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Three dairywomen share farm transition experiences

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Friday, 21 November 2014 11:53

2014 Women in Dairy Conference Panel

Read excerpts from a panel discussion presented at the 2014 Women in Dairy Conference, held Nov. 5 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. The panel featured Andrea Stoltzfus, Berlin, Pennsylvania; Betty Forgy, McVeytown, Pennsylvania; and Candice (Dotterer) White, Mill Hall, Pennsylvania. The discussion was moderated by Jeff Harding of Elanco.

 

Plans halted for North American automatic rotary parlor installation

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Written by Progressive Dairyman Editor Karen Lee   
Thursday, 20 November 2014 09:36

Earlier this year, Progressive Dairyman announced GEA Farm Technologies planned to install the first-ever automatic rotary parlor in North America. The 72-stall rotary parlor was to be built at Mlsna East Town Dairy in Cashton, Wisconsin, and would have been the largest robotic milking system in place worldwide.

 

Yogurt becomes New York's official snack, farms continue toward increased milk production

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Wednesday, 19 November 2014 10:27

Recently yogurt was declared New York’s official snack. "This designation is a fitting recognition of the importance of this state's yogurt industry, which has experienced tremendous growth over the past few years,” said Governor Andrew Cuomo, according to a Poughkeepsie Journal article by Jon Campbell.

 

Nina Teicholz rewrites the history of dietary fats

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Thursday, 13 November 2014 09:19

111314 the big fat surprise

Nina Teicholz is an independent journalist who has written for Gourmet magazine, The New Yorker, The Economist, The New York Times and The Washington Post on a variety of topics. Her book, The Big Fat Surprise, was published May 13, 2014, and revisits the decades-old idea that saturated fats are bad for your health.

 

Technologies showcased on 2014 Innovation Dairy Tour

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Wednesday, 12 November 2014 17:09

Tour discussion

GEA Farm Technologies recently hosted a 2014 Innovation Dairy Tour. Dairy producers throughout the U.S. and from seven different countries attended this two-day event to see technologies in action on six progressive Wisconsin dairies, including an automatic teat dipping system, a robotic milking system and several other new industry innovations.

 

Agropur announces $55 million expansion in Weyauwega, Wis.

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Wednesday, 12 November 2014 16:24

Agropur Inc., a North American processer of dairy products, is investing more than $55 million in its Weyauwega, Wisconsin, facility to increase its Feta cheese production capacity.

 

AADF seeks youth to recruit ‘contributor-members’

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Wednesday, 12 November 2014 12:11

Whether they go on to their own dairy farms or to manage large herds for others – or to work as consultants, nutritionists, veterinarians and other allied industry careers – the ribbons and awards of those youthful days in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, each September are not what stick with the youth who found educational opportunities at the annual All-American Dairy Show over the past 51 years.

 

Merck Animal Health launches program to improve cattle well-being

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Wednesday, 12 November 2014 11:01

Merck Animal Health (known as MSD Animal Health outside the U.S. and Canada) today announced the launch of Creating Connections, a new program designed to help producers better understand cattle behavior and use that knowledge to employ strategies that can reduce stress, improve reproduction and foster stronger immune responses.

 
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