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Agricultural News

NEW MEXICO WILDFIRE TORCHES NEARLY 180,000 ACRES, TEXAS UNDER THREAT ALL WEEK 

New Mexico officials continue to battle the Calf Canyon/Hermits Peak fire that as of Sunday had already scorched nearly 180,000 acres east of Santa Fe. High winds in the region have crippled the ability of firefighters as they race to contain the blaze.

COULD MILK GO TO $30, DAIRY ECONOMIST WEIGHS IN ABOUT THE DYNAMIC MARKET

USDA reported that more than 297,000 dairy cows were culled in March, a decline of 5,000 year-over-year, but also an increase of more than 30,000 from February.

RISK MANAGEMENT: A CRITICAL INGREDIENT TO SPELL SUCCESS

“There’s so much uncertainty swirling on both the income and cost sides of the ledger,” he says. “It’s great to see Class III milk futures trading at $24. But in our estimation, that’s a reason to be proactive about risk management, not complacent…”

EARLY BREEDING OF HEIFERS MAY BE WEIGHING YOU DOWN

“Yes, it’s possible to get heifers pregnant to calve at 21 months,” said Staley. “But at this age, they would need to have had an average daily gain (ADG) of 2.05 pounds per day from birth to calving, to achieve the physical maturity necessary for optimal pregnancy and lactation.”

FIRST HUMAN CASE OF AVIAN FLU IN THE U.S. CONFIRMED IN COLORADO 

“This case occurred in a person who had direct exposure to poultry and was involved in the culling (depopulating) of poultry with presumptive H5N1 bird flu,” the CDC reported in a press release.