The Farm Service Agency announced this week that Milk Income Loss Contract (MILC) payments are being processed.
Washington DC in Spring is typically known for its Cherry Blossoms, but for Barbara and Leroy Shatto, they might remember meeting George W. Bush more than they’ll remember the trees.
Canadian dairy processor Saputo just got bigger. They claim to be the biggest dairy processor in Canada.
There’s a new product out for fly control you may want to look at. It’s Elector Bait, from Elanco Animal Health and was just approved by the EPA.
Hello from BIO 2006, the annual convention of the Biotechnology Industry Organization. It’s taking place in Chicago, IL.
He may not be your typical company spokesman, but Tasker Capital has tapped a New Mexico dairyman to lead the sales and marketing efforts of their new footbath and calf spray products.
For the most part, that is. In the next 60 days, Gehl will shutter its Wisconsin-based Agriculture Implement division, ending its long-standing production of hay, feed, forage, and manure handling tools.
Accelerated Genetics hosted Rod Nilsestuen, Secretary of Agriculture, and Mr. Gary Radloff, Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection, on March 9th, as one of the Columbia and Sauk County agribusiness to provide input on new innovative projects to assist Wisconsin’s dairy industry. Discussions focused on recent grant money towards the development of ASAP®, a reproductive synchronization assistance program, and a new “El Toro” energy project in Cashton, WI. Ideas and programs gathered from local agribusinesses will be shared with Governor Doyle.
While at Spring Dairy Expo over the weekend, I learned quite a bit about the evaluation of potential AI sires.