It's expected to be a good year for dairy producers, enjoying high milk prices and lower feed costs. Strong exports are expected to continue, and milk prices are expected to stay high. Dairymen in the West, however, will be challenged by alfalfa prices...
Columnist Lee Mielke reviews the week's dairy news.
Chobani is expanding its Greek yogurt plant in Twin Falls, Idaho, to add new packaging and filling areas. The 27,568 square-foot expansion carries a price tag of $3.544 million The city issued a permit Feb. 13, and construction is under way.
World grain supplies are rebuilding and moderating prices, but there are some wild cards in the mix,
Hay prices in most of the country are expected to decline in 2014 due to widespread drought recovery. But prices for hay, particularly alfalfa, in the West are expected to remain strong and higher than the national average due to drought and strong...
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week's dairy industry news.
More labor lawsuits name individual employers as defendants, in addition to their companies, a labor attorney recently warned Oregon dairy farmers.
Columnist Lee Mielke rounds up the week's dairy news.
A prohibition against advertising of raw milk will no longer be enforced in Oregon due to a legal settlement.
A stormwater system failure at a dairy farm about 30 miles southwest of Grand Rapids, Mich., led to the leak into the county drain system.
Milk demand is up and, with prices dropping for the corn they feed their cows, dairy farmers should see healthy profits through this year.