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Dairy research facility efforts make headway

The research will address exactly the issues of concern to residents, accelerating research on sustainability already being done by the University of Idaho. More

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Organic Valley butter plant opens in W. Oregon

The Organic Valley co-op has opened its first facility outside Wisconsin. More

 

Idaho dairy industry elevates worker safety, training

Idaho’s dairy industry is taking a unique and proactive approach to improving worker safety with a statewide on-farm training program. More

 

Biotech company studies GMO clover

Genetically engineered white clover is being field tested by a biotech developer to study improving forage digestibility in livestock. More

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Fluid milk and cream review — West

Bottled milk demand is strong due to schools being back in session in most parts of California. More

Biodynamic: A different kind of farming

Unique niche agriculture involves unusual practices, but producers stand by their results. More

Caving in to unfounded opinions threatens tech advances, expert says

Agriculture needs to stand united in defending safe technologies and alter the discussion to focus on the problems the technology is trying to fix. More

BYU students take home $10,000 in new dairy product competition

The new product competition is in its 10th year and is meant to introduce food scientist students to the opportunities in Idaho’s dairy industry. More

Dairy prices still riding roller coaster

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

Washington Ecology defends CAFO permit’s price tag

Washington Department of Ecology files motion to dismiss some of the claims against its new CAFO permit More

Dairy prices riding a roller coaster

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

Dean Foods misses Street 2Q forecasts

Dean Foods posts 2Q profit, results miss Wall Street estimates More

Hay prices respond to good domestic, foreign demand

Hay prices are a regional phenomenon, but growers say prices this year in general are $20 to $30 a ton higher than last year. More

Potential increase in ICE presence raises concerns in Idaho

The prospect of ICE leasing space at a county jail in the heart of Idaho dairy country is creating fear among Hispanic workers and worry among dairymen and processors. More

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