SCC SCH Phyllis 849, exhibited and owned by Chris Breeding of Greenwood, Delaware, was named grand champion female honors in the Roll of Victory Angus Show at the Keystone International Livestock Exposition. Read more

Dairy producers can now enroll in the Dairy Margin Coverage for calendar year 2020 for the program that helps producers manage economic risk brought on by milk price and feed cost disparities. Read more

The Pennsylvania Dairy Investment Program provides grants that support on-farm innovation, research and development, organic transition, and value-added processing of products like cheese, yogurt, and ice cream. Funding for a second year was made possible in this year’s PA Farm Bill. Read more

On Monday, July 29, members of the St. Albans Cooperative Creamery voted 99-9 to merge with Kansas City, Kansas-based Dairy Farmers of America. The move came a month after the co-op’s board of directors voted unanimously to recommend that its membership join DFA. Read more

Alfalfa is an excellent source of protein in the dairy cow diet. Research funded by the Northern New York Agricultural Development Program is evaluating new opportunities to grow alfalfa in combination with grass species to provide dairy farmers with the opportunity to enhance forage yield, quality and digestibility. Read more

Colby Castle, a Cornell animal science major who grew up on a cattle ranch, had heard of facial recognition for cows but never imagined how close the technology was to being widely used — or that he could have a role in developing it. Read more

There are times when a latex milking glove only holds so much information, or a pen can only take being used like a pry bar so many times before it doesn’t write. Pretty much around the clock, though, having a smart phone on your person is normal. As being such, I’ve put together a list of a… Read more