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WSDA favors tagging every cow with radio ID
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WSDA favors tagging every cow with radio ID
WSDA plans rule changes to better track cows

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Rural Utah farmer, market owner makes exclusive cheese
Caineville farmer likes making brined feta, smooth chevre or Ramsley’s signature semi-firm tomme, a cheese typically produced in France and Switzerland.
Idaho ag export value up 12 percent in 2017
Idaho ag export value up 12 percent in 2017
After decreasing in 2015 and 2016, the total value of Idaho agricultural exports increased 12 percent through the first nine months of this year.
Speaker: Dairymen need to be able to adapt to rapid changes
Speaker: Dairymen need to be able to adapt to rapid changes
Rapid technological innovation will cause major changes in the food industry and dairy producers need to be ready and able to adapt to stay competitive, a keynote speaker told Idaho dairymen recently.
Dairy prices continue to undulate
Dairy prices continue to undulate
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week’s dairy industry news.
Darigold economist: Canada milk policy spoiling market
Darigold economist: Canada milk policy spoiling market
Darigold studies how new Canadian policy robbing U.S. milk producers
Schilder newest member of Idaho Dairy Hall of Fame
Schilder newest member of Idaho Dairy Hall of Fame
John Schilder, an Idaho dairyman who passed away in January 2015, has been inducted into the Idaho Dairy Hall of Fame. His wife and their children and families were on hand to receive an award honoring him Nov. 9 during Dairy West’s annual...
Chobani expands Twin Falls facility
Chobani expands Twin Falls facility
Chobani has already begun construction of a 70,000-square-foot innovation and community center in Twin Falls. It is set for completion next summer.
Chobani grows in ‘Silicon Valley of food’ despite turmoil
The Greek yogurt company’s time in Idaho has taken a darker turn as anti-immigrant advocates have seized on the company’s open stance on refugees.
Hilt Dairy wins Idaho Milk Quality Award for 2017
Hilt Dairy wins Idaho Milk Quality Award for 2017
Hard work, good employees and a love for their cows are the keys behind Hilt Dairy winning Idaho’s Milk Quality Award in 2017, the operation’s owners said.
Washington raw milk dairy surrenders license
Washington raw milk dairy surrenders license
Washington raw milk dairy surrenders license

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