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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of PDEAST0311
Serving Dairymen Nationwide | February 8, 2011 | Vol. 25 No. 3
A NEW REVOLUTION OF SAND SEPARATORS!
2011: The year of government involvement in dairying?
Dealing with problems on your dairy
Instead, the committee unanimously
In the news, cont’d from page 5
MARKET WATCH FEED
2010 CORN PRODUCTION ESTIMATE Lowered
26 states BELOW their prior YEAR’s TOTAL MILK PROduction at end of 2010
Butter at All-Time January Highs
Proud to blog about calf tongues
Discover new innovations
Will dairy’s dream of immigration reform happen?
eventually bring a bill to the fl oor
Who’s your biggest competitor?
really need to be focused on. I tend
Who should be held accountable for antibiotic residues in meat?
Over-the-counter penicillin and
❑ Dairy Industry
Every time a consumer enjoys
First-ever dairy industry sustainability report released
The advantage is clear from the start.
“Qualitatively we have some amazing stories in the dairy industry, but the work of this initiative will be to back those up with science,”
What is Dairyville 2020?
Supercharge your calves
Farmers should think hard about incurring debt
Exports Exports Exp rtxports ExporExp
3 open minutes with Julie Suarez, cont’d from page 37
Interactions with your most important employees: The cows
Interactions with your most
Risk management for milk residues
You or your veterinarian needs
How to overcome risk management hurdles
MULTIMIN doesn’t cost – it pays!
How to overcome risk
Here we go again, one more tax bill from 2010
Eliminate the 20% waste from shrinkage & spoilage compared to
Profi t margin outlook and strategic margin management
Profi t margin outlook and strategic margin management, cont’d from page 51
On a positive note, milk prices have risen sharply over the past
Keys to a powerful family or non-family partnership
A vision is the focal point of the journey
Keys to a powerful family or non-family partnership, cont’d from page 55
High fi nancial priorities for dairy operators in 2011
High fi nancial priorities for dairy operators in 2011, cont’d from page 57
Don’t let winter weather put the freeze on your hoof care
Adjusting to meet new fi nancial reporting requirements
How would you re-prioritize the USDA budget?
In your own words...
Comparison of feedstuff prices and the current dairy situation
Succession planning is a process, not an event
Succession planning is a process, cont’d from page 65
Decrease weaned heifer pneumonia
Decrease weaned heifer pneumonia, cont’d from page 67
Managing the expanding heifer population
Managing the expanding heifer population, cont’d from page 69
Healthy calves mean healthy profits!
Implementing amino acids in dairy rations:
being the most pivotal part of the
Lessons learned from the swine industry, cont’d from page 73
Create effi ciencies with three-in-one feeding machine
Off-season: Evaluate your silage quality, bunker performance
process doesn’t end when the last few
Consider rumen-protected B vitamins for dairy cows
Evaluate rations to get the most IOFC with higher-priced corn
Increase corn silage feeding where possible, since it typically
Lessons Learned with Milk Quality
Now you can break free from everything that’s keeping you from optimizing essential amino
Are your cows ketotic?
Are your cows ketotic?, cont’d from page 87
Visit us during
Improve profi tability through amino acid balancing
Improve profi tability through amino acid balancing, cont’d from page 91
How nutrition can affect prepartum and postpartum cows
How nutrition can affect pre-partum and postpartum cows, cont’d from page 93
Diluting the ration with low-energy ingredients may have to be
Formulation innovation improves dairy’s bottom line
New on-farm trials test IOFC results of amino acid balancing
While amino acid balancing has gained greater acceptance in
Use of commodity feeds in dairy rations
MORE COWS. MORE YEARS.
As a general rule, a truckload of commodities should be fed
Once SQ is the most complete respiratory protection available,
Just dropping by ...
TOP QUALITY DAIRY CATTLE
“.35 mil Rain Suit”
Analaine’s Home Cooking
Electrical system team players
Written and illustrated by
PD NEW PRODUCTS
PD INDUSTRY NEWS
Industry news, cont’d from page 115
will also leverage its export trading
A leader remembered
OUR COMPLETE PROGRAM
On the Edge of Common Sense
“We are fi rm believers in Udder Comfort.