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Dairy Dynamics

Dairy prices remain strong as we hear from Dr. Mike Hutjens on today's Feed Forum Friday:

Fake Milk Labeling Changes Expected

With FDA guidance expected on the proper labeling of plant-based milk alternatives sometime this summer, the National Milk Producers Federation is asking the FDA to rethink plant-based beverages when defining milk. Chris Galen updated Dairy Radio Now listeners on...

Managing Heat Stress During Reproduction

Dr. Paul Fricke from the University of Wisconsin-Madison updated PDPW Dairy Signal viewers and listeners on the importance of keeping cows cool.

Breeding Changes On The Farm

Breeding programs on America’s dairy farms are seeing some surprising changes, according to Hoards Dairyman Managing Editor Corey Geiger. He talks to Lee Mielke about it.

Proper Calf Managment

Dr. Mike Hutjens recaps a recent study about getting colostrum to calves early as part of proper calf management:

A True Family Dairy Farm

Deborah Mills married a dairy farmer more than three decades ago; back when we saw more family dairy operations. She joins us on today's NDPO Producer Spotlight to tell us about the big changes we've seen on the family farm through the years.

WDE Announces Virtual Farm Tours

World Dairy Expo Virtual Farm Tours have brought some of the best dairy operations from near and far to Madison for over 20 years. The four dairies to be featured during WDE 2022 continue that tradition while showcasing environmental stewardship, quality genetics,...

Investing Off The Farm

Having options are important during these uncertain times. On this week's PDPW Producer Tuesday, our topic is "Investing Off The Farm," with PJ Madson, Senior Vice President of Wealth Management, Nicolet National BankBank. These are comments he shared from a recent...

Dairy Product Prices Weakening

Dairy product prices appear to be weakening some - StoneX dairy broker Dave Kurzawski discusses with Lee Mielke:

Adding Protein To Pasture Systems

Dr. Mike Hutjens shares recent research of pasture responses when feeding dairy cows.

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Dry Cow Stressors

“Close-up cows” are a critical phase to complete a successful transition. Dr. Mike Hutjens shares research guidelines from this year’s American Dairy Science Association meeting:


Trace Minerals 101

Today’s Feed Forum Friday, Dr. Mike Hutjens looks at recent research from the Netherlands looking at different sources of trace minerals in the feeding program:


Useful DHIA Records

Dairy Herd Information Association (DHIA) helps dairy producers create and manage important records and data about their cows Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us more on today’s Feed Forum Friday:


Three Areas To Focus On Lameness

Nearly a quarter of our world’s cattle are lame, but there are steps dairy producers can take to alleviate challenges on their operation. Dr. Mike Hutjens shares three critical areas to combat lameness on today’s Dairy Radio:


Summer Feeding

Corn is expected to be a bin buster and soybeans are also up in acreage, according to Dr. Mike Hutjens, who updated Dairy Radio listeners on the latest summer feeding conditions: