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Pasture program capitalizes on giving dairy cows room to roam

Glanbia Nutritionals has helped Eastern Idaho dairymen earn a premium through a unique niche that produces pasture-based milk for cheese. More

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U.S. dairy gains more access to China

U.S. dairy companies that have been frozen out of the Chinese market while a new registration process was being developed will soon have the... More


Analysts lay out NAFTA scenarios for dairy

Renegotiation of NAFTA would likely bring more upside than downside to U.S. dairy, increased risk to Canadian dairy and an effective status quo for... More


WSDA clears one dairy in Yakima County flood

One Yakima County dairy cleared in berm breach that released manure-tainted water More


Butter price stays on roller coaster

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

Rain damages much of East Idaho’s first alfalfa cutting

Eastern Idaho hay farmers have reported significant damage to hay due to rain. More

Fluid Milk And Cream — West

In the mountain states of Colorado, Idaho and Utah there is plenty of milk for most processing needs. More

Senate presses McLerran on What’s Upstream

Dennis McLerran hearing More

Export picture brightens for U.S. dairy

Higher world prices are making U.S. dairy products more competitive with other exporting countries. More

Cheese prices slump; butter recovers

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

Dairy responds to environmental petition

Lost Valley Farm has responded to a petition for reconsideration filed by a coalition of special interest groups. More

California FMMO would have significant implications

A federal milk marketing order for California should increase prices and stabilize milk production but could bring significant changes to the industry. More

Cash butter price skyrockets

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

Federal marketing order would jeopardize quota program, Rabobank analysts say

Rabobank analysts say when California dairy producers see clearly on their milk check that the majority of them are losing money in the state’s quota program, the tide will turn on support. More

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