Dairymen Articles

BouMatic Appoints Behnke as PR Manager

BouMatic, the largest U.S. based, globally operating dairy equipment company, announces the appointment of Denise Behnke to Public Relations Manager.

Leading Dairy Producer Conference Hosts 212 Farms

Purina Animal Nutrition and Land O’ Lakes welcomed more than 475 dairy producers, family members and industry representatives to the Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells, Wis., earlier this year for the Leading Dairy Producer Conference. Now in its twelfth year, it is one of the largest dairy producer conferences held annually in the Upper Midwest.

Past Dairy Market Behavior No Longer Predictor for Future

Why aren’t dairy market prices behaving like they “always have in the past”? According to Bob Yonkers, IDFA vice president and chief economist, the dairy market environment has changed significantly just in the past few years, making U.S. dairy markets of today, and likely in the future, very different as a result. He offered these examples.

 

Agri-King Leading the Way in Enzyme Technology

Agri-King Leading the Way in Enzyme Technology

Enzyme technology is a hot topic in dairy nutrition these days, and Agri-King, Inc., based in Fulton, Ill., is leading the pack with their enzyme technology products.

Farming and Livestock Publishing Groups Merge

Farming and Livestock Publishing Groups Merge

Heartland Communications Group, Inc. (HCGI), of Fort Dodge, Iowa announced that it will consolidate the operations and management of its highly recognized Ag Media Group (AMG), with those of its Livestock Media Group (LMG) allowing it to centralize its services thus becoming one of the Agriculture Media Industry’s largest providers of information and data.

Marketing United States Dairy Export Council

Marketing United States Dairy Export Council

When the US Dairy Export Council (USDEC) launched its ‘Gouda Initiative’ in 2007, it put the U.S. on the map as a country with capacity to supply and compete on a global market, quickly becoming vital sources for Mexico and Japan.

Alta Seeds Water Efficient Sorghum Silage Provides Dependable Forage While Lowering Production Costs

Alta Seeds

Across the country, dairymen are discovering the next generation of sorghum hybrids can beat corn with high tonnage, digestibility, palatability and, most importantly, less water use and lower production costs. Dairymen looking to improve their forage solutions are turning to forage sorghum because of its ability to produce high quality feed that is cost-effective and water-efficient.