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University of Wisconsin-Madison biological-systems engineering professor Doug Reinemann discusses the evolution of milking systems – from buckets to robots. He also shares insights into what may lie ahead for robotic-milking systems.

Today’s dairy farmers aren’t generally in business only because it’s what their parents and grandparents did. Mostly they genuinely love worki…

OPINION We the dairy farmers of the United States are in a crisis. As each week passes an increasing number of hard-working dairy families are…

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Janet Clark is one of 14 dairy farmers serving on Dairy Task Force 2.0. She brings perspectives to Wisconsin's dairy industry from a mid-sized farm -- milking 140 cows.

OPINIONWith the passage of the 2018 Farm Bill, dairy farmers across the country received some certainty in the uncertain world of dairy farmin…

As full-fat diets continue an upward trend, Americans are embracing butter more than they have in almost five decades. With butter sales doubl…

OPINION One of the largest dairy cooperatives in the country, Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, representing farmers throughout the Midwest, appl…

Ryan and Lindsey Prahl, farmers from Marathon County, Wisconsin, recently earned the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation’s Young Farmer and Agric…

OPINION U.S. dairy farmers at the National Milk Producers Federation’s annual meeting asked President Donald Trump to recognize the significan…

OPINION FarmFirst Dairy Cooperative has sent a letter to U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue on behalf its dairy-farmer members across the…