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General Manager Scott Bentley and Board President Al Deming look forward to the future of World Dairy Expo. They will continue to invest in commercial exhibitors, but the core of the brand will remain the suspense and competition, Bentley says.
World Dairy Expo celebrates its golden anniversary, Oct. 4-8, and would be honored by your presence as we Celebrate 50 years of history.
Here is a look back in time at the rise of World Dairy Expo during the past 50 years.
Dairy cattle have undergone major conformation changes in the 50 years since Expo launched.
Low milk prices and higher costs lead to record-high debt per cow in New Zealand.
Recent cooler temperatures and gray skies in Amarillo, Texas are predicted to remain through the rest of the week, and most likely into the weekend, with a light breeze and at least a 40 to 60 percent chance of rain each day.
The Lanham family has working in the dairy industry at the same plant since 1944.
Stalk rot is common in the Midwest and can be found in virtually every field, but what kind of stalk rot is knocking down your corn--and yields? Answer these five questions to find out.
Popularity of plant-based beverages challenges cows’ milk.
Farmworkers in the nation's largest agricultural state will be entitled to the same overtime pay as most other hourly workers under a new law.
USDA raised its soybean yield estimate to a whopping 50.6 bushels per acre and lowered its corn yield estimate to 174.4 bushels per acre in Monday's World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates report.
See all of the report data, coverage and analysis of USDA's Sept. 12 World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) and Crop Production reports.
The nation's largest organic dairy cooperative announced it is buying Oregon's Farmers Creamery Cooperative.
Antibiotic treatments should be done by managers, not frontline milkers who are concentrating on milking protocols.
The key to selective dry cow therapy is to identify cows and quarters that are infected at dryoff and treat them effectively.
Mike Knapp of SkillSmart encourages ag employers—farmers, ranchers, ag retailers—to think longer term about each new hire and how they might contribute to the future of your operation and even the industry overall.
Grain-price declines aren’t enough to make up for other gains.
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.