Wisconsin’s total acreage in designated agricultural enterprise areas comes to 1.13 million acres with the addition of a new one in Waupaca County’s Town of Lind, after Interim Sec. Jeff Lyon signed an order creating […]
The Dairy Business Association has secured a settlement in its lawsuit against the state Department of Natural Resources for legal overreach on regulations. The settlement, reached Wednesday between the association and DNR, will bring immediate […]
The National Dairy Shrine has elected their new Board of Directors. The election took place at the 68th annual meeting of the National Dairy Shrine. The newly elected group of talented industry leaders will be […]
If you bought gasoline over the past weekend (October 13-15) in the La Crosse, Chippewa Falls and Alma areas of Wisconsin, and in Rochester, Minn., your gas may be contaminated with diesel fuel. Magellan Midstream […]
The National Dairy Shrine held their 68th annual banquet, on October 5, 2017 at the World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wisconsin. During the banquet Dairy Management Inc. was bestowed the honor of receiving The National […]
The grain markets closed lower this week on harvest pressure across much of the Midwest. Most areas are concentrating on soybean harvest and good progress is being made there. The corn crop is estimated at […]
Work- related injuries and fatalities on dairy farms are higher than any other agricultural sector in the United States. In an effort to educate those in the dairy industry to practice good safety habits the […]
Live cattle finished the day with all active contracts above 110.000. April 2018 contracts finished the day at 121.500. Feeder Cattle have followed this upward trend with all 2017 contracts above 153.000.