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UCCE Manure Nitrogen Study Update in Dairy Feed Crops

It takes time for the nitrogen found in dairy manure water to become available to feed crops out in the field, and as dairy producers don’t want to under or over fertilize their feed crops, the UC Cooperative Extension is conducting a research trial to find out more regarding how manure water interacts in the soil with plant root systems. …

International Symposium on Milk Genomics & Human Health

November 13-15, 2018 Sacramento, California Program The three-day event is presented by the International Milk Genomics Consortium (IMGC) under the organization of the California Dairy Research Foundation (CDRF), and the local organizing committee. It brings together international experts in nutrition, genomics, bioinformatics and milk research to discuss and share the outcomes and implications of the latest discoveries in scientific research …

Dairy Students Selected for California Milk Advisory Board Internship Program

Fourth generation dairy producer Tony Lopes of Gustine and third generation producer Jeremiah Tiemersma of Visalia have been selected to serve as international interns in a new program from the California Milk Advisory Board (CMAB), the promotional arm of the state’s dairy farmers. The interns, selected from students enrolled in agriculture-related programs at colleges and universities throughout the state, were …

Western United Dairymen on USDA Aid Announcement for International Trade Dispute

WUD applauds USDA Secretary Sonny Perdue’s actions announced today to try to mitigate the impact international trade disputes are having on California’s dairy farm families. The Department announced a three-prong plan to mitigate the impact of retaliatory tariffs on various agricultural commodities including payments to producers, product purchase and donation and assistance with developing new export markets. The combination of …

California Dairy Digital Magazine: July 2018 Issue

California Dairy Magazine July Issue

Read the latest news in the Dairy Industry with California Dairy Magazine! In this Issue: Continued Diversification; The Key to Dairymen’s Success Joe Mendes Oversees Management of Three South Valley Dairies A Cow’s Milk Reveals Her Health Using Milk Samples to Accelerate Disease Management CA Dairy Farmers Reduce Energy use up to 20% A Message from Dairy Cares Class 1 …

Sorghum Forage Helps Meet Required Nitrogen Management Plan in CA

Sorghum Forage Helps Meet Required Nitrogen Management Plan in CA

As fertilizer becomes more and more regulated in California, farmers are turning to other crops with lower nitrogen requirements. For this reason, sorghum may appeal to feed growers, as it doesn’t require near as much nitrogen to grow. Watch this interview with Bob Hutmacher from the UC Cooperative Extension and read more in California Dairy Magazine. Sponsored By:

Difference in Irrigating Sorghum vs Corn Feed Crops

Difference in Irrigating Sorghum vs Corn Feed Crops

Although we received a lot more rain this year, the threat of drought is not over for California agriculture, and dairy producers are considering sorghum as alternative feed crop to corn. There is a difference in nutritional value that will need to be addressed in the feed mixture; however, irrigation needs are much different from corn as well, and drought-tolerance …

California Dairy Digital Magazine: September Issue

California Dairy Magazine Digital September Issue

The September issue of California Dairy Magazine is now available to read online! Read the latest California Dairy & Feed industry news and technology.  Here’s a peek of what’s inside: Faria Family Diversifies & Invests to Stay in the Business Racing to Complete Corn Harvest after Wind Storm Going to the World Dairy Expo? Hot Industry Topics Addressed in Expo Seminars Keeping …

Keeping Cows Cool With Less Water and Energy

Keeping Cows Cool CalAgNet California Dairy Magazine

Davis, Calif., (September 12, 2017) – Innovative cooling technologies tested on dairy cows at the University of California, Davis, are addressing the long-standing challenge of keeping dairy cows cool in heat-stressed California. Standard livestock cooling methods, such as fans and sprinkling cows with water, require significant amounts of electricity and water. The new technologies, being tested at UC Davis by …

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