It is a rough go for dairy farmers these days. While milk price has improved a little from the disastrous prices of a couple of years ago, the current price is very close to breakeven production costs for many dairy far
The FARM Animal Care Program turns 10 years old in 2019. It is administered by the National Milk Producers Federation and Dairy Management Incorporated. AgDay and U.S. Farm Report national reporter Betsy Jibben has more.
Picture this: A new dairy experiences a high incidence of retained fetal membranes, metritis, displaced abomasums and udder edema among newly fresh heifers. In addition, the heifers experience a tremendous loss of body
Used needles, unsterilized equipment and biting insects are all contributors to the tumor growing, lymph node swelling Bovine Leukemia Virus (BLV), that is spread through blood transfers or related products between catt