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Corn planting begins…for some

The return of spring-like weather helped farmers make progress in planting corn across nearly one-quarter of the country’s top corn-producing states, primarily in Plains states. FULL STORY »

Water Police, part two: EPA proposal won't help ag

Devil is in the details on new government effort to regulate U.S. waters FULL STORY »

Management, nutrition key to successful transition

The transition period is the most critical point in a dairy cow’s production cycle. At this time, a cow relies most heavily on her immune system to maintain health and productivity. FULL STORY »

Countdown to Quality for FREE BQA Certification

Only one week remains to become Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) certified and take advantage of the free offer from Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Inc. (BIVI). Visit www.BQA.org/team to take advantage of the open certification period through April 15, 2014. Anyone who works with cattle – whether it is beef or dairy – or transports cattle is encouraged to become certified. FULL STORY »

The precautionary principle Play video

Mark Walton, PhD, chief marketing officer for Recombinetics, describes how gene-splicing technology can advance livestock genetics, and how the precautionary principle can stifle innovation in food production. FULL STORY »

Maximizing milk replacer through proper storage

Increased demand for dry whey used in sports drinks and other human foods, has driven up the price of calf milk replacer. Therefore, proper storage practices are even more essential. FULL STORY »

Michigan milk production moves to no. 7

Continued growth in Michigan dairy production pushes it up to become the seventh leading dairy state, bringing great economic impact to Michigan. FULL STORY »

Ask the Silage Dr: Tobacco smells

“My silage smells like tobacco, which I’ve never had in silage before. Does this mean anything and do I need to be concerned?” FULL STORY »

Commentary: Fighting the fanatics

University researchers in Florida who work with animals are now lobbying the state legislature for the right to shelter personal information from animal activists intent on intimidating them. FULL STORY »

10 essential rules for building a compost bedded pack barn

What follows is a list of the most important design features we want to see in a compost bedded pack barn. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Agriculture’s ROI on social media

I often wonder why farmers and ranchers are slow to adopt social media. Agriculture is making progress in this revolutionary way of communication. But we still have a long way to go. FULL STORY »

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