HD Notebook

A Special Gift for Your Dairy Friends

Tue, 12/13/2011

Shopping for dairy people is not an easy task.

”FosterIt seems to be a struggle to purchase a Christmas gift for those that spend the majority of their life surrounded by cows and calves. Read more

Antibiotics use in food animals: Necessary. Responsible. Ethical.

Mon, 12/12/2011

Media oversimplification of so complex an issue often misleads consumers.

It was yet another preeminent national symposium whose sound-bites you didn’t see on the evening news. Read more

December Hoard’s Dairyman Bull List ready to download

Fri, 12/09/2011

Top 50 genomic Holstein bulls are all over 788 Net Merit.

Is your dairy ready for an OSHA visit?

Thu, 12/08/2011

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A webinar hosted by the UW Center for Agricultural Safety and Health on Tuesday honed in on what producers can expect should OSHA visit their dairy.

Heat stress road show rolls on

Wed, 12/07/2011

Experts from the University of Florida and Texas A&M continue their road show in the U.S. next spring.

We joined nearly 50 dairy producers in Okeechobee, Fla., yesterday for the first leg of the Heat Stress Road Show. The presentations were full of great statistics and facts based on research done at many universities in North America and Europe. Read more

Dairy product production continues to grow

Tue, 12/06/2011

Cheese, butter, and frozen products production each swelled by more than 1 percent in October.

On Thursday, the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released its estimates for October dairy product production in the U.S. Read more

Creating Dairyland makes a great Christmas present

Mon, 12/05/2011

Creating Dairyland

Creatively written book chronicles Wisconsin’s growth as a major dairy state.

Second biggest U.S. dairy cooperative getting new CEO

Fri, 12/02/2011

California group’s leader previously worked for New Zealand export giant Fonterra

Andrei Mikhalevsky Read more

Land price bubble, or sound economics?

Thu, 12/01/2011

The main question at the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago’s Rising Farmland Values: Causes & Cautions was: Is there a bubble? The quick answer is: No.

10 Ways to Score on Scholarships

Wed, 11/30/2011

College can be expensive and preparing for this large investment begins long before you pay your first semester tuition.


Many agricultural businesses and organizations provide scholarships to deserving students. Some are based on academic merit, work experience, school activities, leadership roles, career aspirations, and, in some cases, financial need. We have prepared a list of 10 things to be mindful of when applying for scholarships (and for those writing letters on behalf of applicants). Many of our staff have served on scholarship committees and have seen several of these factors determine the final winners.

1. Keep on top of scholarship deadlines. Visit websites, read newspapers, look through newsletters for details on scholarships that are available. Read more

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