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Commercial agriculture benefits communities

Iowa State University study shows positive impact of large farms on incomes and quality of life in small towns. FULL STORY »

CDC issues mixed food-safety report

Some foodborne illnesses have declined and some have increased, according to a new report from FoodNet at the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). FULL STORY »

Effects of folic acid and vitamin B12 supplementation

This study was undertaken to determine the effect of a combined folic acid and vitamin B12 supplement given in early lactation on culling rate, metabolic disorders and other diseases, and reproduction in commercial dairy herds. A total of 805 cows in 15 commercial dairy herds were involved. FULL STORY »

DHM Markets/Marketers: Weekly slaughter, Idaho replacement sale

Cheese prices jumped on the CME; weekly dairy cow slaughter still lagging; USDEC gains USDA funding; and more FULL STORY »

DDG: Dairy, brewers have common cause

A U.S. Food Administration (FDA) proposal that would require distillers grains to be dried and packaged to ensure product safety will be reviewed, the agency assured dairy and brewery industry representatives. FULL STORY »

Dehorning done right

There are some jobs on the dairy that most people do not enjoy doing.... dehorning cattle probably falls into this category. FULL STORY »

Dairy insurance plan a template for reluctant livestock farmers

A plan in the new U.S. farm law to help dairy farmers limit losses from rising feed costs or falling milk prices may become a model in coming years for livestock producers who have resisted similar types of insurance. FULL STORY »

Heifer prices continue to climb

Strong milk prices are likely fueling a steady increase in springer heifer demand and price. FULL STORY »

Millennial Profiles: Lauren Holterman, Dairy Scientist Play video

Young dairy scientist Lauren Holterman, daughter of Wisconsin dairy farmers and Dairy Herd Management editorial advisory board member Lloyd and Daphne Holterman, is featured in the latest video from the the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board's “America’s Dairyland is My Land” campaign. FULL STORY »

Effect of ambient temperature, sodium bicarbonate supplementation

The amount of water provided to cows on dairy farms can be a limiting factor for production, especially during high temperature periods. This experiment aimed to quantify water balance of dairy cows subjected to thermoneutral or high ambient temperatures. When water flows were related to dry matter intake, the quantities of evaporated water and drunk water increased by a similar range in cows submitted to high temperature, regardless of physiological stages or sodium content of diets. FULL STORY »

Vote for your favorite university video in Easi-Scan competition

Five finalists remain out of 13 entries in the BCF Technology university program competition to win an Easi-Scan ultrasound machine. FULL STORY »

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