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Environmental Stewardship Classes Offered in Tulare, Fresno
The California Dairy Quality Assurance Program is offering free classes on environmental stewardship. The two-part series of water quality classes (three hours each), known as the Environmental Stewardship Short Course, will be held in Tulare and taught by Dr. Deanne Meyer, a livestock waste […]
SW Nutrition and Management Conference is Feb. 20-21
One of the largest gatherings of West Coast dairy and beef nutritionists, consultants, veterinarians and researchers will be attending the 2014 Southwest Nutrition and Management Conference in Feb. 20-21 in Tempe, Arizona.
This conference provides dairy producers and managers the […]
DairyProfit Extra: Dec. 31, 2011
Happy New Year!
DairyProfit Weekly’s editor took some time off between Christmas and New Year's Day, but the dairy news didn’t stop. Click here for a review of some of the news during the last week of 2011.
DairyProfit Weekly returns next […]
DairyProfit Update: Oct. 13, 2011
Oct. 13, 2011
Casey introduces Dairy Advancement Act
U.S. Sen. Bob Casey (D-Pa.) introduced the Dairy Advancement Act (S. 1682), Oct. 12, at least the fifth bill addressing federal dairy policy reforms introduced in Congress in the past couple of weeks.
DairyProfit Update: Oct. 12, 2011
Oct. 12, 2011
USDA October reports: Another mixed bag for dairy
USDA’s World Ag Supply & Demand Estimates and Crop Production reports provided a mixed bag of news for the nation’s dairy farmers.
Based on an expanding dairy herd and increased milk per cow, […]