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Farm Machine Technology Continues To Evolve

John Shutske, Professor and Extension Specialist in Biological Systems Engineering at UW-Madison recently updated PDPW Dairy Signal viewers and listeners on the latest farm technologies:

Dairy Headlines

Last week had plenty of headlines from the disappointing Pulse dairy auction to China's mounting COVID cases and growing government protests, to USDA's disappointing purchases of dairy products and the possibility of national railway strike. HighGround Dairy's Lucas...

Capitalizing On Milk Fat Prices

Dr. Mike Hutjens joins us again to discuss a recent study relating to milk fat:

U.S. To Host World Dairy Summit

The International Dairy Federation (IDF) World Dairy Summit brings unique opportunities for U.S. dairy as the host nation for the Chicago event, to be held next Oct. 16-19. The global conference returns to the United States for the first time in three decades, at a...

Benchmark Milk Price Drops 80 Cents

The Agriculture Department announced the November Federal order Class III benchmark milk price at $21.01 per hundredweight (cwt.), down 80 cents from October but $2.98 above Nov. 2021. That put the eleven month average at $22.09, up from $16.96 a year ago and $18.39...

Managing Transition Cows

A lot of research has gone into transition cow nutrition. Dr. Robert Van Saun DVM, MS, PhD,, Professor of Veterinary Science and Extension Veterinarian, Penn State University, has more than 40 years experience on the subject. He presented a recent update to viewers...

Working On The Farm A Lost Art?

Farmer Maureen Torrey discusses the latest labor challenges at the recently held NY Labor Road Show. Our thanks to John Clark for attending this year.

Supplemental Yeast Products In Calves

Yeast products have been used in dairy cows for a number of years, but what about calves? Dr. Mike Hutjens shares the latest research on supplemental yeast products in young calves.

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving is a time for gratitude and giving thanks. We are very thankful for today's dairy farmers who put in the hours every day of the year. National Milk's Chris Galen joins us today:

Class I Down $1.51

The Agriculture Department announced the final Federal order Class I base milk price of the year at $22.58 per hundredweight, down $1.51 from November but $3.41 above Dec. 2021, and the lowest Class I since February. It equates to $1.94 per gallon, up from $1.65 a...

Benchmark Up 33 Cents

The Agriculture Department announced the December Federal order Class III milk price at $18.36 per hundredweightup 33 cents from November, $2.64 above December 2020, and the highest Class III since May. That put the year’s average at $17.08, down from $18.16 in 2021 and compares to $16.96 in 2019.

Class III futures portend a January 2022 price at $20.66; February, $22.35; and March at $21.75 per cwt.

The December Class IV price is $19.88, up $1.09 from November, $6.52 above a year ago, and the highest Class IV price since October 2014. The 2021 Class IV average is $16.09, up from $13.49 in 2020, and compares to $16.30 in 2019.
Courtesy of the Mielke Market Weekly


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