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Commentary: We’re getting warmer

No — not global warming. It’s industry that’s getting closer to a strategy on biotech labeling that might finally begin to defuse the fear and loathing anti-GMOs activists are so good at stoking. FULL STORY »

USDA lowers feed, residual grain use projections

Feed and residual use for the four feed grains plus wheat is forecast lower this month according to latest Feed Outlook report from USDA. FULL STORY »

Commentary: Milking a new controversy

Think the debate over milk’s nutritional value is just a veggie-vs.-animal-foods battle? Well, now there’s a more complex and interesting debate pitting A1 against A2. Confused? Read on. FULL STORY »

Fonterra faces charges over botulism scare

Fonterra Co-Operative Group Ltd will plead guilty to charges stemming from its global botulism contamination scare last year. FULL STORY »

Bill would keep farmers' private information private

A bipartisan group of lawmakers in the U.S. House of Representatives is determined to make sure the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) does not disclose private information of U.S. farmers and ranchers as it did in early 2013. FULL STORY »

California soaked…but still deep in drought

Last week’s storms may have brought the highest rainfall totals to the Los Angeles areas in years, but it did little quench the state’s oppressive drought. FULL STORY »

Behold; jelly bean milk

Spring is coming early thanks the creative minds behind Prairie Farms Dairy’s latest seasonal milk flavors. FULL STORY »

President unveils 2015 budget proposal

President Obama unveiled Tuesday morning his budget proposal for the federal government for fiscal year 2015. FULL STORY »

School breakfasts celebrated from coast to coast Play video

It’s National School Breakfast Week, and through Fuel Up to Play 60, the National Dairy Council and National Football League are partnering with Dean Foods and Share Our Strength to celebrate the most important meal of the day. FULL STORY »

3,800-year-old cheese found on Chinese mummies

Archeologists in China discovered clumps of cheese tucked around mummies dating back at least 3,800 years. FULL STORY »

‘got milk?’ still alive and thriving…in California

After widespread frenzy of reports that the popular “got milk?” campaign had been shelved, the California Milk Processor Board (CMPB), creator of the popular campaign, is setting the record straight: “got milk?” is alive and thriving…in California. FULL STORY »

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