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 »

D.C. Watch: Budget proposals could impact new farm bill

Members of Congress released new budget proposals last week, but House and Senate proposals were very different. FULL STORY »

Tail docking ban moves a little closer to reality in Colorado

Colorado made national news last week after a proposed bill in a state House committee banning cow tail docking ignited an intense debate. After briefly delaying a vote, the bill is back in the hands of lawmakers and moving out of committee. FULL STORY »

Grants available for energy-efficiency improvements

Farms and rural small businesses can apply for grants ranging from $1,500 to $500,000. FULL STORY »

Sequester forces USDA to suspend Milk Production report

The USDA has suspended several livestock reports in the wake of automatic federal budget cuts. This includes reports the monthly Milk Production report and annual Milk Production, Disposition and Income report that would have been released in late April. FULL STORY »

Rabobank: California dairies at a pivotal point

With many dairy operations still trying to gain ground from the 2009 collapse of the sector, Rabobank’s Food & Agribusiness Research and Advisory (FAR) group is recommending that the industry work collaboratively to find more ways to maximize the value of milk for California producers. FULL STORY »

Dairy farmer: Montana raw milk bill would 'undermine' industry

A push to legalize raw milk sales in Montana is leaving a sour taste with many of the state’s dairy farmers. FULL STORY »

Dairy immigration raids end with payday for police

Two Michigan police agencies have received more than half a million dollars for their roles in exposing illegal hiring practices at a dairy. FULL STORY »

Vilsack: Meat inspector furloughs still months away

Furloughs of U.S. meat inspectors that could disrupt meat delivery throughout the country will probably be concentrated in July through September, Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack told lawmakers on Tuesday. FULL STORY »

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