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Lightning kills 8 cows at Mich. dairy

A thunderstorm swept through Ottawa County, Mich., on Wednesday, damaging a local dairy and killing eight cows. FULL STORY »

Mark & Bob: It’ll be a good year

Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Bob Cropp, dairy economics professor emeritus, digest the latest monthly Milk Production report. FULL STORY »

S.D. agricultural land values increase moderately in 2014

According to results from a farm real estate survey conducted by agricultural economists at South Dakota State University, South Dakota non-irrigated agricultural land values increased marginally in 2014. FULL STORY »

Calves with Sam: When is a vent not a vent?

Last week, I walked all the calves on a dairy in central New York State. They are housed in hutches with collars and tethered at the front of the hutch. FULL STORY »

WMMB unveils ‘Dairy Days Of Summer’ campaign

From farm breakfasts and festivals to promotions, recipes and a new photo contest, Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board’s (WMMB) “Dairy Days of Summer” campaign offers no shortage of unique and dairy-friendly ways to celebrate June Dairy Month in Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

An attractive investment

“Tractors aren’t sexy.” Tell that to country music crooners and it’ll take a toll on their achy-breaky hearts. Tell that to cattlemen and they’ll agree it’s all about business when making an investment on a tractor for their operation. FULL STORY »

Connecticut Governor stops chocolate milk ban

A bill with unintended consequences of removing chocolate milk from schools will not be signed by Governor Dannel Malloy of Connecticut, his communications director announced in a press release. FULL STORY »

Corn planting smashes ’13 pace

The USDA’s Crop Progress report showed just what analysts expected – significant progress in planting corn and soybeans. FULL STORY »

Be thinking farm safety

As spring’s work begins, one of the areas we tend to have good intentions about practicing is farm safety, but sometimes our good intentions get set aside. I realize this is not intentional, but we should make an extra effort to not only think about it, but also practice it. FULL STORY »

Here’s what GMO labeling will cost families

A new study from Cornell University has found that mandating labeling of food containing genetically modified ingredients will increase the average family’s annual food costs by as much as $800. FULL STORY »

Crop land prices soften—KC and St. Louis Fed. Banks

Crop land prices in the central Plains were steady to weaker in the first quarter of 2014 compared to the previous quarter, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. Results were quite similar for farmland prices in the southern Corn Belt and upper Delta as reported by the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis. FULL STORY »

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