“Fine Tuning” Feed Prices

While dairy producers can't control the milk price they can fine tune their feed prices. That's according to Dr. Mike Hutjens, retired dairy extension specialist from the University of Illinois. He joined us on Friday's Dairy Radio Now with an update on the latest...

The Importance of Preventing Hypocalcemia

Dr. Tim Brown joined us on today's Dairy Radio Now to tell us about the importance of preventing hypocalcemia in dairy cows with proper nutrition balancing. Dr. Brown provides technical support and educational assistance to the SoyPlus® and SoyChlor® sales team and...

Federal Order Class I Price drops $1.21

The August Federal order Class I base milk price was announced July 18 by the USDA at $14.15 per hundredweight, down $1.21 from July and $2.57 below August 2017. It is the lowest August Class I price since 2009 when it stood at $10.04. It equates to about $1.22 per...

DeLaval Opens $1 Million KC Training Center

DeLaval celebrated the grand opening of a Training Center at their Kansas City, MO, facilities today. The DeLaval Training Center is the result of a $1 million dollar facility renovation investment in robotics and food safety. It features the all-new Voluntary Milking...

Marketing Direct To The Consumer

Lois Federman is the Something Special from Wisconsin™ Program Director. She joined us on today’s PDPW’s World of Dairy segment for part 2 on managing the day to day details of selling ag products directly to the consumer.    

NMPF Encouraged by FDA Commissioner’s Desire to Enforce Dairy Labeling Regulations

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Commissioner Scott Gottlieb told an audience at a Politico Pro Summit on Tuesday in Washington that his agency will soon begin enforcing regulations that define milk as an animal product, not a plant-based food – an indication...

FUTP 60 Summit: Nourishing Communities Panel Discussion

During this guided Q&A discussion/panel, dairy farmers and NFL alumni Jason Brown speak about the role of farmers in feeding the world. Hear their insights into the important role farmers and agriculture play in communities.  ...

World Dairy Expo Seminars Announced

Seminars have been announced for the upcoming World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin. Presented by industry leaders daily, these seminars address topics centered around policy, research, finances and the future. Each seminar is approved for one continuing education...

No Simple Answers To Tariff Trade War

The tariff war is starting to hurt dairy producers but, when it comes to trade, there are no simple answers, according to Matt Gould, editor, and analyst with the Dairy and Food Market Analyst newsletter. He talks with Lee Mielke about it on this week's Mielke Monday:...

USDA Appoints Members to National Dairy Promotion and Research Board

Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue today announced the appointment of 13 members to fill vacancies on the 37-member National Dairy Promotion and Research Board. Twelve appointees will serve three-year terms, November 1, 2018, through October 31, 2021. One appointee...

NCBA President Keeps Active Schedule

National Cattlemen’s Beef Association President Kevin Kester is a fifth-generation California rancher. Kester is a past Vice President and Policy Division Chairman, after serving as the Policy Division Vice Chairman.

Kevin has served as Chairman of the Joint International Markets and the Tax and Credit Committees. He has also served on the Board of Directors since 2007.

He has also been active within his community serving on the Shandon School Board of Trustees, the California Mid-State Fair Heritage Foundation board of directors and the California Mid-State Fair Agriculture Committee.

Listen to Kester’s comments on being a target by animal activists:

Kester comments on his busy schedule as NCBA President:



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