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PDPF Accepting Grant Applications

The Professional Dairy Producers Foundation is acception grant applications from dairy groups and organizations who want to support educational activities that help the dairy community develop its people and maintain the public trust in what we do. PDPF's Executive Director Deb Reinhart tells

DairyCare 365 Continues to Grow

Merck Animal Health's Dairy Care365TM Training Series was developed to train and assist in providing the best possible care for dairy animals 365 days a year. Merck's Rick Jackson gave DairyLine listeners an update after launching the program one year ago at World Dairy Expo.

Butter's Wild Roller Coaster Ride

The CME spot butter price ended last week down 20 cents Friday to $2.50 per pound. This, after sky rocketing past last year's record price earlier in the week. Stewart-Peterson, Inc. analyst Bob Devenport joined us on today's DairyLine to discuss.

It's All About Cow Comfort

Cow comfort is the theme the world has adopted, but the U.S. is slow to coming around to it, according to Kevin Dole of Future Cow. He explains on today's DairyLine.

An Economic Model Doesn't Think

Concerns that a Federal Order in the nation's #1 milk producing state could hurt other dairy producers across the country. Rob Vandenheuvel, general manager of the Milk Producers Council discussed the topic on today's DairyLine.

What's New at ADSA?

Mike Hutjens gives us an update on the latest with the American Dairy Science Assn.

A Couple of Deadlines Coming Up

This week National Milk's Chris Galen reminds us of a couple of deadlines coming up. One is enrollment for the Margin Protection Program. The other is NMPF's joint annual meeting in Orlando.

Dealing With Constant Price Uncertainties

How do you deal with constant price uncertainties? We posed that question to Patrick Patton of Stewart-Peterson, Inc. as we head to the Corner of Strategy and Discipline.