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Colostrum Myths

Dr. Tom Earleywine of Land O' Lakes Animal Milk Solutions presented to PDPW Dairy Signal viewers the common myths associated with feeding colostrum to baby calves.

Dairy Market Update

November dairy product commercial disappearance continued to look good. High Ground Dairy's Lucas Fuess discusses with Lee Mielke:

Detecting Heat In Replacement Heifers

Dr. Mike Hutjens shares insightful information about breeding heifers in a timely manner with new technologies.

A REAL Dairy Guarantee

The REAL Seal stamp of assurance has been around for decades and is now managed by the National Milk Producers Federation. We get an update from NMPF's Chris Galen:

There’s An App For That

Dairy farmers share what apps they use to help them on the farm. Sponsored by PDPW

Strong Dairy Prices Ahead

Dairy prices are strong and will likely be around for awhile, according to dairy analyst and editor of the Dairy and Food Market Analyst newsletter, Matt Gould. He adds that the resulting higher milk prices will find their way to the farm this time and talks about it...

Body Condition Score Changes

Dr. Mike Hutjens joins us for another Feed Forum Friday, where this week, Mike recaps a recent study focusing on body condition changes in early lactation cows. Sponsored by Feedworks USA, supplier of Agolin Ruminant

Consumers Missing Out On ‘The Good Stuff’

Michigan dairy producer Tom Wing joined us on our NDPO Producer Spotlight to discuss the importance of marketing the best milk possible, not only for great health, but also for long-term consumption. Click here for more details about the National Dairy Producers...

Strong Dairy Prices Ahead

Dairy prices for 2022 are projected at an eight-year high, with supply adjustments and booming exports across a wide range of products shoring up farmer balance sheets that have struggled with volatility during the pandemic era, NMPF Chief Economist Peter Vitaliano...

Regiments To A Healthy Lifestyle

Amy Mydral Miller, MS, RDN, FAND, Founder and President of Farmer’s Daughter Consulting shares some tips on how to improve the new year with a healthier lifestyle. Heard on the Dairy Signal and Sponsored by PDPW.

Emergency Haying Begins in Dakotas, Montana

Starting July 16th, Conservation Reserve Program lands in Northern Plains drought areas will be eligible for emergency haying for livestock. The emergency haying continues through August to those areas affected by severe drought.

Similar to last month’s announcement of emergency grazing on CRP lands, emergency USDAhaying will also be allowed 150 miles of an eligible county. CRP owners interested must contact their local Farm Service Agency office and obtain a modified conservation plan through local Natural Resources Conservation Service staff.

“If the drought continues, of course, we will start to see some of our disaster programs kicking in, such as the Livestock Forage Program as well as the Livestock Indemnity Program,” said USDA Acting Under Secretary Rob Johansson.

More Info Here: Disaster Assistance Programs

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