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 »

DocTalk tackles euthanasia

The popular DocTalk show featuring Kansas State University’s Dan Thomson, PhD, DVM, covers the sensitive topic of humane euthanasia of downed animals in this week’s episode. FULL STORY »

Missouri officials alert to possible raw milk illnesses

Raw milk is suspected of sickening several people in northwestern Missouri, according to the state’s health officials. FULL STORY »

NMPF joins coalition to address immigration

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) has joined a broad cross-section of organizations representing agricultural employers in a collective effort to reform federal immigration policies. FULL STORY »

Iowa Farm Animal Care Coalition launches online resource

The resource is designed to answer consumers' questions about farm animal care and assist farmers in providing the latest science-based animal care standards. It also provides access to animal care experts. FULL STORY »

Succession planning workshops

Purdue Extension is offering a series of farm succession planning workshops this winter, located in 10 different locations throughout Indiana. FULL STORY »

60 percent of country locked in drought

Three-fifths of the nation remains locked in intense drought, and though wetter weather systems are providing relief for some in the south, the vast majority of the country isn’t as lucky. FULL STORY »

Study: Omega-3 fortified yogurt keeps hearts healthy

A new study a shown the heart-healthy benefits of yogurt enriched with a traditionally fishy nutrient, omega-3. FULL STORY »

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