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Providing 4-H dairy youth the chance to purchase a purebred dairy calf and start their own herd is the cornerstone of the Heritage Calf Project, an effort initiated and kept alive by a committee of local dairy farmers, industry representatives and county fair supporters.

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At Siemers Holsteins, genetics and management culminate with a 37,500-pound rolling herd average, touting 1,500 pounds of fat and 1,100 pounds of protein.

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When two farms form a partnership that closes the circle on operational and marketing needs for each farm on its own, a creative business fusion is formed.

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The high desert of Clovis, New Mexico, where rainfall is rare and wide-open spaces are plentiful, is also where Joel and Jaimie Van Dam call home on Route 77 Dairy.

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When it comes to consistency, it’s hard to beat a robot. For brothers Jon and Mark Qual, their father, Alan, cousins Nathan and Tyler, and uncle Rodney, who all own and operate Qual Dairy in Lisbon, North Dakota, a robotic rotary parlor fit what they wanted in their new parlor.

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With longer days and warmer temperatures, summer on the dairy farm means squeezing in more activities into every hour of daylight. We asked the editorial advisory panel members of Progressive Dairy to submit photos of summer activities on their farms. end mark

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