Today's Show


Judge Blocks WOTUS

The U.S. District Court in North Dakota granted a preliminary injunction against the Waters of the United States rule for 13 states Thursday. Comments from Dale Moore, head of the American Farm Bureau.

CME Hits The Skids

It was a rocky week on Wall Street, and also at the CME. High Ground Dairy analyst Eric Meyer gave us an update on Friday's DairyLine.

Tips on Corn Silage Inoculants

Dr. Mike Hutjens discusses corn silage inoculants in this week's Feed Facts radio segment heard on DairyLine.

Strong Dairy Product Consumption is Helping

While plummeting milk prices in many major milk-producing countries are causing severe financial stress for their farmers, the milk price outlook in this country is generally more positive. National Milk's Chris Galen recaps the latest Dairy Market Report provided by NMPF/DMI. Read

Silage Man: Timely Sealing is Key

The "Silage Man" Keith Bolsen joined us again on DairyLine to stress the importance of timely sealing of silage bunkers and piles.

World Dairy Expo Celebrates 50 Years of Memories

World Dairy Expo will celebrate its 50th anniversary next year, and to celebrate this milestone, journalists have collaborated to create a historical book reminiscing on 50 years of Expo memories. Kristen Olsen tells us more on today's DairyLine:

NDPO: Loss of Dairies Due To Decades of Mismanagement

Mike Eby, a Pennsylvania dairy producer and chairman of the National Dairy Producers Organization joined us on DairyLine to discuss the DFA lawsuit settlement; and how the co-op can better serve the interests of dairy farm families.

Dairy Markets Rally

The dairy markets have seen a turnaround lately. Is it a change in sentiment or a correction? FC Stone's Dave Kurzawski joined us on Friday's DairyLine to discuss.