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Record rains soak Idaho hay

Hay has sustained damage throughout Magic Valley and Eastern Idaho following a week of continuous moisture. More

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Simpson says ag faces challenges on Capitol Hill

Rep. Mike Simpson tells Idaho's dairy industry the biggest challenge facing Congress at present is passing appropriations bills to fund government. More


Idaho ag exports up 16 percent during first half

The value of Idaho dairy products sold abroad rose 52 percent to $213 million during the first half of 2014 and led a 16 percent increase in the... More


California growers converting rice straw to cattle feed

Growers and University of California researchers have been working at converting rice straw left over from harvest into feed for livestock, which... More


Stray voltage lawsuit heard in Wisconsin

The couple is asking for damages for lost milk production, the fair market value of their herd, injury to their dairy animals, excessive veterinary expenses and the loss of their farm. More

Decision on Calif. milk pricing to come swiftly

California's pricing of milk to manufacture cheese, which has given California dairymen severe heartburn and caused industry infighting for four years, could be on the the verge of a landmark decision by California's Ag Secretary Karen Ross.  More

Dairies sue EPA to keep records private

Dairies in Washington are suing the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to prevent public disclosure of their confidential data. More

Cheese still above $2; butter comes back to life

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

CDFA floats change in California milk pricing

In a surprise move, California's Ag Secretary Karen Ross distributed draft legislation to the dairy industry last week that would bring the state's Class 4b milk prices in line with those with Class III in federal orders. The proposal would bring California's milk used for cheese manufacturing... More

Illinois State Fair to unveil butter cow sculpture

The 500-pound bovine is made of unsalted butter. Built from scratch each year, the cow has been an unofficial mascot of the fair since the 1920s. More

Appeals court rules against raw milk producers

The 4th District Court of Appeals sided with the state Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection in the consolidated cases brought by dairy farms in Walworth and Calumet counties. More

Calif. benchmark down 38 cents, $2.91 below federal order

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

Dairy margin seminar set for Las Vegas

A dairy margin management workshop by CIH is set for Aug. 20 and 21 in Las Vegas. More

EU restriction on cheese threatens trade pacts

While U.S. dairy sales and market access have improved in South Korea since a free trade agreement was implemented two years ago, certain U.S. cheeses are still restricted due to a subsequent trade agreement between South Korea and the EU. More

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