While many people may be familiar with Holsteins or Jerseys, there are lots more global breeds and lesser-known North America breeds to be aware of.
Dairy cattle nutritionists play an integral role on dairy farms. They work with farmers to keep their cows happy, healthy, and productive.
Artificial insemination is a safe and humane technology that has been used for a long time to improve the safety, genetics, and health of animals.
With origins dating back roughly 2,000 years to Europe, Holstein cows are widely celebrated for their impressive milk production.
Matt Henkes learned how to do judge dairy cows in college, and he now works and judges some of the best of the best.
During National Dairy Month (which kicks off on June 1st World Milk Day) dairy farmers will bring awareness to the problem of childhood hunger.
In preparation for lambing, in February Farm Babe got some colostrum from her neighbors’ dairy farm to give to some of her newborns.