DCHA announces plans to refocus its strategic industry role

The organization dedicated to growing and serving the dairy calf and heifer industry is realigning its efforts. FULL STORY »

Parasite control tips

The Beef Quality Assurance program offers advice on controlling both internal and external parasites to improve animal health, quality and well-being. FULL STORY »

Break the cycle of employee turnover

Replacing employees is a costly and time-consuming task. Here are some tips for avoiding it. FULL STORY »

Electrolytes a valuable tool for summer heat

Electrolytes help calves cope with heat stress by replacing lost fluids, restoring the acid-base balance, and providing extra nutrients and energy to the calf. FULL STORY »

8 potential bottlenecks when raising calves and heifers

Carefully managing critical control points as calves and heifers grow and develop will help avoid setbacks along the way. FULL STORY »

New silage production reference manual

DuPont Pioneer has published a new information-packed resource guide for successfully producing silage. FULL STORY »

Reduce your risk when commingling calves

Moving newborn calves to a custom raiser requires careful attention to detail to prevent setbacks caused by stress and disease. New York-based calf and heifer management specialist Sam Leadley offers advice on easing the process. FULL STORY »

Cornell Dairy Nutrition and Management Short Course

The W.H. Miner Institute near Chazy, NY will be the setting for an upcomingDairy Nutrition and Management Short Course, presented by Cornell University on June 3-6, 2013. FULL STORY »

Using herd data for heifer selection

Excess heifer inventories and high feed costs are leading many dairies to sell part of their heifer stocks. Penn State University Dairy Extension experts offer advice on strategically making the best heifer-retention and sell-off decisions. FULL STORY »

Advice for depositing semen correctly

Even the most experienced AI breeders can use refreshers. William Graves, Professor of Dairy Science at the University of Georgia, provides an excellent primer on breeding techniques. FULL STORY »

Economist: Don’t try to out-guess the market

There are ways to deal with price uncertainty; it can be mitigated with risk-management tools, such as futures and options. It’s the policy aspects, such as ethanol policy and fiscal policy, where the real uncertainty lies. FULL STORY »

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