New website from University of Illinois Dairy Focus Lab

The website is intended to serve as a tool for communicating with the dairy industry and the community at large. It will be in English and Spanish. FULL STORY »

Diet essential for controlling milk fever

Transition diet management is essential for controlling hypocalcemia. Take preventative measures to manage blood calcium around calving to avoid a cascade of metabolic problems and health issues. FULL STORY »

Workshop for feed management planners

Penn State Extension Dairy Team to offer May 7 workshop on preparing feed management plans. FULL STORY »

Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference coming up

The Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference will be held Apr. 23-24 in Fort Wayne, Ind. Here is a sneak peek at the conference agenda. FULL STORY »

Consequences of inconsistent feed availability

Variable diet quality and increased competition are some of the consequences of not having uniform feed delivery along the entire length of the feed bunk. A new study examines this common problem. FULL STORY »

Do you have an attitude of excellence?

A new survey shows attention to detail was the most frequently cited management practice of top dairy herds in Kentucky. Here is a look at some of the characteristics and practices that exemplify an attitude of excellence on these farms. FULL STORY »

Upcoming webinar focuses on feed storage

The March 26 "Technology Tuesdays" webinar from Penn State Extension will cover design of dairy feed storage and handling systems. FULL STORY »

ABC's of fiber digestibility explained

The fiber component of a forage analysis is important to understand. Here is a look at measures of fiber digestibility and why they are important when formulating dairy diets. FULL STORY »

How much feed are birds eating on your farm?

A survey of dairy farms in three prominent dairy states puts some numbers on feed lost to invasive birds. FULL STORY »

A breathalyzer for cattle?

This system measures methane and carbon dioxide from an animal's mouth and nose. Scientists and cattle producers alike are using it to monitor feed efficiency and detect some illnesses before cattle show symptoms. FULL STORY »

Tips for managing drought-stressed forages

If your hay fields and pastures were in poor condition going into the winter, here are some options to consider this spring. FULL STORY »

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