HD Notebook

How much do your friends know about the dairy industry?

Date: 
Tue, 03/06/2012

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Holstein Foundation Program brings consumer perceptions to light

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Among cowmen, there was only one Pete Heffering.

Date: 
Mon, 03/05/2012

Pete Heffering

Vision. It was Heffering’s sixth sense when it came to evaluating, developing, and breeding cows.

Ten common OSHA dairy violations

Date: 
Fri, 03/02/2012

Most are easily preventable . . . and can be very expensive if they aren’t.

The specific list of most common dairy violations varies from state to state, but not by much, says Blane Adams, a loss control specialist with Winton Ireland Strom & Green insurance agency in Turlock, Calif. He adds that every state does have two things in common: Read more

Keep your herd, and heifers, moving forward

Date: 
Thu, 03/01/2012

Once you adopt a genomic testing program on heifers, you must be willing to commit.

Book review: A Rat is a Pig is a Dog is a Boy

Date: 
Wed, 02/29/2012

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Sire joins the Millionaire club

Date: 
Tue, 02/28/2012

Genetic and genomic giant, Picston Shottle, has added one more credential to his long list of accomplishments.

U.S. dairy farm numbers drop by 1,621 — now total 51,481

Date: 
Mon, 02/27/2012

That’s the smallest drop, both percentage and actual, since 1992.

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Donors beginning to turn against HSUS

Date: 
Fri, 02/24/2012

Federal Trade Commission is getting an earful from people who feel deceived and mislead.

”HSUSSlowly but surely, word is sinking in with consumers about a different and much less noble image of Humane Society of the United States. Read more

South Dakota is open to the dairy industry

Date: 
Thu, 02/23/2012

With few of its citizens more than one generation removed from the farm, South Dakota has an affinity for agriculture and is ready for dairy industry growth.

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World trends to watch through 2050

Date: 
Wed, 02/22/2012

Johanna Nesseth Tuttle

We hear time and again that we’ll need to feed 9 billion people in 2050. But what else will change in the next 38 years?

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