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Twenty Ohio state students and two faculty members toured the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium to study the dairy industry.

Entering the hottest months of the year, it’s time to get familiar with the signs of heat stress and how you can keep your dairy herd healthy and happy.

Milk cooperatives and county commissioners have petitioned the USDA for a national milk hearing for all dairy farmers.

Researchers are working to predict milk protein yield and calculate the MP requirement while accounting for a variable efficiency of MP utilization.

Two of the nation's largest genetic companies announce plans to join entities.

Completing records results in finding problems within the herd faster and correcting those problems sooner — minimizing production loss.

Feeding enough protein to meet lactation requirements means knowing target protein yield and determining the availability of protein in feeds.

Over 250 breeds of cattle are recognized throughout the world. Learn to identify the most common dairy breeds in the United States.

Whatever your background or experience, there are some things you need to consider before starting your own dairy farm.

Miss Hot Mama-Red-ET has earned the honor of Holstein Association USA's 2016 Star of the Breed.
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