Identifying Johne's Disease with accuracy

Detecting the costly, contagious Johne's disease in cattle is now easier, thanks to USDA scientists. FULL STORY »

Attorneys defend $53 million fee in dairy antitrust settlement

Attorneys for a class of dairy farmers are seeking final court approval of a $158.6 million settlement, with about a third of the amount going to themselves. FULL STORY »

Study: Eat more protein for breakfast

Up to 60 percent of young adults consistently skip breakfast, and one study points that this habit may lead to more late-night snacking and weight gain. FULL STORY »

Ky. dairyman leaves fortune to animal shelters

Kentucky’s animal shelters were given a financial boost recently after a dairy farmer willed hundreds of thousands of dollars to them. FULL STORY »

New dairy music parody rocks the web Play video

A new music video from the Midwest Dairy Association is set to take the Internet by storm, showing that dairy farmers are a dedicated, passionate group of men and women who also have impressive dance moves. FULL STORY »

Colorado cow tail docking bill delayed

A Colorado bill banning cow tail docking without anesthesia has been delayed for remainder of the year. FULL STORY »

Is change coming to California’s milk pricing system?

Effort under way in state legislature. FULL STORY »

New study provides emission estimates from dairies

USDA researchers have released results of a study of greenhouse gas and ammonia emissions from open-lot and open-freestall dairies in southern Idaho. FULL STORY »

Bovine TB confirmed in Michigan dairy cow

Officials with the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development confirmed on Thursday that tests completed during slaughter surveillance confirmed bovine tuberculosis in a Saginaw County, Mich., dairy cow. FULL STORY »

Tornado rips through Ga. dairy, kills 2 cows

Jimmy Franks and his family aren’t ones to give up easily, even as a tornado ripped through their dairy earlier this week. FULL STORY »

Bipartisan Senate group on path to immigration bill

In a Congress riven by partisan conflict on deficits and guns, a circle of eight senators from both parties meeting several times a week might be on the cusp of a major legislative breakthrough. FULL STORY »

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