HD Notebook

Reproduction webinar encourages protocol review

Tue, 08/14/2012

Are the reproduction strategies currently used on your dairy optimal?

by Patti Hurtgen, Hoard’s Dairyman Online Media Manager Read more

Dairy farming parody goes viral

Mon, 08/13/2012

Nine-year-old dairy farm boy, “Little Fred,” sings a “Call Me Maybe” parody while putting a cute face on dairy farming.

by Chelsey Johnson, Hoard's Dairyman Editorial Intern Read more

Dairy financial situation is critical in California

Fri, 08/10/2012

Producer group petitions state for temporary milk price relief.

by Dennis Halladay, Hoard’s Dairyman Western Editor

Bad has turned to worse for milk producers in the nation’s largest dairy state. Read more

Drought raises your nitrate toxicity risk

Thu, 08/09/2012

When plants are stressed, nitrate levels are less likely to decline and the risks are transferred to the herd.

by Amanda Smith, Hoard’s Dairyman Associate Editor Read more

Fence is priority one for border ranchers

Wed, 08/08/2012

Although ranch owners working near the border desire a long-term solution, a fence is their only request.

by Lucas Sjostrom, Hoard's Dairyman Associate Editor Read more

Picture yourself as a Packer, Raven or Viking!

Tue, 08/07/2012

Dairy checkoff photo contest has football theme.

by Patti Hurtgen, Online Media Manager, Hoard's Dairyman

While those may not be your favorite football teams, Dairy Management Inc. still is looking for you to show your favorite team spirit with a dairy twist by entering the “Show your pride” dairy producer photo contest. Read more

Show pride and interact with consumers at the fair

Mon, 08/06/2012

Youth at the Wisconsin State Fair share messages with fairgoers.

by Chelsey Johnson, Hoard’s Dairyman Editorial Intern Read more

America’s cheese geeks hear from Grandin

Fri, 08/03/2012

Temple Grandin gives an educated crowd an opportunity to rethink their opinions.

by Lucas Sjostrom, Hoard's Dairyman Associate Editor Read more

The best minds aren’t sticking with research

Thu, 08/02/2012

To remain a player we cannot remain disinvested in agriculture.

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Smaller cotton crops expected in 2012, 2013

Wed, 08/01/2012

Tight seed supplies likely for dairy feeding needs as a result.

by Dennis Halladay, Hoard’s Dairyman Western Editor

Corn, soybeans and hay aren’t the only dairy feed staples expected to have more limited supplies this fall. A slightly smaller U.S. cotton crop is also forecast, which means the amount of cottonseed available for dairy rations will be affected. Read more

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