Dairyline Podcasts

CME Prices End The Week Higher

CME spot dairy prices ended the week higher Friday. FC Stone dairy broker Dave Kurzawski joined us to discuss.


Empire Farm Days Fast Approaching

Empire Farm Days is Aug. 9-11, 2016 just outside Seneca Falls, New York. Program manager Melanie Wickham joined us on today's DairyLine with a preview.



Monitoring Subclinical Ketosis

Monitoring subclinical ketosis at the farm level is our topic this week with Dr. Mike Hutjens.


Senate Passes Tax Credit Legislation For Biogas and Nutrient Recovery Investments

New legislatiion introduced in the U.S. Senate would modify the tax code to make a 30% tax credit available to dairy farmers and other livestock producers for biogas systems and nutrient recovery technologies. National Milk's Chris Galen joined us to discuss on Thursday's DairyLine.


Peak Milk Economics

Martha Baker, dairy nutrition specialist with Purina Animal Nutrition joined us on today's DairyLine to discuss peak milk economics.


PA Transparency Hearing Set For Ag Progress Days

Mike Eby, Chairman of the National Dairy Producers Organization joined us on DairyLine to update us on NDPO and a special hearing scheduled in Pennsylvania during Ag Progress Days.


Prices Reflecting Plenty of Hay in Some Parts of U.S.

Dr. Mike Hutjens checked in with the latest hay prices across the U.S.


Congress Passes GMO Labeling BIll

The House Thursday followed previous Senate action and passed a nationwide, mandatory genetically modified food labeling bill, which now awaits Presidential signature into law.


Technology on the Farm

Part 1 of a 2 part segmment discussing technology on the dairy farm with Dr, Jeffrey Bewley, dairy extension specialist at the University of Kentucky.


GMO Labeling Bill Passes With Tech Update

Information on genetically modified food and ingredients available by smart codes and smart phones is part of a national labeling bill approved by the Senate Thursday.


Evaluating Your Legume and Grass Forages

Dr. Mike Hutjens joined us to discuss quality indexes on your farm.


We Are An Expensive Place to Buy Dairy Products

Penn State Dairy economist James Dunn joined us on today's DairyLine to discuss "Brexit" and how it affect U.S. dairy producers.


National GMO Labeling Bill Moves Forward

The National Milk Producers Federation thanked Senate members for approving a cloture motion Wednesday that will set up a final vote on legislation that would create a federal, uniform labeling system for foods produced using biotechnology. The final vote is expe


Senate Looks At GMO Labeling Legislation

Vermont imposed new labeling requirements for GMO food July 1st. Several other states are considering adopting their own labeling requirements. Dave Carlin, IDFA Senior Vice President for Legislative Affairs and Economic Policy joined us on today's DairyLine


Herbicide Spraying of Corn

Today's "Feed Facts" segment looks at herbicide spraying of corn. Dr. Mike Hutjens elaborates.


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Dairyline Contributors

Feed Facts

Mike Hutjens, Univ. of Illinois

National Milk Report

Chris Galen, NMPF

Market Analysis

Dave Kurzawski, FC Stone

Processors' Perspective
Peggy Armstrong, IDFA
Dairy Export Update
Alan Levitt, USDEC
Strategy & Discipline
Scott Stewart, Stewart-Peterson, Inc.
Your Bottom Line
Shelly Mayer, PDPW
Market Analysis
Bill Brooks, FC Stone
We Care For Calves

Tom Earleywine

Dairy Outlook

James Dunn, Penn St.

Silage Solutions

Keith Bolsen, SiloStop