Baise: Judge dismisses Calif. egg law case but not all is lost

Agriculture in every state is impacted after a judge dismisses a California egg law lawsuit. FULL STORY »

December genomics workshops scheduled in ID, WA, TX, and FL

A collaborative research and extension team, which includes faculty from Washington State University, University of Idaho, USDA-ARS, and University of Florida will be offering Dairy Cattle Genomics Workshops in December 2014. FULL STORY »

BVD: Exploring eradication

During the recent symposium on Bovine Viral Diarrhea (BVD), researchers and veterinarians addressed the question of whether we could eradicate BVD in North America. FULL STORY »

Miner Institute: Consumers are confused and Google isn't helping

In a recent conversation with a member of the non-farming community I was asked: Why do dairy farmers store manure under white plastic covered in tires? FULL STORY »

Social media: Good or bad for agriculture?

The solution to my writer’s block was to use the very tool I write about: social media. Sometimes I sit down to write this column and find my fingers have no words in them. Inspiration isn’t usually hard to find, but when it is, I find writer’s block tends to be cured by a cold beer, or two. FULL STORY »

Profit Tips:Financial planning makes a healthy operation stronger

Planning for the future raises many questions. Being able to answer those questions proactively will not only help prepare your operation for the next five, 10 or 20 years, but also assists lenders to better serve you. FULL STORY »

Young Farmer: It is time to open the barn doors

Annaliese Wegner and her husband, Tom, own and operate the 550-cow Wegnerlann Dairy, near Ettrick, Wis. Along with Tom’s parents, the four recently formed a limited liability company (LLC) and are all active members on the dairy. FULL STORY »

NMPF hints at changes coming to MPP-Dairy

Black Friday, milk checks, and 25% down. That might sound like a recipe for a shopping spree, but instead all three topics were addressed at a MPP-Dairy meeting. FULL STORY »

California governor vetoes antibiotics bill

Governor Jerry Brown vetoed state Senate Bill 835, legislation that would have phased out the use of antibiotics for growth promotion and required a veterinarian prescription for all antibiotics. FULL STORY »

USDA grant to support biomass energy project at Tarleton State

Texas A&M AgriLife Research has been awarded part of a nationwide $15.7 million Conservation Innovation Grant (CIG) from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. FULL STORY »

Can't make an MPP-Dairy meeting? You can view this 2-hour webinar Play video

AgChoice Farm Credit held an online webinar September 16 about the Margin Protection Program for Dairy, and has uploaded the entire 2-hour presentation and question/answer session to YouTube. FULL STORY »

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