NMC awards recognize quality milk production

Several dairy producers were among those honored last month at the 51st annual meeting in St. Pete Beach, Fla. FULL STORY »

Milk quality experts gather at NMC annual meeting

The recent meeting provided a forum for exchanging information pertaining to mastitis control, udder health, quality milk production and the safe and judicious use of antimicrobials on farm. Here are some of the highlights. FULL STORY »

How is milk quality assessed?

Several different methods are used to assess milk quality. The latest installment in the eXtension weekly mastitis and milk quality series provides an overview of the primary methods used. FULL STORY »

Researchers studying how liners impact milking

Liner performance and its interaction with milking machine settings is the subject of a study underway at the University of Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

Dry cow therapy guide

Use of dry cow treatment is one component of an effective mastitis control program. It also is the latest installment in a mastitis and milk management weekly series. FULL STORY »

Learn best milking practices at Penn State workshop

Dairy producers and their milkers can learn the essentials of quality milk production at upcoming Best Milking Practices workshops presented at various sites by the Penn State Extension Dairy Team. FULL STORY »

Researchers examine manure solids as bedding

Excellent cow preparation at milking time, sanitation of milking equipment, cow hygiene, adequate dry-cow housing and bedding/stall management are critical for maintaining a low SCC when using manure solids for bedding. FULL STORY »

Examine your cephalosporin use

Assess antibiotic use on your operation to make sure you will be in compliance with the new cephalosporin rules that take effect April 5. FULL STORY »

Milk quality video series debuts

The University of Wisconsin Milk Quality web site has released a video series that will focus on animal health issues and management solutions on organic dairy farms. FULL STORY »

Penn State milking practices workshop on tap

The workshop will reinforce best milking practices, including proper stimulation and the essentials of milk let-down. Graphing equipment will be used to demonstrate impact of prepping on milk let-down. FULL STORY »

Professors team up for milk quality

Two professors in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have launched a new web site that offers updated information and decision-making tools for farmers to manage herd health and milking systems. FULL STORY »

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