I thought I’d share a little DFA Radio Talk on the “. . . controversial hearing regarding amendments to the Pacific Northwest and Arizona-Las Vegas milk marketing orders spanned four months and three cities in late 2003 and early 2004 – but it’s finally resulted in USDA’s announcement of a final decision.
Sometimes the good old fashioned way is best. At least that’s what Mayfield Dairy Farms believes and proves is working.
USDA is using nonfat dry milk to help those in need. This announcement was just made at the end of last week.
It has been interesting to see some consumer-oriented websites do a story about the computerized robotic milking machine from DeLaval (their Voluntary Milking System).
I don’t know too many blogger who send out a news release when they post something to their blog but Alex Avery did today. It’s about his latest post on “Milk is Milk.”
Put a cow in one end and get chocolate and regular milk out the other. Who’d have thought it possible? With a little help from Bou-Matic it is and it’ll be on display at World Dairy Expo.
I’m still at the International Federation of Agricultural Journalists Congress in Switzerland. The group got to visit a dairy and here’s what we found out. The information is from the IFAJ staff.Milk producers president is pessimistic about the end of quotas On the Seeland Excursion people met Peter Gfeller, president of the Swiss dairy farmers union. Gfeller is not only …