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Idaho dairymen trying to mitigate flooding

Unprecedented flooding in Southern Idaho raises concerns over regulatory compliance. State veterinarian says run-on and runoff of water in the... More

 

Hard winter tests Western Washington dairies

Northwest Washington dairy farmers redisover hardships of a tough winter More

 

Severe flooding hits Southern Idaho hard

Widespread flooding is damaging crops and fields and stressing livestock. More

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Dakota dairy producers hope to save industry

To stay relevant, North and South Dakota will have to go into niche production, such as specialty cheese, whey or a different kind of fluid milk, said Jerry Messe of the North Dakota and Midwest Dairy Coalition. More

Dairy prices still under pressure

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

U.S. dairy industry rallies against Canadian dairy scheme

Dairy organization and state departments of agriculture are urging President Trump to discuss a change in Canada’s milk pricing policy with Prime Minister Trudeau. More

Amish Classic Colby cheese recalled in Tennessee

The Agriculture Department discovered listeria monocytogenes in a sample of the cheese from a store in Trenton, Tennessee. More

Toppenish dairy recalls raw milk due to E. coli

Agriculture department communications director Hector Castro says the state inspection was prompted after two salmonella illnesses were reported to the state. More

Cheese traders create whiplash

Cheddar block jumped a dime last Thursday, climbing to $1.85 per pound, only to give back 11 cents Friday. More

Bill would clarify solid waste disposal rules for ag

U.S. House members have proposed legislation to clarify manure management rules under the Resources Conservation and Recovery Act. More

Dairy prices continue to weaken

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

Farmworker goes from illegal immigrant to legal dairy foreman

Dairy foreman who crossed the U.S. border illegally and later gained legal residency advises other immigrants to take advantage of the opportunity this nation offers them. More

Harsh winter challenges Idaho dairies

Snow, ice and extremely cold temperatures are taking a toll on dairy cows and newborn calves, with losses significantly higher than normal this time of year. More

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