With new forages being harvested, rations are about to change.
Debt. A four-letter word, but not necessarily a “bad” word. The majority of Ohio’s dairy farms have debt, and it makes good business sense for them to have debt and manage it wisely. Our farms grow when additional returns generated by a carefully planned investment made using borrowed dollars exceed the interest owed on the […]
The vision, the goals, the super human effort came together for everyone at DairyPalooza Northeast held at the Trumbull County Fairgrounds.
Forage quality has a huge effect on your cows’ health and productivity and is arguably the single most important factor to dairy profitability.
In case you missed the first opportunity, more farm succession workshops are being planned.
Most farms have some level of debt. How much and what kind of debt will vary from farm to farm.
As things stand for now, what we have in terms of price and dairy profitability should remain pretty much the same.
The 2015 forecast for milk price income on dairy farms is looking to be less than it was in 2014.
Perseverance — now that is an excellent vocabulary word. The definition is summarized as the ability to continue doing something or trying to do something even though it is difficult.
A few days ago, I was flying home from Washington D.C., having spent two days in a long meeting of questionable productivity.