Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week's dairy industry news.
Chobani was selected as the exclusive provider after it successfully led a Greek yogurt pilot program over the past year.
Community leaders and the public were taken on a tour of a third-generation dairy farm in Meridian, Idaho, on June 23. It was the latest effort by Idaho's dairy industry to give the public a closer look at how dairy operations are run.
A recent free speech ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court may shed light on the controversy over Idaho's "ag gag" law, which prohibits secret recordings of farms.
Eight young women compete to represent Washington state's dairy industry.
Animal-nutrition company PerforMix, a subsidiary of AgriBeef Co. in Boise, broke ground on a liquid-supplement production facility in Rupert in a continued celebration of the Magic Valley's burgeoining ag processing industry.
WOW Logistics, a nationwide dairy storage, distribution and finance company based in Wisconsin, is expanding its facilities in Jerome, Idaho, to meet the growing needs of Idaho's booming dairy manufacturers.
Mielke report on milk.
Small dairies in Wisconsin struggle to survive.
The organic dairy sector posted an almost 11 percent jump in sales in 2014.
Idaho Department of Labo rhas committed workforce training funds to Glanbia Foods to train new workers at its Cheese Innovation Centerin Twin Falls and at its Gooding production facility.
Western United Dairymen's new CEO has held senior positions with Madera County Farm Bureau and California Asparagus Commission as well as with national and state legislators.
Mielke on milk
The Ballard family milks 80 cows and makes many varieties of cheese, diversifying its income.