by Sally Colby
If there’s no contingency plan for your farm, it isn’t too late to develop one. If the farm has an outdated plan, now is a good time to review and revise.
Dr. Ginger Fenton, Penn State
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by Enrico Villamaino
A newly published academic paper has outlined the potential dangers of using endectocides (veterinary parasiticides) in cattle.
The lead researcher was Domhnall Finch, a doctoral candidate at the University of Sussex in Brighton, England. Finch has
by Courtney Llewellyn
The USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) and Farm Service Agency (FSA) hosted a short webinar on May 14 for farmers, ranchers and other producers interested in applying for direct payments through the Coronavirus Food Assistance Program
by Deborah Jeanne Sergeant
As many farms are encountering labor shortages, the farm’s recruiting and hiring practice should receive closer scrutiny. Stan Moore, Michigan State University extension agent presented “Recruiting and Hiring Employees” as a recent webinar.
by Katie Navarra
With grocery store shelves empty, farmers plowing under crops, packing plants closing and dairies dumping milk, the question on everybody’s mind is “Will there be enough food – not just tomorrow, but six months or a
by Stephen Wagner
“Being that there’s always going to be bacteria on the food we get, the question arises as to what happens to some of those bacteria when they carry resistance genes,” said Dr. Lowell Midla, veterinary technical