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Red Meat Study Challenges Negative Charges

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue didn't have much of a positive response to a question about plant-based meats at World Dairy Expo. Hoards Dairyman Managing Editor, Corey Geiger talks with Lee Mielke about it and reports on a new study that challenges the negative...

Managing Waste Milk

Dr. Mike Hutjens provides tips on handling and feeding waste milk on the farm:

Dairy Startups Compete

Milk-based beverages for active kids and ready-to-drink lattes with collagen are among the nine finalists announced today in the California Milk Advisory Board’s (CMAB) Real California Milk Accelerator dairy startup competition designed to inspire ideas...

Rural Energy Savings

Jessica Mlsna, dairy energy specialist with Focus on Energy, wrapped up our three-part segment on the Focus on Energy's role in helping dairy farmers in Wisconsin.

Perdue: Adapt To Survive

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue told dairy farmers at World Dairy Expo in Madison last week that they will have to adapt to survive. HighGround Dairy's Lucas Fuess was there and talks with Lee Mielke about the reaction.

Feeding Cows in 2020

Dr. Mike Hutjens joined us on today's Dairy Radio to look at the feed situation for the last quarter of 2019 and what is in store for 2020:

Joint Annual Meeting Fast Approaching

Chris Galen from the National Milk Producers Federation joined us on today's Dairy Radio to preview the upcoming joint annual meeting with the National Dairy Promotion and Research Board (NDB) and the United Dairy Industry Association (UDIA). Nov. 4-6, 2019- more info

Benchmark At 5-Year High

The Agriculture Department announced the September Federal order Class III benchmark milk price at $18.31 per hundredweight, up 71 cents from August, $2.22 above September 2018, and the highest it has been since November 2014 and compares to California’s September...

‘Tis The Season To Control Air Flow

Fall is an excellent time to review how your calf barn is properly ventilated, especially with colder temperatures upon us. Dr. Ryan Leiterman of Crystal Creek reminds us that shutting everything down is not the answer, but rather controlling the barn's air flow...

Reducing Energy Waste Has Benefits

Many farms, homes and businesses are benefiting from reducing energy waste by partnering with Wisconsin utilities. Part two with Jessica Mlsna, dairy energy specialist with Focus on Energy:

Corn & Soybean Update

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