Options for drought-damaged corn fields

Farmers with crops need to check out the options before harvesting a drought-damaged corn field for something other than the grain. FULL STORY »

How to deal with feed price volatility

Drought conditions, limited stockpiles of commodities and other factors have led to an increase in feed cost. Here are some ways to manage your ration under the circumstances. FULL STORY »

Transition to a new era in calf nutrition

Investing in the early nutrition status of the calf, both in milk replacer and calf starter, has a significant long-term impact on lactation performance. FULL STORY »

Money-saving power of rumen degradable starch

The insights garnered from rumen degradable starch testing could potentially save money when it comes to purchasing feed. FULL STORY »

How much silage will you lose to shrink this year?

Severe drought conditions in many parts of the country mean proper ensiling is of the utmost importance this year. Steps taken during ensiling can prevent silage losses due to shrink. FULL STORY »

Drought creating feed shortages

Drought is drying up feed supplies in Indiana fields and leaving dairy producers with some tough decisions. Act now to make sure you have access to alternative feed sources if dry conditions persist in your area. FULL STORY »

Web site offers drought resource materials

Need help harvesting, pricing and feeding drought-stressed corn silage to dairy cattle? This web site has the answers you are looking for to manage nutritional and agronomic concerns that come with a drought. FULL STORY »

Minnesota Nutrition Conference set

The 73rd Minnesota Nutrition Conference will be September 18-19 at the Holiday Inn, Owatonna, Minn. FULL STORY »

The milk replacer 'gas pump'

Steadily increasing whey prices are good for dairies’ bottom lines, but also add cost to milk replacers. Dave Kuehnel, president of Milk Products Inc., says it may not be feasible to select “super-premium,” all-milk milk replacer in every situation. FULL STORY »

Cut your cost of shrink in half

Feed is too expensive to waste these days, but unfortunately a shrink rate of 15 to 20 percent shrink is common on U.S. dairies. Find out the key areas of feed loss and how to reduce shrink and lower feed costs. FULL STORY »

Results of nationwide colostrum study

Are most dairy calves in the U.S. receiving high-quality colostrum? A team of Iowa State University researchers conducted a study to find out. The results, published recently in the Journal of Dairy Science, indicate there still is some room for improvement. FULL STORY »

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