy wastewater Play video

Fresno State University’s campus dairy has partnered with Chilean company BioFiltro to clean up wastewater, with the help of earthworms. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Last week in review

The 4Q 2014 Class III futures pack averaged $19.47/cwt. at the close of trading last Friday. FULL STORY »

Monday's CME Dairy Market Recap

The bulls were back in town Monday as Class III futures rallied across the board. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Class III futures lag global downturn

Put another notch in the belt of the Class III bull, as it continues to show swagger regardless of popular consensus or what the international market has to say about it. FULL STORY »

Shatto Milk named Kansas City business of the year

In 2003, everything changed for Leroy and Barbara Shatto; they began delivering milk to stores in the Kansas City and St. Joseph areas of Missouri the old-fashioned way. FULL STORY »

Certified Animal Welfare Audits for Farms: Part 5 - Audit day

Certified Farm Animal Welfare Audit day has arrived on your farm. Part five in this six part series is meant to give you an idea of what to expect and how to prepare yourself and your employees. FULL STORY »

The difference between macro and micro minerals

Macro minerals are present at larger levels in the animal body or required in larger amounts in the diet. FULL STORY »

GIs becoming growing cheese trade barrier

A new and growing type of trade barrier involving common food names has emerged, restricting access to the Korean market for key U.S. cheeses FULL STORY »

Documentary profiles dairy workforce issues in Western New York

New York’s farms generate $5 billion in sales, and about half comes from dairy farmers. But finding a workforce to harvest the goods from those farms is still difficult, and a new documentary examines the situation in depth. FULL STORY »

California pays the price for Corn Belt’s cold snap

The unseasonable return of the jet stream brought cool temperatures to the Corn Belt and more heat to California. FULL STORY »

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