China, U.S. resolve dairy certificate issue

Chinese and U.S. regulators approved a dairy certificate ensuring that the flow of U.S. dairy goods into the largest dairy importer in the world continues unabated. FULL STORY »

Effects of 2012 drought on feeding dairy animals

Here are some answers on how to handle feeding challenges presented by the drought of 2012. 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 »

Bovine TB suspected in Washington dairy cow

Officials with the Washington State Department of Agriculture are investigating a possible case of bovine tuberculosis in one of the state’s dairy cows. If confirmed, it would be the first case of bovine TB since 1988. 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 »

Needy to get milk from bankrupt Wis. dairy plant

A Wisconsin dairy plant’s doors may have closed suddenly earlier this month after filing Chapter 7 bankruptcy, but its leftover milk is opening more doors for many of the area’s needy families. FULL STORY »

New chair of House Subcommittee on Trade good news for dairy

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) welcomed the announcement of Representative Devin Nunes (R-CA) appointment as the new chairman of the Ways and Means Subcommittee on Trade. FULL STORY »

Animal abuse claim prompts improved employee training, vetting

After animal abuse claims rocked the Idaho dairy industry last year, dairies are working to ensure that history won’t be able to repeat itself. FULL STORY »

Livestock producers get income tax relief after drought

Some Midwestern livestock producers might find themselves facing higher income tax bills if the drought forced them to cull and sell more animals than normal in 2012 - but help is available, two Purdue Extension agricultural economists say. FULL STORY »

Steer clear of 'Employee of the Month' programs

Instead, design an incentive where every employee who surpasses a certain performance level may earn the award—even if this means smaller awards. FULL STORY »

Is milk the secret to winning a Nobel Prize?

What do Martin Luther King Jr. and Albert Einstein have in common? In addition to being Nobel laureates, there is also a good chance that both were milk drinkers. FULL STORY »

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