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Home of America's Large Herd Dairymen

March 2015

Building Good Genetics
Specialist Knows Importance of Good Genes

Udder Things
California Dairy News Briefs

Milk Price
Class 1 Drops, Class 4 Rises - Since Dairy producers experienced record-high milk prices of over $26/CWT in October of 2014, prices began declining like a stone rolling down a mountain, and it has not stopped yet. With a weakening global economy and a very large supply of milk, Class 1 milk prices dropped another $0.42 from February, to a minimum price of $16.66/CWT in Northern California and $16.93/CWT in Southern California for the month of March. Compared to 2014 March prices for Class 1 milk, this is a negative difference of $8.72. Learn current prices for the other milk classes and the contributing factors in the industry by reading this story in the March issue of California Dairy magazine.

Management of Nitrogen in Silage
Difficult Task to Stay Within California Limits

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California Dairy News

Introducing a2 Milk In California

VMTRC Seeks Feed Industry Intern in Dairy Nutrition

Western United Dairymen Calls on Congress to Address Farm Labor Crisis

Proposal for a Federal Milk Marketing Order for California

Clear Teatcup Liner for Dairy Cows

Cornell Dairy Executive Program

Teff could be a solution for drought-stricken forage

Milk Prices

UC Davis Cost & Return Studies

California Dairy Research Foundation

Storm Event Visual Inspection Form

California Dairy Quality Assurance Program

Revised MRP

Ag in the Classroom