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Metabolic Disorders Can Be Costly

Nearly half the cows in early lactation suffer from some metabolic disorder. Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us we need to get nutrients to these cows quickly. He reveals the latest Cornell numbers on milk fever, ketosis, DA's, RP's, and more:  

NMPF Thanks FDA for Extending Milk Labeling Comment Period

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) thanked the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its announcement today that it will extend by 60 days, until Jan. 25, the public comment period during which the agency is seeking information on the proper names for...

Lame Duck Congress Urged To Put Farmers First

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) urged Congress to make passing a new farm bill a top priority in its lame-duck session, saying that dairy farmers harmed by low prices would benefit from the certainty and improvements likely to be part of the final law....

Consider Probiotics For Calf Efficiency

Whether you’re having a specific calf challenge or are looking for a consistent way to support immune function and digestive health, probiotics can be a great solution. Dr. Troy Wistuba, Director of Technical Innovation with Land O' Lakes Animal Milk Products joined...

Financial Literacy For Dairy

Managing a dairy business means knowing as much about finances as the cows. PDPW Executive Director Shelly Mayer joined us on today's Dairy Radio Now to tell us more about the upcoming program Financial Literacy For Dairy :...

What’s In Store For 2019

Dairy farmers and allied industry will get an update on the U.S. dairy markets and global report from economist Dan Basse at PDPW's World Class Webinar on November 21, 2018.  Click here to register.  Listen below to Basse's comments on what he is looking at for 2019:...

NMPF Urges Congress to Put Farmers First in Lame-Duck Session

Jim Mulhern, president and CEO of the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF), urged Congress to make passing a new farm bill a top priority in its lame-duck session that starts tomorrow, saying that dairy farmers harmed by low prices would benefit from the...

Great Buys in Feed

What are some of the good buys for byproduct feed? Dr. Mike Hutjens give us his two cents on this Feed Form Friday on Dairy Radio Now.  

ADSA Enhances The Learning Experience

Dr. Ken Olson from The American Dairy Science Association joined us on today's Dairy Radio Now to share with us the wide variety of resources at dairy producers and industry professional's fingertips....

Focus on Bedding & Nutrition to Prevent Pneumonia

This month, Dr. Ryan Leiterman of Crystal Creek debunks the myth that ventilation is the main cause of pneumonia.  

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NMPF Thanks FDA for Extending Milk Labeling Comment Period

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) thanked the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its announcement today that it will extend by 60 days, until Jan. 25, the public comment period during which the agency is seeking information on the proper names for plant-based beverages. The original deadline was Nov. 27.

“It is crucial that all interested parties have adequate time to more fully address FDA’s extensive list of questions about the labeling issue, and why it matters from a nutrition and public health standpoint,” said Jim Mulhern, president and CEO of NMPF, which has long urged FDA to enforce existing rules on what should and shouldn’t properly be called “milk.” “This extension will allow the dairy community, as well as health professionals, to fully explain why consumers deserve accurate and honest information about their food options.” read more…

Lame Duck Congress Urged To Put Farmers First

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) urged Congress to make passing a new farm bill a top priority in its lame-duck session, saying that dairy farmers harmed by low prices would benefit from the certainty and improvements likely to be part of the final law. NMPF’s Chris Galen joined us on Dairy Radio Now to discuss and also alert dairy producers of the deadline to submit public comment on fake-milk labeling: