LATEST NEWS FROM Vermont

19:45PM May 09, 2019

Meatpacker Sues Producers, Alleges Conspiracy

Greg Henderson
Editorial Director
A meat packer alleges a producer bribed a plant worker to falsify carcass weights in a conspiracy that resulted in an over-payment of more than $222,000.
15:54PM Apr 05, 2019

Struggling Dairy Farmers Push for Control of Milk Supply

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
Some dairy farmers advocated Tuesday for controlling the supply of milk to increase prices as producers and officials discussed how to support the struggling industry at a two-day summit in
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10:54AM Apr 05, 2019

Struggling Dairy Farmers Push for Control of Milk Supply

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
Some dairy farmers advocated Tuesday for controlling the supply of milk to increase prices as producers and officials discussed how to support the struggling industry at a two-day summit in
14:41PM Feb 08, 2019

Vermont Creamery to Expand Barre Facility

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
Vermont Creamery officials say the company is planning to expand its facility in the town of Barre.
08:00AM Feb 05, 2019

Experts Predict Another Challenging Year for Dairy Farmers

Associated Press
AgWeb Contributor
The country’s dairy farmers are in for another challenging year with milk farm prices only expected to improve slightly, following four straight years of low prices, experts said Thursday.
19:11PM Oct 19, 2018

Select Sires Reveals Cooperative Merger Creating Premier Select Sires

Taylor Leach
AgWeb Contributor
Combining forces, the Select Sire Power, Inc. and Southeast Select Sires, Inc. will officially become one and renamed Premier Select Sires, Inc. effective Jan. 1, 2019.
16:34PM Oct 03, 2018

Dairy Farmers Across U.S. Pleased with U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement

Wyatt Bechtel
Associate Editor
Dairy farmers and trade groups in Iowa, Michigan, New York, Vermont and Wisconsin support the latest trade deal negotiations with Canada and Mexico.