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Robotic Calf Feeding Tips

Amy Penterman, manager of Dutch Dairy LLC, recently joined the PDPW Dairy Signal to discuss robotic calf feeding practices:  

Rabobank Quarterly Insights

Rabobank's Global Dairy Quarterly had some insights for U.S. dairy producers. Senior Dairy Analyst Lucas Fuess shared some of them with Lee Mielke:  

Monensin Research

Dr. Mike Hutjens shares the latest research from Iran regarding monensin in dairy cattle.  

April Class I: $18.85

The Agriculture Department announced the April Class I base at 18.85 per hundredweight, down 14 cents from March, $5.53 below a year ago, and the lowest Class I since November 2021. It equates to $1.62 per gallon, down from $2.10 a year ago. The four month average...

Provide Your Feedback on Fake Milk

National Milk's Chris Galen joins us to discuss the public comment period for FDA’s guidance of plant based labels. Dairy advocates may learn more about the issue and offer comments here. Galen also updated us on legislation called DAIRY PRIDE, an acronym for the...

Dairy Leaders Honored By World Dairy Expo

World Dairy Expo® is delighted to announce the recipients of the 2023 Expo Recognition Awards. Nominated and selected by their peers, these individuals have made remarkable contributions to the dairy industry and their communities. Honorees will be formally honored...

Investing In Transition Cows

Dr. Robert Van Saun, extension veterinarian at Penn State College of Agriculture Sciences, from a recent PDPW Dairy Signal:  

Sick Calf Care

Dr. Tom Earleywine, Director of Nutritional Services with Land O’Lakes Animal Milk Solutions, joined the PDPW Dairy Signal with some tips on how to detect and care for sick calves:  

Cheese Prices Converge

Cash cheese prices converged and strengthened this week. Was that a result of demand or supply? Matt Gould, editor of "The Weekly Wire" gives Lee Mielke the answer:  

Clean Feed Approach

Dr. Mike Hutjens discusses the topic of clean feed:  

Milk Output Up

January milk output hit 18.8 billion pounds, according to preliminary data in the Agriculture Department’s first Milk Production report of 2020. That’s up 0.9% from January 2019. Output in the top 24 states totaled 17.9 billion, up 1.2%. Revisions added 88 million pounds to the original 50-state December total, now put at 18.37 billion pounds, up 1.2% from December 2018.
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