You may have noticed AgWeb's dairy coverage looks a little different. In an effort to give you the most valuable information for your business, we're changing how we organize our dairy coverage.
For the dependable production and herd-health information you've come to trust, go to
Dairy Herd Management.
For business and management information designed for large dairies, visit
Farm Journal's MILK.
And for the latest in the dairy vet industry, please visit Bovine Veterinarian.
Make sure the forage your contractor puts up meets herd production needs
A load of Skittles spilled on a rural highway in Wisconsin and it had people wondering where they were headed. The answer: to feed cattle.
Urea nitrogen levels in milk can be used to monitor optimal protein levels in lactation cow diets, say Michael Wattiaux and Sanjeewa Ranathunga, both dairy scientists with the University of Wisconsin.
Feed costs tend to be the largest expense on a dairy operation and managing those costs contributes to a dairy’s ability to be profitable.
The frequency of feed delivery influences a dairy cow’s eating behavior.
Rethink every detail for big payoff.
Developing a plan now alerts you to where feed inventories might fall short.