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Dairy Today: June/July 2012

Cover Story

  • Production Overload
    To curb the flood of milk that has filled many plants to capacity, several Western dairy processors implemented supply control programs.

Web Extra

  • Academy Lessons
    At the Litchfield academy, Lloyd Metzger, a dairy food scientist at South Dakota State, explains what’s required to produce and sell high quality milk.
  • The Mexico Market
    David Freedheim, sales consultant with the California Milk Advisory Board, reports on the booming dairy market in Mexico.


  • When FMD Strikes
    Maintaining business continuity for farmers, haulers and processors is crucial in the event of a Foot and Mouth Disease outbreak.
  • Robotic TMR
    Lely introduces a robotic TMR mixer/feeder/pusher all-in-one, hands-free robotic machine.
  • Markets on the Move
    There’s plenty of upside potential for U.S. dairy products overseas.
  • MilkPEP's Big Bet
    ‘The Breakfast Project’ refocuses fluid milk promotion.
  • Road Trip for Retailers
    The Dairy Academy gives retailers the opportunity to see, touch and yes, even smell with these in-person visits to farms and processors.
  • Cellulosic Ethanol Ramps Up
    Commercial-scale plants are being built in the Midwest.
  • Alfalfa Exports Surge
    Alfalfa export volumes surged 14% last year. But rising cow numbers and reduced alfalfa acres also played a role in rising hay prices.


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