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Webinar Looks At Long Range Forecast

Join the PDPW World Class Webinars: "Looking forward in 2020" with Eric Snodgrass, atmospheric scientist with Nutrien Ag Solutions. Snodgrass will analyze how the weather has impacted markets during the growing season. He'll provide the latest long-range forecasts...

Striving For Healthy Workers and Safe Food

The global pandemic has plunged the world into a time of perplexity and uncertainty. Hoard's Dairyman managing editor Corey Geiger addresses some of the arising concerns for dairy on today's Dairy Radio.

Hay Inventory Update

Dr. Mike Hutjens updates us on the latest spring hay inventory, prices and conditions:

Americans Shift to Home Cooking

Last year more than half of Americans did not eat there meals at home. Ag Resource economist Dan Basse says the global pandemic has changed that. He shares his concerns about stocking our nation's grocery stores and is also keeping his eye on another Black Swan that...

Efforts To Eradicate Virus Is Critical

Dan Basse, President of Ag Resource Company joined us on today's Dairy Radio to share his thoughts on the global pandemic.

Coronavirus Disease FAQ’s

USDA has FAQ's and resources about coronavirus (COVID-19).The latest information directly from the CDC can be found at www.coronavirus.gov.Read More

Bracing For Decline in Restaurant Food Sales

HighGround Dairy warns that the coronavirus outbreak will result in a severe decline in restaurant and food service sales, which are a key driver of dairy demand, however retail and grocery demand has been exceptionally strong. Lucas Fuess talks with Lee Mielke about...

Safe, Steady Milk Production Continues

Chris Galen with the National Milk Producers Federation joins us on today's Dairy Radio:

Upcoming Dairy Meetings See Changes

Dairy Farmers of America postponed its annual meeting, scheduled for March 16-18 in Kansas City, Missouri.The Professional Dairy Producers Conference annual business conference, set for March 18-19, in Madison, Wisconsin, will now be held entirely...

Let’s Be Careful Out There

Dairymen who are over 65 need to isolate themselves and be creative about how they are managing their usual daily activities with their employees. Non-essential functions by the state have been cancelled and most businesses and state agencies have been working around...

Farm Kids Less Likely To Develop Allergic Diseases

Researchers at the University of Wisconsin have teamed with the National Farm Medicine Center at Marshfield Clinic Research Foundation to examine how farm environments, especially those with livestock, stimulate stronger immune systems and make children far less likely to develop allergic diseases.

The study is part of the five-year Wisconsin Infant Study Cohort (WISC) project. It is being funded by the National Institutes of Health and National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, the University of Wisconsin Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, and the Upper Midwest Agricultural Safety and Health Center (UMASH) at the University of Minnesota.

“If we can identify the key microbial exposures on farms, then we would want to offer it to non-farm kids,” said Casper Bendixsen, Ph.D., NFMC principal investigator for WISC. Listen to his comments on Dairy Radio Now, sponsored by the Professional Dairy Producers.

 

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