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Washington formally proposes new dairy rules

The Washington Department of Ecology's long-awaited proposal to keep manure from polluting water represents a major change in how dairies are regulated. More

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Filer youth chosen as Fuel Up to Play 60 ambassador

Passion for a healthy lifestyle earns Filer student role as Idaho ambassador for Fuel Up To Play 60. More

 

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Chef goes from kitchen to farm

The farm now has a stand-alone, cheese-making facility with a stainless-steel refrigeration tank, a large vat in a cheese-making room, milking stands for 23 goats and a cheese cave next to pens that house 50 goats. More

Butter, rising star in the ‘Milky Way’

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

Dairy farmers say safety net on milk prices is not helping

Farmers say the margin protection program is not based on Northeast farmers’ feed costs but on the national average feed cost, which is less. More

Dairy cooperative accuses Sorrento of contract breach

Sorrento, a major cheese producer, is accused of breaching a contract to buy organic milk from a dairy cooperative. More

Livestock producers weigh in on Trump, Clinton

Livestock producers are tallying the pros and kinds of presidential candidates, saying it's stacking up to be a close race. More

‘Largest bear market rally’ in years

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

Washington dairies buoyed by ecology’s stance on CAFO permit

Washington Department of Ecology will propose to issue dairies state-enforced permits, upsetting environmentalists who want to retain the option of filing federal lawsuits over groundwater pollution. More

Hundreds attend community dairy tour in Idaho

Hundreds of people learned the basics of dairy farming June 10 during a community dairy tour on the Jackson Family Farm in Meridian, Idaho. More

Environmental assessment released for proposed Kauai dairy

The 557-acre dairy is expected to produce roughly 1.5 million gallons of fresh milk annually and create 11 full-time jobs and 36 construction jobs. More

Meadow Gold recalls cream products

The recall involves approximately 10,000 units distributed in Idaho, Oregon, Wyoming and Utah. More

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