Milk Quality Conference to include panel, digesters information

Indiana Milk Quality Professionals Inc. will present a conference April 15-16 to provide up-to-date information and educational support for dairy industry professionals involved in improving the quality of milk produced in Indiana. FULL STORY »

Affordable Care Act fails to lower rural health care costs

Health care costs have never been considered economical in rural communities, but the divide between rural and urban costs have only been exacerbated by the Affordable Care Act. FULL STORY »

Dairy industry sees growing demand for exports Play video

The U.S. dairy industry is now a major player in today’s export market, thanks in part to a partnership formed in 1995. FULL STORY »

Searching for 40 Under 40 Award nominations

Vance Agribusiness Group is looking for those persons to present the agricultural industry’s second annual 40 Under 40 Award to recognize individuals making a significant contribution to America’s agricultural production and food systems. FULL STORY »

Cows like country music, too

Music has played an important part in all of the university dairy barns I have had the privilege to enter. In fact, on any given morning, the soothing sounds of country music can be heard emanating from the milking parlor at Miner Institute. FULL STORY »

Iowa farmland prices fall more than 5 percent

Farmland values in Iowa, the top U.S. corn and soybean state, fell 5.4 percent over the past six months, under pressure from lower grain prices, according to a benchmark survey of realtors. FULL STORY »

20 questions with Kristin Cox

Dairy farmers are fairly ordinary people, but they are doing extraordinary things and this featured farmer is no different. FULL STORY »

Variety selection in forage planning

Although the calendar says spring has arrived, the hot topic of discussion by most farmers will probably get to the weather forecast faster than you can say, “A long, hard winter.” FULL STORY »

Fly control strategies for dairy calves and heifers

The key with any fly management strategy is to start early in the season before fly populations become a problem. FULL STORY »

‘It’s easier to bury a tradition than a child’

One national organization is hoping a blunt and controversial campaign will catch the attention of the nation’s farming families to keep kids away from tractors. FULL STORY »

Delayed 2012 drought-loss aid on the way Play video

Farmers who lost forages or livestock in the drought of 2012 should prepare to document those losses. The 2014 farm bill includes livestock disaster aid going back to 2011. FULL STORY »

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