Dwindling global cotton stockpiles could spur more cotton plantings and further boost seed supplies for dairies, but market factors could keep prices firm
17 celebrities donate their voices to encourage young children to be kind Nashville, TN – August XX, 2010 – The Children’s Kindness Network, a national non-profit organization with a mission of “building a culture of kindness, beginning with Pre-K,” presents Moozie’s Musical Adventures - a CD featuring orchestral pieces and celebrity voices from Moozie’s Orchestra Adventure, and the narrated story: Moozie’s Kind Adventure to promote kind behavior and reduce bullying.
Pella, Iowa – Lely, the world leader in robotic milking systems, has announced the company will soon expand their production facilities to include Pella, Iowa, the current headquarters for Lely USA. The expansion will grow the number of full-time employees at Lely’s U.S. headquarters from 4 as of November, 2010, to between 20-25 by the end of 2011.
DeLaval’s smart automatic feeding system improves productivity; herd health and can cut waste losses by up to 50%.
AUBURN UNIVERSITY, Ala. - For south Alabama cattle producers, an enduring challenge has been finding an effective way to grow legumes in Coastal Plains soils.
Clover and legumes confer many advantages — first and foremost, biological nitrogen fixation. In these hard economic times, complicated by frequent spikes in fertilizer costs, growers have more incentive than ever to grow legumes.
Front-End Loader Safety Rules
A front-end loader is a versatile and valuable tool on any tractor. However, improper operation of the tractor-loader combination can be hazardous. The center of gravity rises as the loader is raised and the stability of the tractor is affected. If not used according to the guidelines stated in the operator’s manual, this can result in a potential tipping hazard for the tractor.
In anticipation of more strict milk quality standards in the United States, A&L Laboratories is rolling out its new and comprehensive Quality Milk Program, to assist U.S. dairy operations in the quest for higher quality milk.
This year was my fourth year attending World Dairy Expo and I look forward to it each year. There is always something new to do and look at and it is great to see all of the customers we talk to throughout the year and meet new ones. It is fun seeing all of the new products that are coming out and learning about all of the different products.