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The world’s first precision-bred naturally hornless cow has been born. Researchers are focusing on improving health and eliminating horns in dairy cattle.

In May, we celebrate Mother's Day but did we take time to consider how grateful we should be to the four-legged moms, the cows that produce milk for us.

Six Holsteins bred to improve genetic diversity were born at the Penn State Dairy Barns last April. Find out how these claves are doing a year later.

Find out what can be done to reduce vitamin supplementation costs and what can be done if you cannot find any vitamin A.

Joel Smith of Smith Vale Farms, Homeworth, Ohio, is a third generation dairy farmer. His parents and uncle farm full-time with him, milking 126 cows.

Measuring rumination time in dairy cows can help you better assess their overall health. Learn what trends to look for to monitor your herd's health.

You picked the stories that interested you the most in Farm and Dairy’s top web stories in 2017. Now, make sure you didn’t miss anything.

The American Guernsey Association is partnering with Holstein Association USA to appraise Guernsey cattle throughout the United States.

The Ohio Holstein Fall Sale totaled $132,300 with a $2,004 average on 63 live lots and a $2,025 average on three embryo lots.

Selection criteria for forage crops will need to expand beyond the current focus to encompass environmental impacts of growing, harvesting and storing them.
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