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California targets dairies to combat global warming

The new law requires dairies and other livestock operations to reduce methane emissions 40 percent below 2013 levels by 2030. More

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Dairy wins Idaho milk quality award for third time

A southeastern Idaho dairy has won the state's milk quality award for the third time. More

 

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Cheese prices down; butter slips

Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week's dairy industry news. More

UN says dairy an ally in Asia’s nutrition challenges

The main beneficiaries have been small farmers, who produce nearly 80 percent of the milk in Asia. More

Drug-resistant salmonella linked to Wisconsin calves

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 21 people have been infected in eight states from Jan. 11 through Oct. 24. More

Weak week for cheese prices

Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week's dairy industry news. More

Great American Milk Drive passes million-gallon mark

Milk is one of the most requested but least donated items at food banks, with donations providing less than one gallon per year per person served by Feeding America. More

Expert: Dairymen should get ready for rising milk prices

Milk prices are on their way up and will continue to climb over the next several years, an economist told Idaho dairymen during their annual convention. More

What’s Upstream ‘paused,’ but may resurface

What's Upstream only 'paused,' and may resurface, reports lead organizer. More

Dairy prices strengthen as holidays approach

Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week's dairy industry news. More

East Idaho producer inducted into Idaho Dairy Hall of Fame

The owner of one of Idaho's smallest dairy operations, who has been involved with the industry for 62 years, has been inducted into the Idaho Dairy Hall of Fame. More

Idaho Fish and Game push aims to protect farmers’ hay

The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has increased funding and emphasis on a program that provides hay farmers with fenced enclosures, called stack yards, to keep elk and deer away. More

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