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NMPF Unanimously Endorses Marketing Order Modernization Plan in Annual Meeting

Central to discussions was recommendations developed on federal milk pricing after more than 100 meetings that have taken place over the past year.

Have We Been Interpreting Transition Problems All Wrong?

Now, a group of researchers at Iowa State University is questioning whether the industry has been chasing the wrong culprits when it comes to transition-cow challenges.

RIPE Pilots Stewardship Program at $100 Per Acre or Animal Unit

Farmers participating will implement a climate-smart practice that has been vetted to and proven to deliver over $100 of public benefits, primarily in water quality, soil health, and air quality, which Drewes says have more significant dollar value than greenhouse gas alone.

New Demands by One Labor Union Renews Concerns about Possible Railroad Strike in November

Track maintenance workers want another seven days of paid sick time to ratify the 5-year contract.  The major freight railroads appear unwilling to comply.

Florida’s Hurricane Ian Losses Total Over $1 Billion

Florida Commissioner of Ag Nikki Fried said the preliminary assessment is a “first step” in trying to get federal disaster aid for affected producers, noting the state would continue working with industry partners to “gain further insight into the depth and breadth of Ian’s damage.”