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 »

U.S. may get better BSE rating

The USDA has announced that an international health organization has deemed the risk for bovine spongiform encephalopathy “negligible,” which could mean a change in status that would improve international trade prospects. FULL STORY »

Proper handling reduces stress

A large body of research shows that cattle perform better when they are handled using low-stress techniques. The Beef Quality Assurance program provides many educational tools to help apply that research to day-to-day practices in cattle enterprises. FULL STORY »

Recognition for the young people helping to feed a hungry world

The publishers of Dairy Herd Management announce the “40 Under 40” awards program to recognize young people making significant contributions to America’s food system. FULL STORY »

Video series on cattle transportation available

The Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) program has developed a special training series focused on transporting cattle using stock trailers and semi-trailers. FULL STORY »

Building a better “fly swatter” based on science

We’ve all heard the old saying, “You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar.” But that’s part of the problem where these germ-spreading pests are concerned. FULL STORY »

New repro webinar series

The Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council (DCRC) announces its first educational webinar, “Five Easy Steps to Better Heifer Reproduction,” will be held May 9. It is part of a series that will feature topics from the DCRC Annual Meeting. FULL STORY »

Dairy industry turbulence could settle this year

Purdue Extension dairy specialist Mike Schultz says the second half of 2013 could bring relief to financially strained dairy enterprises. Still, a lot of it depends on feed. FULL STORY »

Animal ID, record keeping vital to successful operation

Permanent animal ID offers benefits for animal management, cost savings, food safety and disease surveillance. The Beef Quality Assurance program explains how. FULL STORY »

Cornell 2013 Dairy Nutrition Shortcourse

Cornell University will present its semi-annual Dairy Nutrition Shortcource June 3-6, at the W.H. Miner Institute, Chazy, N.Y. FULL STORY »

Calf-Tel announces 2013 Facebook photo contest

Calf-Tel announced its first Facebook photo contest. The year-long social media event will highlight calf management strategies and experiences for dairy producers of all scopes and sizes. FULL STORY »

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