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Dairy Today: April 2013


Cover Story

  • Built for Export
    04/03/2013
    DFA’s new high-end powder plant will supply world markets by year’s end.

Espanol Version

  • Calentamiento Bovino
    04/03/2013
    Es el comienzo del verano y la vida es fácil; siempre y cuando usted no sea una vaca.
  • Residuos de medicamentos, una amenaza constante
    04/03/2013
    Los productores de leche a lo largo y ancho de los Estados Unidos han hecho un buen trabajo reduciendo la presencia de residuos de medicamentos en la leche.

Features

  • Bovine Warming
    04/03/2013
    High milk production plus even moderate temperatures (think 70°s) equal the beginning of heat stress.
  • Are We #1?
    04/03/2013
    While the U.S. milk supply ranks among the top nations, it may not be the absolute best.
  • Beef Up Bottom Lines
    04/03/2013
    Breeding your low-end cows to beef bulls now might make sense.
  • California’s Quota Quandary
    04/03/2013
    When you have a $1 billion asset, you don’t give it up easily.

Briefs

  • Vigilance Always
    04/03/2013
    “Most [drug residue] violations are caused by treated cows that had no identifying information at the time of milking to indicate that their milk was to be withheld from the bulk tank.” –Norbert Nigon, Minnesota Department of Agriculture

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