Dairy industry optimistic about immigration reform push

Immigration reform may soon become reality thanks to a new push from a bipartisan group of U.S. Senators. For the nation’s dairy industry, the potential change to immigration laws could affect both small- and large-scale operations. FULL STORY »

CDC warns against raw milk...again

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control, which looked at the top culprits of food-borne illnesses, found that raw milk was one of the top offenders. FULL STORY »

Dairy lameness in winter

Here is some advice on how to tackle hoof problems in winter. FULL STORY »

Tipton identifies keys to unlocking dairy's potential

In her keynote speech today at Dairy Forum 2013, Connie Tipton, president and CEO of the International Dairy Foods Association, said the dairy industry stands on the verge of a new era filled with enormous opportunity and unlimited potential. FULL STORY »

New York barn fire kills 31 heifers

A large barn fire in Farmington, N.Y., killed more than 30 heifers over the weekend. FULL STORY »

Bipartisan Senate group proposes immigration plan

A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators has agreed on a framework for immigration reform that would provide a "path to citizenship" for those in the United States illegally but only after measures are put in place to secure borders and track undocumented immigrants. FULL STORY »

Calves killed in Minnesota barn fire

Five calves were killed in a fire near Watkins, Minn., early Friday morning. FULL STORY »

Study finds link between yogurt, balanced diet

Yogurt may provide a power-packed supply of nutrients with each spoonful, but a new study shows that yogurt lovers may also have better diets than those who aren’t yogurt fans. FULL STORY »

Dairy industry turbulence could settle a bit later this year

Turbulence that has shaken the dairy industry the past few years could subside in the second half of this year if feed prices fall or at least stabilize, a Purdue Extension dairy specialist says. 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 »

Dairy profitability will increase on higher prices and lower feed

Missouri dairy farmers should see steady milk prices with increased profitability in the second half of 2013. That was the message a University of Missouri Extension dairy economist delivered at the Jan. 17 AgMarketing Outlook Conference. FULL STORY »

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