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State gives What’s Upstream until Dec. 1 to answer new allegation

The lead organizer of What's Upstream has until Dec. 1 to respond to complaints that the campaign broke Washington's disclosure law. More

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Farm commodity price drop impacts Idaho GDP

Agriculture's contribution to Idaho's gross domestic product has fallen significantly during the last year. More


College students helping Idaho cheese plant expand offerings

Engineering students at Brigham Young University-Idaho in Rexburg are helping the Nelson-Ricks Creamery in Sugar City, Idaho, renovate equipment to... More



Report: Wisconsin loses almost 400 dairy farms in last year

The number of lost farms this year is low compared to previous years, when annual losses reached as high as 1,000. More

Ag groups criticize Dannon’s sustainability pledge

Farm groups send letter of disapproval to Dannon chief over the company's pledge to have its dairy farmers move to GMO-free feed. More

EU grab of common cheese names worries U.S. dairy industry

The EU's attempt to extend geographic protections to common cheese names, such as parmesan and feta, is a threat that cannot be allowed in trade neogtiations between the EU and the U.S., according to U.S. dairy industry officials. More

Fall dairy product prices going up?

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

Officials want to hear from N.H. dairy farmers

Lorraine Merrill, state agricultural commissioner, said federal and state officials want to hear from farmers and identify ideas for the next federal farm bill. More

Dairies face low prices, more competition

For small farms like Sugar Hill, a first-generation dairy, staying in business means difficult choices. More

Former exec gets probation, $5K fine over counterfeit cheese

Prosecutors contend customers were being cheated by paying for more expensive Italian cheese while getting cheaper varieties. More

USDA cheese purchase a disappointment

USDA purchase of surplus cheese leaves $13 million on the table. More

Cheese, butter rally, then drop

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

Nebraska dairies experience decreased demand

Dairy Farmers of America, the main cooperative force in Southeast Nebraska, confirmed it doesn’t need any more milk from the state. More

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