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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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Drug residues in meat and milk are closely monitored by the FDA. If you have a violation, the following actions can be taken against your dairy:

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Understanding and awareness of how agricultural practices impact our environment, natural resource use, and climate is growing.

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An employee training program is a vital piece of any successful dairy. Typically, employees are trained when they first start their jobs, then they receive continuous training throughout their employment. Having a solid employee training program will help ensure uniform completion of tasks, will assist in maintaining high-quality standards and is crucial to keeping your employees (and cows) safe.

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Editor’s note: This article is the last in a four-part series. The first three articles are available online.

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A near-perfect storm has created an opportunity to add value to dairy calves not destined for the milking string. While dairy herd numbers remain fairly steady, improved milk production efficiencies have reduced the pace of replacement animals entering the herd.

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We already have the next generation of farmers unexpectedly coming home to farm as a direct consequence of this COVID-19 crisis.

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