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The more we learn about the birth process and what happens when calves enter the world, the more we realize how critical those first moments of life are.

Mother Nature does an excellent job of transitioning calves for life outside the womb.

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Settling for “good enough” is not in Andy Fischer’s nature. This goal-oriented dairyman sets high standards for Riverside Dairy in Reedsville, Wisconsin, and the numbers prove it.

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Changing seasons can signal a time to change the tires on your car, truck or tractor, and understanding all the letters and numbers printed on your new tires is important – not only so you are satisfied with your purchase but also so you are safe.

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Ethan and Jade Proksch’s farm is proof grazing dairy goats is possible and feasible. The Proksches have been commercially selling milk from their goat herd for more than six years.

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Editor’s note: This year’s “Dairy Grazing Your Way” panel at the annual GrassWorks Inc. Grazing Conference held in Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin, featured three operations. Hubert and Suzanne Nelson Karreman of Reverence Farms in Saxapahaw, North Carolina, will be featured in a separate article later this year. Below, learn about grazing practices from the Paul Tillotson and Roman Stoltzfoos.

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Getting the most out of grazing your dairy herd means going beyond the basics of pasture management. Putting the right nutrition into the herd from pasture forages requires intensive management of the grass and the cows.

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