‘We’re first and goal’ with the Farm Bill, says NMPF

Farm Bill Now! That was the message the National Milk Producers Federation encouraged delegates literally to chant at Tuesday’s annual meeting in Orlando, Fla. FULL STORY »

Dairy producers – Get your water tested!

Water is the single most important nutrient for dairy cows. FULL STORY »

Antibiotic Residue Prevention Manual available to dairy producers

The National Milk Producers Federation has released a revised version of its Milk and Dairy Beef Drug Residue Prevention Manual for 2013. FULL STORY »

Rural America the biggest loser as fiscal cliff looms

The odds of avoiding a “fiscal cliff” by the end of the year are quickly diminishing, and rural Americans would likely be among the biggest losers affected by the predicament. American Farm Bureau Federation (AFBF) economist Matt Erickson points out the possible ramifications nearing for rural Americans and consumers. FULL STORY »

Wisconsin dairy named 2012 Show Your Pride winner

The winner of the third annual Show Your Pride dairy producer contest has been named. The winner, Johnson Hill Farms of Valders, Wisc., incorporated their Green Bay Packer spirit throughout their dairy team. They also recruited a few bovine fans to help promote their industry and team. FULL STORY »

Calif. dairy workers staying on the job longer

The improvement is attributed to workers' reluctance to leave their jobs in tough economic times. FULL STORY »

Pa. dairy meeting, forum rescheduled ahead of Hurricane Sandy

The Professional Dairy Managers of Pennsylvania’s Annual Meeting and Dairy Issues Forum, previously scheduled for Nov. 1 in Peach Bottom, Pa., has been rescheduled due to the impending impact of Hurricane Sandy. FULL STORY »

Protect yourself and employees from carbon monoxide

A two-pronged strategy is needed to prevent and protect against the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. FULL STORY »

FFA launches long-term plan to help eliminate hunger

FFA members from all 50 states will take the first swing Wednesday of a long-term fight to help eliminate global hunger. FULL STORY »

Crop insurance payments may exceed $25 billion

Crop insurance payments for 2012 may well exceed $25 billion, more than double the record high of 2011 of $10.8 billion. FULL STORY »

Reduced demand could ease prices for livestock feed

Now that much of the nation's corn has been harvested and the impact of this year's drought is clear, analysts say demand rather than supply will drive the feed market, and prices could potentially move lower to gauge where buying interests may be. FULL STORY »

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