Study Targets DCAD Diet

Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us about a recent Kansas State study targeting DCAD balances:

Class III Drops 29 Cents

The Agriculture Department announced the February Federal order Class III benchmark milk price at $15.75 per hundredweight (cwt.), down 29 cents from January and $1.25 below February...

Dairy Margin Coverage Update

National Milk's Chris Galen updated Dairy Radio Now listeners on the latest Dairy Margin Coverage insurance payments to producers, and also Tom Vilsack's "full plate" in returning as Ag. Secretary:

Keeping The Water Clean And Safe

From the water line to the trough, removing biofilm from the water is as important as anything else on the farm. Dr. Ryan Leiterman of Crystal Creek continues his discussion on how to keep the water safe for all.

PDPW Annual Meeting Has New Location

Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin will meet March 17th and 18th at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells. Executive Director Shelly Mayer discusses the board's decision to move forward with this year's conference.

California Milk Production Lowered

The January Milk Production and Cold Storage reports had a little fodder for the dairy market bulls however some of the milk production data is suspect, according to HighGround Dairy's Lucas Fuess. He talks about it with Lee Mielke:

Soybean Meal Update

Dr. Mike Hutjens updates listeners on the latest soybean prices and other alternatives to feeding cows:

Dairy Farmers Are Environmental Leaders

Through commitments like the Net Zero Initiative and efforts like the National Dairy Farmers Assuring Responsible Management (FARM) Program, dairy farmers are well-positioned to be agricultural leaders in mitigating climate change, said Dr. Jamie Jonker, NMPF’s Vice...

Fly Season Fast Approaching

Now is the time to start preparing for fly season. Mark Upton with Central Life Sciences joins us again on today's Dairy Radio with some important tips as we prepare for warmer weather.

FARM Year in Review

The National Dairy FARM Program (FARM) has published its 2020 Year in Review. Serving as the annual summary of the achievements and program developments of the FARM Program, the Year in Review showcases successes and challenges during a year of change and...

Dairy Farmers Ask Trump For Compensation

U.S. dairy farmers at their annual meeting in Pheonix this week asked President Donald Trump to recognize the significant economic losses milk producers are suffering because of the administration’s implementation of Section 232 and 301 tariffs. The duties have resulted in retaliatory tariffs against U.S. dairy exports, particularly in Mexico and China. They continue to cause severe economic harm to U.S. dairy farmers, according to the National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF), as its board of directors adopted a resolution calling for aid commensurate to that damage. NMPF’s Chris Galen tells us more:



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