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Management

Manage dairy employees, establish farm protocols, take on milk marketing, and become more confident in your farm financials.

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In looking forward, dairy producers should review several implications from our project.

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Within hours of media reports on mistreatment of “downer” dairy cows at a California packing plant, schools in 36 states had temporarily pulled ground beef from lunch menus.

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Professional publications, consumer magazines, newspapers and Internet sites discussing the merits of organic food for human consumption are abundant.

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Managing dairy farm workers involves three principles.

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Most of the cows in a typical dairy herd should be money makers, but too frequently there are a number of cows that should have been profitable that are culled early in lactation because they failed to make the transition from the dry period to milking successfully.

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Dairy operations are affected by environmental regulations related to both air and water quality. Air and water issues have been identified and regulated since the 1960s, though dairy operations and agriculture in general were not identified as major sources of problems until the past decade.

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