Scientists have discovered that a solidified whitish substance in an ancient jar dug up in Egypt is "probably the most ancient archaeological solid residue of cheese ever found."
Pacific Northwest milk production has passed the peak but remains strong.
Idaho’ dairy industry is taking an active role in recruiting and training students in dairy f
Idaho milk processors hold the contest to hopefully bring new products to market and to foster relat
Dairy leaders urge industry players to get involved in building consumer trust and fighting baseless absence-claims and the use of dairy terminology on non-dairy products.
One proposal, by the California Dairy Campaign, would allow U.S. dairy farmers to profitably grow with the flow of demand and not at a rate that creates oversupply.
The $50 million in USDA milk purchases will help people through food assistance programs and provide support for dairy markets.
Columnist Lee Mielke wraps up the week’s dairy industry news.
The University of Idaho is in negotiations to purchase property for building a world-class dairy research farm in south-central Idaho.
A Yakima County committee that’s been working since 2012 remains shy of a vote to adopt a plan addressing nitrate contamination of water in the Lower Yakima Valley.
In the mountain states of Idaho, Utah and Colorado, milk production has yet to slow down. Milk intakes are following normal seasonal patterns.
According to the NASS Crop Production report Aug. 10, California Alfalfa and Alfalfa Mixtures area harvested for 2018 is 730,000 acres with a yield of 3.70 bushels per acre vs. 720,000 acres with a yield of 3.90 bushels per acre for 2017.
Small family operated organic dairy farms with cows freely grazing on verdant pastures are going out of business while large confined animal operations with thousands of animals lined up in assembly-line fashion are expanding
Sign-up for the revenue protection plan, which will function similarly to crop insurance policies, opens Oct. 9.