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Wisconsin workshop helps farm families plan for farm succession

UW Center for Dairy Profitability, University of Wisconsin-Platteville and University of Wisconsin-Extension are offering a workshop to help farm families plan for a son, daughter or partner to return to the farm and eventually take over the farm business. The four-day workshop will be offered on the UW-Platteville campus. The dates are Jan. 16 and 17 and Feb. 13 and 14, 2015.


North Dakota Dairy Cow College back again

Wow, 22 years of Dairy Cow College. Shortly after my transition into the Extension dairy specialist role, I assessed needs and delivery methods. From that effort, this program emerged.

Be smart and safe around silage

Many producers have started accessing this year’s silage, whether it was put in bunkers, bags or silos. Safety should be a top priority as silage piles are accessed.


Raising your best calf ever workshops in Iowa, Minn., S.D. & N.D.

Dairy producers are encouraged to attend one of the, one-day workshops, focused on Raising Your Best Calf Ever, hosted by the I-29 Dairy Outreach Consortium. The workshops will be held in South Dakota, Iowa, Minnesota and North Dakota beginning January 5, 2015.


UGA Teaching Dairy welcomes first Jerseys in 40 years

The University of Georgia’s Teach Dairy received an early Christmas present: six well-pedigreed, 9-month-old Jersey heifers. This early holiday gift represents the first Jersey cattle on campus in more than four decades, and a unique learning experience for animal and dairy science students.


What's In Store 2015: Dairy fits consumers’ wellness goals

Health and wellness are important factors in the buying habits of an increasing number of consumers, according to What’s in Store 2015, the 29th edition of the annual trends publication of the International Dairy-Deli-Bakery Association.


Blog: Federal-state partnerships Gouda for dairy

In August, AMS Administrator Anne L. Alonzo toured two Wisconsin dairy farms and saw first-hand how USDA Ag Marketing Service programs benefit dairy operations. At Rosendale Dairy they even named a calf after her.


Cheese names: U.S. dairy industry praises China-U.S. talk outcome

The U.S. dairy industry applauded a commitment to stronger protections for common food names resulting from just-concluded trade talks with China.

The favorable outcome of the U.S.-China Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade meetings should facilitate export of products like feta and parmesan cheese to China, which is a particularly large and fast-growing market for U.S. dairy products.


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