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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of PD1711_NW
Serving Dairymen Nationwide | November 21, 2011 | Vol. 25 No. 17
a new revolution of
Dairywomen who are making a difference
In the news, cont’d from page 5
YOUR COMPLETE SOURCE
MARKET WATCH FEED
SOYBEAN EXPORTS WILL DECLINE
Cold weather used to get your calves down, but now
MASSACHUSETTS MILK PRODUCTION FALLS 10 PERCENT
CHEESE CONTINUES ROLLER-COASTER RIDE
Proud of our women in dairy
walk in the park; early mornings, late
Supercharge your calves
Waiting for a better time?
How much does the farmer get when a consumer buys milk?
plants pay for milk. T at leaves a big
Year-end tax planning
Don’t let the possibility of paying some taxes cause
❑ Yes American Farm Bureau Federation
Blame the government for encouraging the growth of dairies
Are you ready for a crisis?
Industry must address fl uid milk sales
bST bST bST
3 Open Minutes with Liz Doornink, cont’d from page 35
Child-star-turned-dairy-vet back on camera
Bunker Shaversby Royer Enterprises
Where did my El Lechero go?
YOUR RATION. OUR PASSION.
El Lechero provides a switch in attitude in South Dakota
Now in its sixth year, El Lechero is the leading tool dairy teams use to communicate important ideas that affect all aspects of working together.
The importance of water, cont’d from page 1
“ I chose DariTech because of their experience, service and pricing.
Tools for measuring IgG useful in managing colostrum
IgG level, bacteria have had ample
Well-grown heifers – Opportunity for grower and owner alike
Under the current trend of being paid per head per day of calf raising,
On the Edge of Common Sense
Individualized feeding is a smart way
The View from Here
Plant scientists are concerned with
Thousands of building decisions: Who will make them all?
T HE OFFICIAL DA IRY PUBLICAT ION
International Agri-Center, Inc. A
Concerts for a Cause featuring Trace Adkins
Chasing a dream: One woman’s fi ght for a dairy farm life
Chasing a dream: One woman’s fi ght for a dairy farm life, cont’d from page 49
here we are.”
Annie’s Project: Risk management education for farm women
Healthy calves mean healthy profits!
Dairy wife discovers success with Annie’s Project
LEFT: Thanks to the Annie’s Project program, Dawn can confi dently take care of the farm’s bookkeeping and employee management duties.
With the farm moving under one name and older family members no longer able to help, Dawn needed an educational resource that would allow
Calf grower shares lessons learned from automated feeding
Calf grower shares lessons learned from automated feeding, cont’d from page 57
CIP detectives round up unusual suspects on calf ranch
CIP detectives round up unusual suspects on calf ranch, cont’d from page 59
No calf left behind
The value a calf returns to you over her productive lifetime is perhaps the most compelling reason to consider the value of using DRAXXIN®
Activity monitors: More than just heat detection
treatment for sick cows are lowered
Activity monitors: More than just heat detection, cont’d from page 65
A Dairyman’s Dream!
Vaccine technology helps calves resist pneumonia
Cold-weather heifer housing
Just dropping by ...
TOP QUALITY DAIRY CATTLE
The Ultimate Protection
Milking equipment, systems and parts
Analaine’s Home Cooking
Understanding air brake systems
Illustrated by Kevin Brown
The Milk House
PD INDUSTRY NEWS
Industry news, cont’d from page 81
PD NEW PRODUCTS
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A D V ERTIS ERS ’ IND E X
On the Edge of Common Sense
... honored to be the trusted and unanimous