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Do cows know it’s Christmas and what can you get them?
Cows that are not eating, resting, drinking, showing heat or being milking indicate an opportunity to give your cows an extra Christmas gift this season.
US dairy consolidation likely to continue down the road
Dairy farm consolidations will likely continue with emphasis on improving efficiency while meeting the demands of consumers and improving sustainability.
Comparing Ohio herd size groups
An advantage of Ohio's dairy industry is that one herd size or management system does not fit all. Dianne Shoemaker explains in this week's Dairy Excel.
The fork in the road for dairy farms
The Fork in the Road for Dairy Farms is discussed in this article and will provide suggestions for those managers who are or want to become competitive.
Dairy farmers should brace for a continuation of challenges in 2021
Maurice Eastridge cautions dairy farmers to brace for a continuation of challenges in 2021, and I encourage them to examine their farm management practices.
Life after dairy
For many dairy farmers, moving on is tough. It was no different for Jim and Donna Beardsley, but they managed to keep the farm going after selling the herd.
Mixing it up: dairies diversify for success
Diversification is key for some dairy farms. That's the case for Pleasant Lane Farms in Latrobe, Pa., and Baker's Golden Dairy, in New Waterford, Ohio.
Go big or go out: the reality of milking 1,200 cows
Just because your dairy farm is bigger, doesn't mean survival is easier. But it's doable. At least it has been for Andreas Farms Inc, in Sugarcreek, Ohio.
Dairy industry takes care of itself in Ohio
How do you help your industry when you don’t have millions of state dollars at your disposal? You get creative. That's what groups in Ohio are doing.
Pennsylvania invests big in dairy
Pennsylvania is tackling the dairy issue by studying it and investing in it like never before.