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Court upholds $1.5 million judgment in Oregon dairy lawsuit

The Oregon Court of Appeals has upheld a ruling that awarded a Tillamook dairy $1.5 million in damages and attorney fees. More

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Washington dairy industry touts safety training

Washington dairy safety training coming More

 

Chobani hires Nestle executive as president

Tim Brown will oversee Chobani’s operations, sales, marketing, legal and finance teams. More

 

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Plans for Kauai dairy put on hold for environmental review

Hawaii Dairy Farms is looking to develop the site with at least 700 cows and institute a rotational-grazing system that would use all the manure as natural fertilizer to grow grass. More

CME dairy prices continue to slip

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

Appeals court rules skim milk can be called ‘skim milk’

The state of Florida had said that if the creamery wanted to sell the product without vitamin A added, it should label it as “imitation” skim milk. More

WA lawmakers asked to fund manure-into-water technology

Washington engineer says he has the solution to dairy's manure problem More

Cheddar prices down fifth straight week

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

Source of contamination in wells still unknown

The area health district is retesting contaminated wells in Lincoln and Gooding counties to assess the status of well-water contamination and suspected groundwater contamination. More

Dairy air debate centers on nearly decade-old report

Debate over a proposed bill that requires Oregon to adopt dairy air emission rules recently centered on a 2008 task force report. More

Lawmakers consider limiting biodigester tax credits

Tax credits for biodigester would be limited under a proposed bill in Oregon. More

Dairy prices remain precarious

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

Nation’s best cheesemakers compete in Wisconsin

Entries for the national competition are up 22 percent, to a record 2,303, as cheesemakers recognize the marketing value of winning big competitions. More

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