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October 4, 2009 07:00 PM
 

Exclusive Dairy Today Special Coverage

Videos from World Dairy Expo
The Dairy Today team talked with a number of industry influencers during World Dairy Expo this week.

Dairy Today's Cover Girls
Vogue has its distinctive cover girl look. As does Harper' Bazaar—and Dairy Today, which has been featuring its own cows-with-runway-attitude on its covers for the past two years. Check out the video of the latest cover shoot.

World Dairy Expo Slideshow
Check out some of the sites from 2009 World Dairy Expo at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wis.

 

Blogs from Expo

Dairy Today Expo Extra
By Catherine Merlo
 

Signs That Dairy is Headed Up

New Animal Well-Being Program: A Chance to Prove How Good You Are

Supply Management Plan is Needed Now, Say Holstein Association Officials

DFA's Rick Smith Responds to Critics

On Display at Expo: Pain Amid the Optimism

Dairy Talk from Expo
By Jim Dickrell

Control What You Can

U.S. Dairy's Future Starts Now

Dairy Exports Start Slow Rebound

Better Dairy Days Ahead

NMPF's Dairy Policy Changes

California Short of Milk
There's news that some California processors are actually looking for milk to fill their orders.

Plan for a Crisis Before it Happens
Planning for a crisis before one happens will help you, your employees and your dairy cope.

Make Manure Pay
Cows make manure. There's no changing that, but better management might allow you to reduce the amount of manure made and its composition.

National Milk Still Months Away From Milk Pricing System Changes
Many things "are on the table” as National Milk Producers Federation looks closely at ways to change the nation's milk pricing system.

Farm Energy Audits Could You Save Thousands
Having a third party conduct an energy usage audit of your dairy could save you anywhere from a few hundred dollars per month to several thousand, depending on what the auditor finds and the size of your dairy.

RFID: Is It Right for Your Operation
The technology continues to improve, but are radio frequency identification devices right for your operation?

Keeping Milk in School
By law, USDA's dietary guidelines must be reviewed every five years. At stake are how the nation eats, and how many dairy products are offered in public schools.

Tighten Up the 'Rookie Window'
Every employee you hire suffers through the "rookie window,” the time between his or her first day on your dairy until he or she starts to productively contribute to your dairy.

Social Media Offer Producers Opportunity to Promote Dairy
Whether it's Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or your own blog, today's social media offer many opportunities to promote the dairy industry.

Intervet Discusses Onset ‘Stop Sale'
Intervet placed a "stop sale” order for its Onset IN vaccine earlier this year after releasing the new vaccine early in 2009.

World's Forage Analysis Superbowl Winners
More than 320 entries from 25 states competed for top honors and over $17,000 in cash prizes at the 26th annual World's Forage Analysis Superbowl at World Dairy Expo.

 Johne's Cows Are the Biggest Losers
In a Minnesota study involving two dairies and 1,048 cows, Johne's positive cows failed on virtually all measures.

BST Safety Reaffirmed
A densely-worded, 11-page assessment reaffirms the safety of BST use in dairy cows.
 


 

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