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 »

Trouble on the dairy horizon for New Zealand

A headache is brewing for dairy powerhouse New Zealand’s industry after test detected potentially toxic residue in the country’s milk, prompting concerns that could mar the reputation of one of the world’s largest dairy exporters. FULL STORY »

Calif. dairy producers see temporary milk price relief

All eyes were on California Department of Food and Agriculture Secretary Karen Ross this week as she announced her decision on requests made by the state’s dairy farmers to change the milk pricing system. The wait is over and the results are, at least temporarily, relieving. FULL STORY »

NMPF applauds Reid's decision to make farm bill priority

The National Milk Producers Federation issued the following response to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s decision to renew the push to pass the farm bill this year. FULL STORY »

Record, check, go. It's easy as 1-2-3

The Beef Quality Assurance (BQA) residue avoidance campaign, "Control residues. Every animal, every time," was created to build awareness of the checkoff-funded BQA program. FULL STORY »

Dairy farmer among faces of agriculture winners Play video

Four agricultural producers from across the country have been named as the faces of farming and ranching. Among them is a dairy farmer from Lamar County, Ala. FULL STORY »

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 »

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