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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of PD16SW
See what this dairy does
‘You did it. Or you know who did.’
Effective, Economical Grooving
Less time spent
for tender refunds received and all
In the news, cont’d from page 9
World Dairy Expo recap: Dots, hats, buttons and a special surprise
Should I respond?
Humpty Dumpty and breaking eggs
SUPERIOR PROTECTION. UNMATCHED ENDURANCE.
Humpty Dumpty and breaking eggs, cont’d from page 14
Fire the yes-men!
Create synergy in the leadership team
Create synergy in the leadership team, cont’d from page 19
Profi t margin outlook remains poor for dairy next year
case, lack thereof).
Profi t margin projection as of October 15, 2010:
Cal Poly Producer Symposium: ‘The future of milk price’
Cal Poly Producer Symposium: ‘The future of milk price’, cont’d from page 25
The growing national debt and what it means to dairymen
The growing national debt and what it means to dairymen, cont’d from page 27
Controlling abuse of workers’ compensation
The value a calf returns to you over her productive lifetime is perhaps the most compelling reason to consider the value of using DRAXXIN®
Controlling abuse of workers’ compensation, cont’d from page 29
Walking the talk on the road to better marketing
Deb Reinhart and Dave Geiser
2010: “We were able to lock in some
Life after selling the dairy farm
Life after selling the dairy farm, cont’d from page 35
Local community colleges are excellent places to learn new skills for the workplace. Photo from Photos.com.
Without the right treatment,
“Should federal order reform change
Yes, we only need two classes.
What do you think?
One dairyman’s opinion
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Expansion considerations in a volatile price period
reasons for deciding to expand and
Triple your feeding power
Business expansion might mean transition of risk
Business expansion might mean transition of risk, cont’d from page 50
AU G U S T
To bring in a new generation,
Starting in 2006, the Meadow Vista Dairy
A cow’s eye on freestall planning
T e common routes of disease
A cow’s eye on freestall planning, cont’d from page 55
Year-end tax planning and benefi t opportunities
Year-end tax planning, cont’d from page 57
Now’s the time to put feed effi ciency front and center
Feed effi ciency front and center, cont’d from page 59
World Ag Expo Forage Challenge
Supplements vs. additives: Making sense of the feed
tips on successfully implementing
GO FOR THE GOLD!
The case for rumen-protected
Because over-feeding of grains can cause ruminal acidosis, rumen-inert fats offer an alternative means of
Precision feeding system adjusts on-the-fl y
Precision feeding system adjusts on-the-fl y for moisture content, cont’d from page 67
New fl ush system opens avenue for modular design
New fl ush system for modular design, cont’d from page 69
How much copper are you putting down?
Copper sulfate adds to excessive copper levels, cont’d from page 71
This six-bay shed at New Sweden Dairy provides enough space to
Compost process disposes of cattle carcasses, cont’d from page 73
Return to roots of stewardship and common sense
Return to roots of stewardship and common sense, cont’d from page 75
Hops help reduce ammonia produced by cattle
The advantage is clear from the start.
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Tales of a Hay Hauler
Solar energy systems provide ‘best green value’ for your dollar
this as an investment tax credit,
How to keep your FREE magazine coming
Industry news, cont’d from page 93
Pfi zer Animal Health announces
100-Page Outer Section
On the Edge of Common Sense
“... in a class of its own. We love Udder Comfort!”