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Find educational material about dairy cattle, including nutrition and feed management, health and care, reproduction, facilities and technology, and business management from Penn State Extension.
Robert C. Goodling, Jr.
Fluctuating milk prices and feed costs stress dairy operations' cash flow. Making decisions based on milk margin and income over feed cost are crucial to profitability.
En el ganado lechero, el período de transición se caracteriza por una serie de cambios metabólicos y prácticas de manejo que pueden tener un impacto en la salud y la productividad de las vacas.
The transition period for dairy cows is characterized by a number of metabolic changes and management practices that impact health and productivity. Monitoring strategies minimize negative effects.
This article will guide you through the important issues that you need to consider before starting a value-added dairy enterprise.
This publication provides information on milk pricing, dairy product processing, the demand for dairy products, dairy product prices, federal order and farm-gate milk prices, and market interactions.
This publication explains the differences between brokers and cooperatives, analyzing cooperative contracts, and using strategy and planning.
This publication intends to help Pennsylvania dairy producers better understand how milk checks are paid, where the prices come from, and what factors they control.
Virginia A. Ishler
Milk and feed prices are extremely volatile. In this publication, two measures are developed to monitor milk prices and feed costs in order to have some degree of control over gross profits.