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Dairy Today: September 2013


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Features

  • Legacy Project: A Clear Vision
    09/10/2013
    Managing multi-partner farms becomes impossible if partners lack a common vision.
  • Unintended Consequences
    09/10/2013
    Removing flavored milk from schools had significant unintended consequences on children’s milk consumption, which could negatively impact nutrient intake.’ –Erin Quann, National Dairy Council.
  • Don’t Blame Hispanic Workers
    09/10/2013
    There is little or no evidence that dairy industry growth in southern Idaho has negatively affected felony rates.
  • Prison Break
    09/10/2013
    A South Carolina prison program helps inmates develop marketable skills by working with its dairy herd.
  • Putting People First
    09/10/2013
    PeopleFirst™ trains mid-level managers, who affect the highest number of employees. On a dairy, that can be 15 to 20 people.
  • Sustainability Equals Profitability
    09/06/2013
    Panel discusses how environmental sustainability leads to profit.

Briefs

  • EU Regs Are Pushing U.S. Cell Counts Lower
    09/10/2013
    An analysis of bulk tank somatic cell counts in four Federal Milk Marketing Orders suggests the 400,000 cell/ml European Union (EU) threshold may be having a positive impact on U.S. milk quality.

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