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Economist: Dairy prices headed for 25-35 percent correction in 2015

A dairy economist told Idaho milk producers to brace for lower prices next year and she said that prices for class III milk, which is used to produce cheese, could fall to about $15.50 per hundredweight in May before starting to rebound. More

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Alan Andersen inducted into Idaho Dairy Hall of Fame

Long-time dairy operator Alan Andersen was inducted into the Idaho Dairy Hall of Fame Nov. 13 during the United Dairymen of Idaho's annual meeting. A... More



H-2A continues rapid growth in Washington

Use of H-2A visa foreign guestworkers continues to leap upward in Washington state, mainly driven by the state's tree fruit industry. More

The Chicago ‘Bears’ push down cheese prices

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

Idaho dairy receives milk quality award

An Idaho dairy farmer who scored perfect scores on various milk quality tests was awarded the United Dairymen of Idaho's annual milk quality award. The University of Idaho extension specialist who oversees that program received the UDI's friend of the industry award. More

Wash. animal disease traceability system on track

The Washington State Department of Agriculture is on track to implement a modernized animal traceability system by July 2015. The department is proposing several new rules, including the elimination of a 15-animal dairy exemption and a fee to help support the system. More

Farm milk prices heading downward

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

Judge dismisses consumer lawsuit against dairy cooperative

A consumer lawsuit against Darigold has been dismissed. The company believes the case was used to draw publicity to a farm worker unionization effort. More

Cash dairy markets regain ground

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

Dairy industry major driver in Idaho’s economy

A new economic study on Idaho's dairy industry shows its large contributions to employment and economic activity in the state. In 2012, the industry generated 23,000 jobs and contributed more than $2.2 billion to the state's gross domestic product. More

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