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Farm Bill Awaits Trump’s Signature

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) applauded the U.S. House of Representatives for completing congressional approval of a new farm bill and sending to the White House a law that will provide important economic assistance to dairy producers in times of need....

World Dairy Expo Seeks Nominations for Recognition Awards

World Dairy Expo® is accepting nominations for the 2019 Expo Recognition Awards now through February 1, 2019. Producers, organizations, academic staff and others involved in the dairy industry are encouraged to nominate individuals to recognize their outstanding work...

Comfort Designed For Today’s Cow

Kevin Martin, a sales specialist in barn equipment with GEA joined us on today's Wellness Wednesday to discuss how dairies are yielding cleaner stalls as cows lay straighter living in the Single Beam Freestall Mounting System. He also tells Dairy Radio Now listeners...

Producers Urge Congress to Quickly Approve Pro-Dairy Farm Bill

With the release of a farm bill that Congress will vote on in the coming days, the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) joined its member cooperatives and state dairy associations in urging Congress to pass the new law, which includes several measures crucial to...

Understanding Cow’s Feeding Behavior

Trevor DeVries, Professor in the Department of Animal BioSciences at the University of Guelph, studies dairy cattle behavior, nutrition, and welfare with a focus on feeding behavior and diet selection. He joined us on today's Dairy Radio Now to tell us more:...

$20 Milk In 2019?

Jerry Dryer, analyst, and editor of the Dairy and Food Market Analyst newsletter joined us on today's Mielke Monday to give a small preview of his December forecast. He believes we will see some $17 milk by the end of the year and, if his hunch on milk supply becomes...

Anticipating Corn Silage Hybrids

Dr. Mike Hutjens joined us on today's Feed Form Friday to discuss corn hybrid selection:  

Edge Cooperative Has a Voice in D.C.

Edge dairy cooperative is the fourth largest co-op in the country and they've been actively engaging at the federal level. Kansas native Michael Torrey of Michael Torrey Associates has been based in D.C. for more than a decade representing businesses like Edge who...

More Milk Options in School Meals

The National Milk Producers Federation commended Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue for returning low-fat (1%) flavored milk as part of the National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs. The final rule implementing regulatory changes needed to add low-fat...

Winter Housing: Focus On Air Volume Not Speed

Cold temperatures are here and winter is quickly approaching. As the temperatures drop, calf barns are closed up and the ventilation rates are turned down. As an industry we do this reflexively, but is it what’s best for the calves? If it's not 'drafty,' can a calf...

Dairy Market Report

The key factors affecting the recent dairy market outlook have been the slow unwinding of the previous expansion of milk and cheese production, increased domestic and export use of cheese and butter, and continued large stocks of these products. Chris Galen, Sr. VP of...

U.S. Dairy Industry Cautions Japan

Japan’s agriculture officials must respect current market access between Japan and its trading partners, including the United States, when reviewing a list of geographical indications (GIs) proposed by the European Union (EU), or else risk disrupting one of the...

Discover New Dairy Worlds

“We’re blessed to have a sold out trade show,” reported Scott Bentley, GM of World Dairy Expo.  THe 51st annual gathering is scheduled next week in Madison, Wisconsin. “Commercial exhibitors realize the value it brings to their organization....

California Threatened By Water Regulations

The California farming and ranching industry is not alone when combating new proposed water regulations. Kirk Wilbur, director of government affairs with the California Cattlemen’s Association joined us on American Cattle News to tell us more....

AABP Celebrates 50 Years

Over 1,400 attendees took in the 50th annual American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) annual conference in Omaha. Incoming President Dr. Mike Apley of Kansas State University joined us on American Cattle News to tell us...