Dairy Farmers of America (DFA) announced plans to build a dairy ingredients plant in Garden City, Kan. The plant – a partnership between DFA and 12 of its member farms in Southwest Kansas – is slated for operation by the end of 2017.
“Acres + Avenues,” a checkoff-funded initiative to protect and grow public trust in dairy, has launched to advance the conversation and help people reconnect with dairy farmers who produce our nation’s milk and dairy foods.
Jaguar Animal Health, Inc. (NASDAQ: JAGX) ("Jaguar" or the "Company"), an animal health company focused on developing and commercializing first-in-class gastrointestinal products for companion and production animals, announced today the results of a recently completed field study conducted in Wisconsin. The Company believes the results further support the beneficial effects of Neonorm™ Calf, Jaguar's lead non-prescription product, in reducing water loss associated with diarrhea and supporting weight gain in preweaned dairy calves.
The University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Department of Dairy Science invites department alumni and stakeholders to attend its third annual Dairy Science Showcase on Tuesday, Nov. 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at campus’ Dejope Hall.
The U.S. average retail price of regular gasoline decreased less than a penny from the previous week to remain $2.32 per gallon on October 5, 2015, 98 cents per gallon lower than the same time last year. The Midwest and Gulf Coast prices increased three cents and two cents, respectively, to $2.35 per gallon and $2.04 per gallon, respectively. The Rocky Mountain price decreased six cents to $2.48 per gallon, while the West Coast price fell five cents to $2.79 per gallon. The East Coast price was down one cent to $2.17 per gallon.
By Sybille de La Hamaide and Barbara Lewis, Reuters
The large number of European countries opposing GMO cultivation may have given the impression the bloc is putting a brake on GMOs but with new crops queuing for approval and key countries leaving the door open, output is more likely to grow than wane.
Monsanto Co. said that it was slashing 2,600 jobs and restructuring operations to cut costs in a slumping commodity market. The company, which said it expected low prices for agricultural products to squeeze results well into 2016, also reported a much wider quarterly loss and gave an outlook below many analysts' expectations.