What about the people you work with?
Today, dairies of all sizes depend on teams of … Read more
By Kevin Caspersen and John Brantsen
In previous Dairy Performance articles, we’ve discussed the importance of testing for and monitoring subclinical ketosis in dairy cows. We’ve often highlighted the Precision Xtra® blood meter as a simple cowside tool for … Read more
By Gary Sipiorski
Every expense on a dairy farm has an impact on the cash flow. Those that remember the 16-percent interest rates of the 1980s have bad memories of how high interest rates can derail a checkbook.
The question … Read more
Cows with subclinical ketosis or milk fever will appear completely … Read more
If you’re an avid hunter in search of big bucks or long-bearded turkeys, the … Read more
By Ann Hoskins
When it comes to our crops, this summer has been a crazy growing season with lots of ups and downs. In contrast, it’s been a steady and great growing season for the bugs on our dairy farms … Read more
By Jon Urness
A little knowledge about application equipment can go a long way toward choosing the right equipment to buy, using such equipment, and applying the correct amount of product. Previously in this series of videos, we concentrated … Read more
By Jon Rasmussen
With harvest just around the corner, you’re planning how you will put up the best quality forages possible. That quality will translate to milk production throughout the upcoming year.
When you invest a significant amount of time … Read more
By Jon Urness
Shredlage™, Shredlage and more Shredlage. When it comes to the latest technology in corn silage processing, Shredlage has dominated the headlines of the farm papers, been the focus of producer meetings, and become a hot topic … Read more