While a tax discussion this is not, some growers might find the nutrient management plan writing decision to be equally as certain and as cringe-worthy

An important part of manure management is a place for storage; manure needs somewhere to go while it awaits its final destination

Simple, yet effective. That is how Justin Gioletti describes the current manure handling system on his family’s farm

Consumer choices are unpredictable and complex

Biologicals is one of the new buzzwords in agriculture that raises many questions

As discussed in the article “Climate change raises the stakes” starting on page 18, extreme weather events are happening more frequently

With carbon dioxide being a “stock” greenhouse gas (GHG), its accumulation lasts hundreds if not thousands of years and must be curbed by stopping the use of fossil fuel carbon

A few weeks ago, I received a phone call from a reader you might put into the “unhappy customer” category

There are about two million farms in the United States according to the USDA

Nestled in a valley in south central Wisconsin is the aptly named Ripp’s Dairy Valley

Copper sulfate is a common and recommended ingredient for use in footbaths to prevent causes of lameness, including digital dermatitis

Most 4-year-olds do not go around telling everyone that they are going to “haul lime like dad” when they grow up, but that is exactly what I did. My mother was thankful I said lime and not

We know that manure is rich in many nutrients and a valuable resource when applied back onto fields that can benefit from manure application

Zinpro Corporation, the world’s leading innovator and manufacturer of high-performance organic trace minerals and animal nutrition solutions, announced the release of the company’s 2023 Sustainability

In 2016, California set an audacious goal of cutting methane emissions from its livestock by 40% over the next 14 years

More than 170,000 agricultural workers around the world are fatally injured every year, and between 60,000 and 70,000 of those injuries occur in the U.S

Climate change is a growing risk for the agricultural sector, and livestock producers are looking for ways to improve the resilience of their operations while reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions

Manure was used as a prop by protestors last month in the French city of Toulouse

The California Dairy Research Foundation and the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s Office of Environmental Farming and Innovation awarded $15.65 million in grant funding to 11 projects

State agriculture groups and attorneys representing more than 100 farmers pleaded their case to the Michigan Supreme Court