Spanish edition of California Dairy Newsletter available

The annual Spanish edition of a dairy newsletter from the University of California Cooperative Extension is now online. It contains five production-management articles that have been translated into Spanish. FULL STORY »

Don’t lose money with too many replacements

Too many replacements? Yes, it can be a real problem for dairies, especially with current feed costs. FULL STORY »

Agvocacy takes the farm to the consumer

The Dairy Calf and Heifer Association shares how two proactive dairy producers are embracing social media to share the farmer’s side of the food production story with the public. FULL STORY »

5 steps to improved heifer reproduction

It is often thought that heifer reproduction outperforms that of the lactating herd, but this is not the case on most farms. Here are some tips to improve heifer reproductive performance on your operation. FULL STORY »

Is communication the weakest link on your calf operation?

Before assessing whether communication is the root of calf-management challenges on your operation, here are a few questions you may want to consider. FULL STORY »

Be mindful of ventilation in group calf housing

Here is some advice to consider before making the switch from individual to group calf housing. FULL STORY »

Take steps to help prevent livestock theft

High cattle prices have made cattle rustling more common to start 2013, especially in southwest Missouri where nearly 40 cows have been stolen in the past three weeks. FULL STORY »

Pay now, or pay with interest

When it comes to interpersonal relations, there are no shortcuts. You can either pay now or pay later. Learn the importance of taking time to communicate effectively the first time around. FULL STORY »

New or expanding livestock operations need to assess water needs

Producers who plan to start or expand a livestock operation need to think about water before moving forward. FULL STORY »

Online tool provides an interactive farm budgeting resource Play video

The Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute (FAPRI) at the University of Missouri has developed an online tool to help farmers build projected budgets for their operations. FULL STORY »

Best dressed winter calves

Newborn calves at some of the farms of veterinarian Simon Timmermans, DVM, MS, Sibley, Iowa, are fashionably warm in the winter by wearing thrift store clothing. FULL STORY »

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