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Dairy Today: April 2012


Columnists


Features

  • Repensando las Gram Negativas
    04/27/2012
    Investigaciones de Cornell disipan el mito de la auto-curación.
  • Slow but Sure
    03/28/2012
    Brothers finalize buy-sell agreements.
  • Consistent Control
    03/28/2012
    Variation is key to cell count levels.
  • California Wheys In
    03/28/2012
    The state’s dairy producers seek changes in their milk pricing system.
  • The Countdown to 400,000
    03/28/2012
    The effective date for non-compliance of the three-month rolling average of 400,000 cells/ml is August 1.
  • MRSA Found on U.S. Dairies
    03/28/2012
    The critical control point in preventing MRSA spread is cow-to-cow and cow-to-human is hygiene.
  • Not So Fast—or Easy
    03/28/2012
    Careful adherence to milking prep protocols is critical; employees must understand why they are.
  • Years in the Making
    03/28/2012
    One in 10 people living in California’s most productive agricultural areas is at risk of exposure to harmful levels of nitrate contamination in drinking water.
  • Saving the Environment
    03/28/2012
    Holsum Dairies is one of four dairies recognized in the first-ever U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards.

Briefs


Columns

  • Dairy Talk: ‘No Big Deal’
    03/28/2012
    Getting below 400,000 SCC is one thing; staying there is quite another.
  • Tech Talk: Get Things Done
    03/28/2012
    ‘Remember The Milk’ is a powerful online “things to do” list and task management program.
  • Nutrition: Think Milk Fat
    03/28/2012
    We should shift some of our attention from total fat to the composition of fatty acids in milk.
  • Market Watch Diary: Fluid’s Last Hope
    03/28/2012
    Major changes in consumer behavior, a lack of creativity among dairy processors and marketers and an outdated pricing system have diminished beverage milk sales. Put simply: The world has changed; milk has not.
April 2012 Issue
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