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Barbershop blues

    Barbershops are making a comeback, and I for one am glad of it. Guys simply aren’t meant to get their hair cut at places like salons or boutiques. 

Controlling flies on dairy farms

    Now is the time to make fly control plans for your operation. Flies are a nuisance to farm workers and animals, transmit disease and cause significant economic loss.

    At Midwest Dairy, we work with partners to share dairy’s story and build trust with consumers through ongoing relationships. Recently, you may have heard an emphasis on capturing the attention of Generation Z (ages 10-25) as they now make up 20% of the current U.S. population.

Still on the roller coaster

The roller coaster ride that is my life Will not let me off just yet. I have searched for an opportunity On that you can bet.

The Lely visit

    Our lives changed dramatically Dec. 4, 2018. This was the day of our startup with our Lely robotic milking system. We took the collars off all of our cows and let them walk or run into our new barn.

Breakfast on the farm season will soon be upon us. It is a fun time of year. For me, it means connection – the connection between hard-working farmers and people who probably don’t have a tie to a farm and want to know and see what a current dairy looks like

Milk check remains strong

World Agricultural Outlook Board chairman Mark Jekanowski said the milk price remains strong. “Class III prices are up this month again by $1.20 per hundredweight; what’s happening there …

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