Carter and Stevens Farm wins Massachusetts Farm of the Year Play video

Carter and Stevens Farm wins Massachusetts Farm of the Year, about 50 years after they first won the award - but much has changed since. FULL STORY »

Dairy markets: Shrugging off bearish news

Class III and cheese posted firming futures prices on moderate volume Tuesday after having shrugged off the most recent bearish USDA milk production numbers. FULL STORY »

Disease update: Vesicular stomatitis

Several new cases of vesicular stomatitis (VS) have been confirmed in horses in Texas and Colorado over the past week. FULL STORY »

New-style calf barns spring up

The brutal winters of the Upper Midwest have motivated some producers to seek alternative housing facilities for their calves .They want an option that offers the environmental and health benefits of hutch housing FULL STORY »

From the June/July 2014 issue: Silage 101

Properly preparing and managing silage can reduce losses and improve an operation’s bottom line. FULL STORY »

More cows do not necessarily mean more milk

The ideal stocking density is a moving target for every dairy. FULL STORY »

Prevented plant: cover crop and forage options

The weather continues to challenge farmers in parts of Minnesota and elsewhere. FULL STORY »

Accurate tools for cow-side measurement of BHBA concentrations

Hyperketonemia is defined as an abnormally high concentration of circulating ketone and is an indicator of excessive negative energy balance in transition dairy cows. The gold standard for diagnosing hyperketonemia is the measurement of BHBA in serum or plasma. Implementing a hyperketonemia surveillance program using DHI monthly milk test data could be a practical approach. FULL STORY »

Commentary: USDA’s billions in wasteful spending

From vacation homes in Hawaii, to a duck's private parts, some of the spending by USDA in 2013 will amaze - and enrage - you. FULL STORY »

CME panel looks at post-MF Global defenses

CME Group Inc, under fire for its handling of the collapse of futures brokerage MF Global Holdings Ltd, recently tasked a board committee to look at ways to defend against future failures. FULL STORY »

Managing lame cows

Lameness is a general term that describes one of five specific causes for animals to have an abnormal walk or gait. Almost all lameness is due to foot rather than leg problems. So it is absolutely essential to pickup and inspect the lame foot to make the correct, specific diagnosis. A specific diagnosis is necessary because treatments differ greatly from one form of lameness to another. It is essential to your overall herd hoof health that lame cows be diagnosed early and treated correctly. FULL STORY »

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