Wednesday, February 22, 2017
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How well each farm would fare through the coming years of substantially lower milk prices would be heavily influenced by the financial health of the farm going in.

The unfortunate reality for dairy farmers is: "If you have a dairy farm, you probably have mastitis." The good news is, mastitis cases can be reduced by using good farm management techniques.

The National Mastitis Council (NMC) recognized the best in quality milk production, including some producers from Farm and Dairy readership.

The Ohio State University Extension Dairy Working group is offering a series of daytime dairy webinars from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Feb. 13, March 13 and March 27.

During the Ohio Forage and Grassland Council conference Feb. 3, Kim Cassida, forage Extension specialist from Michigan State University, offered these 10 reasons to use forage mixtures.

Developing quality pastures, sharing insights from one producer to another, and the latest forage research were all topics at the Ohio Forage and Grasslands Council conference and annual meeting Feb. 3.

Although social media allows us the privilege of expressing our personal emotions, it also provides the opportunity to distort the information.

Dairy graziers gather for annual conference, learn about what it takes to maintain a good pasture.

A Holstein cow in Wisconsin, Ever-Green-View My Gold-ET, has set a new single-lactation national milk production record: a 365-day record of 77,480 pounds of milk.

Change may be necessary in how you view and measure success and how you manage your dairy farm if you want to ensure its survival.
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