Time-lapse cameras can benefit dairy farmers whether the facility is old, new or refurbished. In many cases, footage from such cameras clearly shows where improvements can be made to increase efficiency and production, and to identify potential animal welfare
Chase Pagel doesn’t just talk about safety, she lives it. As the safety coordinator for Pagel’s Family Business, part of which includes the largest privately owned dairy farm in Wisconsin, Pagel is responsible for both employee and visitor safety.
The work of Australian veterinary parasitologist Dr. Matthew Playford is helping to raise awareness of the Asian longhorned tick (ALT) among U.S. cattle producers. While many consumers have learned about the meat allergy (alpha-gal) that can result after a
To Jenny Green, the owner of Fisher Green Creative, a Maine digital marketing firm, the holiday season means a lot more than Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s. It really runs from November through January and includes holidays like
Back in 1993, the “Got Milk?” campaign launched and was an immediate success. It was the brainchild of a collective, formed by milk producers, who banded together to get the word out about milk.
Following in their footsteps, Mark
While most livestock manure is land-applied in one form or another, Dr. Rebecca Larson, University Wisconsin-Madison, said there are opportunities to integrate new technologies for manure management that would benefit producers and, ultimately, the environment.
“A perfect system would