Saturday, May 28, 2022
ohio dairy farm

2021 provided an example of the impact rising and falling cow numbers can have on milk prices, especially when accompanied by less milk produced per cow.
Feed alley

Learn how to estimate the amount of time a cow needs to spend in the close-up pen to increase dietary energy and reduce the risk for transition diseases.
cows eating

Dairy Excel author Chris Zoller provides some management recommendations to help your dairy be successful in 2022.
Calf barn

Colostrum is an important source of antibodies, nutrients and energy for thermogenesis of newborn calves. And it's even more important in colder weather.
Iowa farm

David Marrison asks readers: "If you can choose one word to guide yourself and your farm business in 2022, what will it be?"
Farmer milking cows

Dianne Shoemaker shares information about the 2022 Dairy Margin Coverage Program and the Supplemental Dairy Margin Coverage Program.
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OSU Extension educator Chris Zoller creates a unique take on a classic Christmas song to reflect the efforts of those who contribute to farm operations.
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While the all-milk price for 2022 is high, farmers still need to protect their milk income. Learn more about tools and tactics to protect your milk income.

Taking care of the udder and teats during the harshest weather of the year will keep the cows comfortable and healthy, meaning fewer cases of mastitis.

Learn more about farm management practices that may help you offset the increasing costs of fertilizer.