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

One researcher hopes to formulate diets where cows consume less protein or less nitrogen and still produces the same amount of milk and milk components.

Selz-Pralle Aftershock 3918 is the new national milk production record holder for the Holstein breed.

Farmers need to observe milking routines and evaluate milkers to ensure procedures are followed correctly and consistently.

Corn silage is an important component of dairy rations. It pays to direct management efforts to make high-quality corn silage.

Dairy-nutrition researchers have been experimenting with various dietary supplements to bolster the immune systems of transition cows.

The District 3 Holstein Club held its Open Invitational Holstein Show June 17 at the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds. Check out the results.

Check out these five tips from the Penn State Extension Dairy Team on managing and preventing dairy cow foot problems.

Economic losses in dairy herd production can often be attributed to foot problems. Learn more about potential issues and how they can affect your herd.

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.