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U.S. Dairy Farmers Remain Dedicated to Healthy Cows

The national dairy FARM program (Farmers Assuring Responsible Management) works with dairy producers, processors and industry partners to demonstrate the highest standards on U.S. dairy farms. Dr. Jennifer Van Os from UW-Madison joined us on today's PDPW Producer...

June Dairy Month Is Not Fake

Hoards Dairyman managing editor Corey Geiger echoes our belief that June Dairy Month is not fake milk month. A growing number of consumers believe drinking a beverage from a plant is more beneficial than what comes from a cow. Geiger tells us if consumers really knew...

Corkscrew Claw Syndrome

Hoof health is our topic this week with Dr. Mike Hutjens, retired dairy extension specialist from the University of Illinois. He tells us about a UW-Madison study that examines a hoof condition in young heifers:

China Trade Concerns

National Milk's Chris Galen joined us on our Policy Thursday to discuss theongoing trade war between the U.S. and China and the new Dairy Margin Coverage program:

African Swine Fever Strikes China

Matt Gould, analyst of the Dairy & Food Market Analyst newsletter joined us on today's Mielke Monday to update us on African swine fever in China and how it may impact the dairy industry.

Improving Animal Welfare

The U.S. dairy industry continues to evolve by using best management practices to care for their animals. Dr. Jennifer Van Os, assistant professor of dairy science at UW-Madison, joined us on PDPW's Producer Tuesday to tell us about understanding and improving the...

MPP Refunds Available

USDA’s Farm Service Agency (FSA) announced that dairy producers who had coverage under the Margin Protection Program for Dairy (MPP-Dairy), which provided payments to producers when the price of milk fell below the feed costs to produce it, are eligible to receive a...

Dairy’s Global Warming Claim Exaggerated

Dr. Frank Mitloehner, an air quality specialist from the University of California at Davis, dispels some myths on livestock's impact on air pollution.

China Import Update

FC Stone dairy broker Dave Kurzawski discusses China's latest importdata:

Prepare For Heat Stress

Warmer weather is in the forecast. Dr. Mike Hutjens joins us with important information on caring for animals during times of heat stress.

Benchmark Slips 7 Cents

The Agriculture Department announced the February Federal order Class III benchmark milk price at $13.89 per hundredweight, down 7 cents from January but 49 cents above February 2018 and the first month that The Class III price topped the previous year’s price since November 2017. It equates to $1.19 per gallon, down from $1.20 in January and compares to $1.15 a year ago.

The February Class IV price is $15.86, up 38 cents from January, $2.99 above a year ago, and the highest Class IV price since August 2017.

The four week average cheese price used in calculating the month’s Class prices was $1.3940 per pound, up 0.7 cents from January. Butter averaged $2.2644, up 3 cents. Nonfat dry milk averaged 98 cents per pound, up 2.9 cents, and dry whey averaged 45.45 cents per pound, down 2.6 cents from January. Courtesy: Mielke Market Weekly

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