Dairy worker killed in skid loader accident

An accident at Turner County Dairy near Parker, S.D., left one worker dead. FULL STORY »

D.C. Watch: Water, trade and biofuels are top issues

The Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers have posted the proposed rule defining the Waters of the United States under the Clean Water Act to the federal register. FULL STORY »

Dairy podcast: ‘Mark & Bob’ think spring

Mark Stephenson, Director of Dairy Policy Analysis at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and Bob Cropp, dairy economics professor emeritus, discuss the latest lackluster monthly Milk Production report and the anticipation of the “spring flush” in their latest podcast. FULL STORY »

Apolo Ohno signs on with 'Built With Chocolate Milk' campaign

After hanging up his blades four years ago, world-champion speedskating legend Apolo Ohno is making his athletic comeback. FULL STORY »

Lely partnership helps educate tomorrow's dairy farmers

Lely is proud to support the efforts of Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) and Iowa’s Dairy Center. FULL STORY »

Vilsack: Supporting families facing adversity

Last week, farmers and ranchers began signing up for disaster assistance programs that were restored by the 2014 Farm Bill. FULL STORY »

Vote for your favorite “farm mom” of the year

You can help select the winner: Vote to help choose the national winner today through May 6, 2014, at FULL STORY »

Study finds antibiotic-resistance genes in cattle manure

Researchers from Yale and the University of Connecticut report detecting genes relating to bacterial resistance to antibiotics in the manure of dairy cows. FULL STORY »

Will tornado alley come alive this weekend?

This spring has been a relatively quiet tornado season, but if forecasters are correct, that could all change this weekend. FULL STORY »

How are you using incentive programs on your farm?

When you create an “incentive program”, you effectively just told employees that this is the most important part of your job. FULL STORY »

Guarding against overreach of the Endangered Species Act

Recently there have been media reports that have highlighted the dangerous overreach of the Endangered Species Act (ESA). Desert Tortoise, Delta Smelt, Sage Grouse, and the Lesser Prairie Chicken to name a few species, are being respected over the value of the human species as various actions are being taken across the United States to severely curtail or eliminate the use of land, water, timber and mineral resources in deference to these species. FULL STORY »

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