Auburn University professor on herd immunity and COVID-19: What you need to know

Source: blog by Dr. Joseph Giambrone, professor emeritus in Auburn University's Department of Poultry Science Herd immunity occurs when a large portion of a community...

P and K Fertility in Forage-Dominated Rotations: Are You Keeping Up? By Adam Parker,...

P and K Fertility in Forage-Dominated Rotations: Are You Keeping Up? Corn silage is an essential part of many livestock operations as a primary feed...

Dairy’s Sustainability Story Can Give Gen Z Consumers What They Seek by: Marilyn Hershey...

I had a great honor recently when I was asked to be a guest speaker for a class taught at the University of Notre...

Are You Ready for Spring? By Adam Parker, Maizex Territory Manager

With the beautiful spring weather that we have been receiving in March, it is hard not to think about spring planting. It safe to...

UN Food Systems Summit: Game changing solutions for dairy By Dr Judith Bryans,...

The United Nations Food Systems Summit, which is being convened this September by UN Secretary-General António Guterres, marks a clear point in time when...

‘Dairy Transformation’ Work Keeps Our Eye On The Future by: Marilyn Hershey, DMI Chair

I totally understand living in the moment as a farmer. We have cows, land, people and our businesses to manage. And then there’s the...

Krista Stauffer Dairy Farmer Commentary, Before You Bring the Calf Home

I know that post with the super adorable calf is so very tempting. I know that you have dreamed of having a family milk cow. I...

14 Management and nutritional tips to ensure optimal calf growth, By Marine Gauthier Lallemand...

By Marine Gauthier, Andrew Skidmore, DVM, Ph.D., and Bruno Martin, Lallemand Animal Nutrition. Pre-calving Work with your farm advisers to ensure that the transition cow...

Is Your Silage Ready? By Renato J. Schmidt, Ph.D., Forage Products Specialist, Lallemand Animal...

When is silage ready to be opened? Often, it comes down to when producers need feed — not necessarily when the silage is at...

Krista Stauffer Dairy Farmer Commentary, A Veterinarian’s Role on Our Farm

As I drove to our veterinarians house through the mountains recently, I started thinking back on the past seven plus years of working together...
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