The dairy industry pledges to be carbon neutral or better by the year 2050 — here’s how they’re hoping to achieve that.
The researchers found that the removal of dairy cows would only reduce greenhouse emissions by about 0.7 percent while also lowering available nutrients.
With origins dating back roughly 2,000 years to Europe, Holstein cows are widely celebrated for their impressive milk production.
Wisconsin has a new record-breaking Holstein. Selz-Pralle Aftershock 3918 has set a new 365-day milk production record of 78,170 pounds of milk, with 3,094 pounds of fat and 2,393 pounds of protein. This record breaks the previous 365-day record of 77,480 pounds of milk, set by Ever-Green-View My Gold-ET, owned by the Kestell family of […]
Lactose intolerant? Maybe not. You might just be drinking the wrong kind of milk. A Nebraska dairy has recently partnered with an Australian milk company to produce milk that’s a little easier on the tummy. The a2 Milk Company has become a successful brand in the Australian market, and now the company is bringing A2 […]
It’s out with the old and in with the new on many dairies across the United States. Old corn silage is getting replaced with freshly cut or recently fermented corn silage. Unfortunately this change often causes a “fall slump” in milk production. According to a recent Lallemand Animal Nutrition release, fresh silage can have lower […]