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  • Schmahl: Futures Contracts for 2015 Show Less Optimism
    09/15/2014
    Outside factors are becoming more negative to sustained high milk prices.
  • World Dairy Expo Youth Contests Entries Due Soon
    09/15/2014
    Dairy cattle showmanship and fitting contests are great education opportunities--plus they're fun.
  • September Signals Start of New Zealand’s Peak Milk Flows
    09/15/2014
    Fonterra says its tankers will collect milk from a farm every nine seconds.
  • Worker Electrocuted at NY Yogurt Plant
    09/15/2014
    A worker has been electrocuted at an upstate New York yogurt plant.
  • Southeast Iowa Cheese Factory Closes Doors
    09/15/2014
    Twin County Dairy in southeast Iowa has closed its doors, according to a news release issued by the company.
  • Dairy that had Filed for Bankruptcy Rebounding
    09/15/2014
    A northeast Kansas dairy that filed for bankruptcy protection in 2012 is rebounding, with nearly 100 cows currently churning out milk at the farm near Tecumseh.
  • July’s Dairy Export Pace Slows to Lowest in Six Months
    09/15/2014
    While the slowdown reflects pricing disadvantages for U.S. suppliers and more competition from Oceania and the EU, two products did show growth.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap 9-12-14
    09/12/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy says at mid-week futures prices took a 'nose dive' in both 2014 and 2015 prices. The USDA left 2015 production unchanged. Exports were down from last year. As our strong prices remain export demand is slowing. The markets are well supported but prices are high.
  • Innovation for Food and Farming
    09/10/2014
    Jim Blome, CEO and President of the North American Division of Bayer Crop Science talks with Farm Journal's Pam Fretwell about innovation, and the importance of educating the consumer public about modern agriculture and technology.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap 9-5-14
    09/05/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy says butter made a new record high this week. The Global Dariy Trade Auction show prices lower by 6%. The Dairy Products report showed strong production. Federal prices for August showed a record price for Class II and for Class IV milk. Demand is good and so are prices.
  • Iowa Crop Update-Variable and Some Disease
    09/04/2014
    JIm McDermott an agronomist with Asgrow and Dekalb set down with Pam Fretwell talking about the crops in Iowa and what he sees as the status of this years corn crop.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap 8-29-14
    08/29/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy says the cheese market is moving higher. Butter dropped a little. Dairy profitability is increasing. The "Dairy Risk Management Program" sign-up starts September 2. Prices may feel pressure next week.
  • Winfield Answer Plots & R7 Tool Helping Farmers
    08/28/2014
    Jim Eggsrich sits down with Pam Fretwell talking about this years crops in Iowa and how Winfield is wanting to help farmers determine which hybrids are best on their farm.
  • Pro Farmer Tour a Success
    08/26/2014
    Chuck Roth VP of Pro Farmer and Mark Bernard a crop consultant on the tour this year sit down with FJ Pam Fretwell and talk about the tour this year.

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September Signals Start of New Zealand’s Peak Milk Flows

Fonterra says its tankers will collect milk from a farm every nine seconds.

 

 
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