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Western hay growers face challenges

Western hay growers see challenges ahead for this year's crop. Early spring and water concerns in some areas are making the season hard to predict. More

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Cougar kills dairy cow in W. Washington

Cougar attacks are rare in the region, but it’s unusual to have an attack west of Interstate 5. More

Calif. processors say FMMO hearing unwarranted

USDA has received three alternative proposals to three co-ops' proposal to establish a federal milk marketing order for California. More

Butter, cheese prices strong; powder plunging

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

USDA posts alternative proposals for Calif. milk marketing order

Three alternative proposals to establish a federal milk marketing orderfor California have been submitted to USDA and are available for viewing. More

Cheese strength drawing attention

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

Calif. producers weigh in on federal milk order

USDA meetings in May will review producer and processors proposals for a federal milk marketing order in California. More

Cheese, butter finish March higher

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

2015 could be a break-even year for Idaho dairy farmers

During a presentation to lawmakers by United Dairymen of Idaho officials, most of the questions from legislators centered around Fairlife, a new premium milk product being distributed by the Coca-Cola Co. More

EU dairy farmers protest end of milk quotas

The EU's milk quota system ends Wednesday. Officials believe the soaring global population should lead to higher demand, thereby allowing European producers to compete with U.S. and Australian farmers targeting lucrative markets in Asia. More

New Idaho rules relax import restrictions on livestock

The Idaho Legislature has approved two pending rules that would relax import restrictions on some livestock. Idaho State Department of Agriculture officials said the new rules would still ensure herd health is protected. More

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