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Adding Value To Your Dairy

Heather Moore, Owner, Moore Family Farms and Moore Local, from Maquoketa, Iowa shares how her family dairy operation continues to change and adapt to add more value to their operation. Comments from a recent PDPW Dairy Signal, sponsored by the Professional Dairy...

U.S. Dairy Cows Producing A Lot Of Milk

U.S. dairy cows produced a lot of milk in May, as they did in April. We've also produced a lot of cheese, butter and powder from that milk. But we have also consumed and exported a lot of those products as we hear from Matt Gould, editor of the Dairy & Food Market...

The Heat Is On

As temperature and humidity rise, we need to make sure all of our animals are effectively cooled. A great reminder from Dr. Geoffrey Dahl from the University of Florida, who updated dairy producers on a recent PDPW Dairy Signal webcast:

Inflation Worries

Dan Basse, President of AgResource Company updated Dairy Signal viewers on the latest news regarding inflation and how it will affect the dairy industry:

Another Shot In The Arm

The Agriculture Department announced additional COVID relief, including $500 million in American Rescue Plan funding, in The Emergency Food Assistance Program or TEFAP. It won't be as generous to the dairy industry as the Food Box program, according to Nate Donnay,...

Stone-Front Leader Hilda Is All Time Producer

Dr. Mike Hutjens shares some facts about the world's best producing cow, Stone-Front Leader Hilda from Lancaster, Wisconsin, set the record for most lifetime milk produced:

June Dairy Month Focus: Health & Sustainability

Chris Galen with the National Milk Producers Federation joined us on today's Dairy Radio to discuss the importance of personal and planet health as we celebrate June Dairy Month:

What’s New In Washington

Paul Bleiberg, Senior Vice President of Government Relations for National Milk Producers Federation provides an update from our nation's capital. Sponsored by PDPW.

Problems Persist at Ports

Congestion at U.S. ports and the truck shortages within the U.S. has challenged the U.S. dairy industry at an inopportune time. Matt Gould, editor and analyst with the Dairy and Food Market Analyst newsletter, talks with Lee Mielke about it on our Mielke Monday:

Dealing With Mycotoxins

Dr. Mike Hutjens provides some insight in dealing with mycotoxins in the dairy ration:

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U.S. Dairy Cows Producing A Lot Of Milk

U.S. dairy cows produced a lot of milk in May, as they did in April. We’ve also produced a lot of cheese, butter and powder from that milk. But we have also consumed and exported a lot of those products as we hear from Matt Gould, editor of the Dairy & Food Market Analyst newsletter:


Another Shot In The Arm

The Agriculture Department announced additional COVID relief, including $500 million in American Rescue Plan funding, in The Emergency Food Assistance Program or TEFAP. It won’t be as generous to the dairy industry as the Food Box program, according to Nate Donnay, director of dairy market insight for StoneX Dairy in Chicago. He talks with Lee Mielke about it on today’s Dairy Radio: