Raw milk: Separating fact from fiction

Is unpasteurized milk safe for all consumers to drink? Does pasteurization destroy the health benefits of milk? These questions and more are the target of a new Purdue University fact sheet focused on setting the record straight about both raw and pasteurized milk. FULL STORY »

Proposed mega-dairy reportedly will dismantle

Following four years of legal and environmental issues, owners of Tradition Dairy near Nora, Ill., have reached a proposed settlement with the state’s attorney general's office, which apparently will put an end to the project. FULL STORY »

Water quality a top priority at Four Star Dairy

Four Star Dairy is a family affair. Roger Erickson grew up on the Clark County, Wis. farm, where he and his family work together to manage the 700-cow, conservation-minded operation. FULL STORY »

Farmers face specter of higher 'death' taxes

Estate tax rates may soon soar, thanks to expiring Bush-era tax rates. And unless Congress intervenes, 97 percent of America’s farmers and ranchers will be affected by these so-called death taxes. FULL STORY »

World Dairy Expo general manager resigns

Mark Clarke, General Manager of World Dairy Expo, has submitted his resignation to the WDE Executive Committee. Clarke has accepted another management position that will be announced soon. FULL STORY »

Dairy groups praise House for approving U.S./Russia trade bill

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) praised the House of Representatives’ approval this week of H.R. 6156, which would establish permanent normal trade relations (PNTR) with Russia. FULL STORY »

Feed prices ease but no dairy production rebound expected in 2013

Feed price forecasts continue to decline, based on the most recent World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report. The forecast corn price for 2012/13 was lowered to $6.95-$8.25 a bushel in November from October. FULL STORY »

Does an agriculture degree change the world?

PayScale.com recently released its 2012-13 College Salary Report. But the report went beyond paychecks to ask college graduates if their job makes the world a better place. Where did agriculture degrees rank? The results may be surprising. FULL STORY »

Improvement seen in drought, but still not enough for many

This week’s Drought Monitor may have given hope to possible, minuscule improvement in drought conditions across the nation’s heartland. FULL STORY »

70 cows killed in Pa. blaze

A two-alarm fire ripped through a Pennsylvania dairy on Wednesday, killing 70 cows. FULL STORY »

Milk more than a prop in SNL skit

Saturday Night Live skit shows a defeated 'Mitt Romney' on a milk binge. FULL STORY »

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