Fly Control Helps Cows Relax
June 17, 2013 — Our third and final segment with Tom McBeth from Central Life Sciences regarding fly control. Click on the links below for Parts 1 and 2: Part 1: http://dairyline.com/wpbackend/?p=6053 Part 2: http://dairyline.com/wpbackend/?p=6148
(6/14/13) Mike Hutjens is talking June Dairy Month!
(6/13/13) Unraveling market psychology with Jim Dunn, professor of Agricultural Economics at Penn State University.
Managing in Volatile Markets
(6/12/13) Dairyline’s Bill Baker spoke with Dan Basse of Ag Research about managing in volatile markets.
Ask the Silage Doctor
(6/11/13) When purchasing forage inoculants, is the product coming from a reputable source? Some advice from Dr. Bob Charley in today’s Ask the Silage Doctor podcast.
Shameless Processing Lobby?
(6/10/13) Rob Vandenheuvel from the Milk Producers Council in California says the different economic realities between dairy producers and processors make it very difficult to have the same approach to pricing.
(6/7/13) Using the technology of the future to evaluate rumen function. Dr. Mike Hutjens explains in this Feed Facts podcast.
Tight Cotton Supplies
June 6, 2013 — Tom Wedegaertner of Cotton Inc. gives us an update on the current tight cotton supplies.
Midwest Dairy Assn Celebrates June Dairy Month
June 6, 2013 — During June Dairy Month, the Midwest Dairy Association is helping the fight against domestic hunger and also promoting a contest on Pinterest. Samantha Carter from the Midwest Dairy Association joined us on Thursday’s DairyLine to discuss.
Your Bottom Line
(6/5/13) Dr. Trevor Devries from the University of Guelph says the way cows eat their feed determines the usage of that feed.