HD Notebook

Milk production up big, again!

Date: 
Thu, 10/21/2010

The trend continues. More and more milk. September was the seventh month in a row that U.S. milk production has been above year-earlier levels. September's growth in milk production across the nation was up 3.3 percent compared to last September. This change came as a result of a solid 3.3-percent jump in milk per cow. Cow numbers changed little from a year ago. Read more

FAO estimation of livestock emissions was "bogus"

Date: 
Wed, 10/20/2010

"Bogus" is the word that University of California-Davis Professor Frank Mitloehner used to describe the FAO's original estimation of livestock's contribution to greenhouse gasses during his presentation today at the Cornell Nutrition Conference being held in Syracuse, N.Y. Read more

Remarqued Jersey Print Will Sell

Date: 
Tue, 10/19/2010

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Long workdays lead to safety meltdowns

Date: 
Mon, 10/18/2010

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We’re in the export business for good

Date: 
Fri, 10/15/2010

Chicago, Atlanta and Miami, or Beijing, Tijuana and Riyadh? One group of cities is the perception of where U.S. dairy products are sold; the other is the fast-growing reality and the future. Forecasters say we should not only expect our role as a major exporter to continue, but emphasize that we are in the best position to fill the new demand they see coming. Read more

USDA bumps up milk price forecast slightly

Date: 
Thu, 10/14/2010

USDA’s October forecast of milk production for 2010 is raised slightly from last month as higher milk per cow more than offsets lower cow numbers. The agency now puts the 2010 estimate at 192.8 billion pounds which would be up 3.5 billion pounds or 1.85 percent from 2009. Read more

Livestock-based foods pack a 4-dimension punch to global hunger

Date: 
Tue, 10/12/2010

When I think of global hunger issues, only one name comes to mind: Norman Borlaug. In college, I never stopped hearing about him — he was an alumni of my alma mater. Borlaug was the winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the Congressional Gold Medal, and India's second-highest civilian honor: Padma Vibhushan. Read more

Drive On!

Date: 
Tue, 10/12/2010

With 40 percent of dairy operators over the age of 55, some may speculate some push-back to adapting to new information. The average dairy producer hovers around this age demographic. However, all producers, whether 18 or 68 years old, know how important keeping up on information affects their business. Read more

Wisconsin honors Hoard

Date: 
Mon, 10/11/2010

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U.S. taking a big share of global dairy demand rebound

Date: 
Fri, 10/08/2010

Recession still handcuffs the U.S. economy as a whole (what is the National Bureau of Economic Research thinking?), but a semi-boom has been underway all year in global demand for dairy products. Thanks to several factors, the American dairy industry has been filling more than its share of those orders. Read more

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