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Idaho farm personal income drops 18 percent in first quarter
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Idaho farm personal income drops 18 percent in first quarter
Total personal income in Idaho's farming sector declined 18 percent during the first three months of 2015, an 18 percent drop compared with the final three months of 2014.

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United Dairymen of Idaho group hires business developer
United Dairymen of Idaho group hires business developer
An Idaho dairy organization has hired a new business development manager.
U.S. milk prices face downward pressure, analyst says
U.S. milk prices face downward pressure, analyst says
U.S. markets, particularly for cheese and butter, have shielded U.S. dairymen from the severe downturn in milk prices in most other production regions. But that insulation isn't expected to hold up in the second half of the year.
Cash dairy prices mixed; global auction applies downward pressure
Cash dairy prices mixed; global auction applies downward pressure
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week's dairy news.
Retailers expand dairy antitrust litigation
Retailers are expanding antitrust litigation against dairy cooperatives.
Connecticut dairy farm goes robotic
The family decided in January to build a new barn and include the latest technology.
CDFA raises its cap on whey value
Dairy farmers in California have received recognition from the state ag department that Class 4b milk prices are out of alignment with prices for similar milk across the country. That recognition comes in a significant temporary increase to the value of...
Cash dairy prices wavering
Cash dairy prices wavering
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week's dairy news.
California Milk Advisory Board hires former Blue Diamond director
California Milk Advisory Board has hired a new vice president of business devlopment to lead its expansion strategy.