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RYAN, Iowa — For Doug Carroll and other dairy producers, 2020 was the year when things were supposed to turn around. Prices were expected to b…

The dairy checkoff’s mission of increasing sales and building trust with consumers is key to assuring a prosperous future for the dairy industry.

In just five years’ time China is set to overtake the United States as the world’s largest dairy market, worth a massive USD$68.8 billion.

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BELMONT, Wis. – The goat-cheese industry continues to grow in the United States, thanks in part to Montchevre, the country’s largest goat-cheese manufacturer. Product quality and consistency are the company’s top priorities as it continues to play a major role in leading the industry into the future.

An ongoing crisis in the Gulf has forced an urgent airlift of 4,000 Holstein cows into Qatar to satisfy demand for fresh milk there.

MADISON, Wis. – In a first-ever live judging event, classic southern flavors and Wisconsin cheese prevailed in the 2017 Grilled Cheese Academy…

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Entry booklets for the World Dairy Expo Championship Dairy Product Contest have been sent out to dairy plants throughout North America. The contest, sponsored by the Wisconsin Dairy Products Association, is the only dairy-product contest of its kind in North America, due to the wide variety of dairy products which are eligible for judging, according to organizers.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — The National Milk Producers Federation has helped secure several positive developments for dairy farmers and their coope…

April may have been the bottom for milk prices. The Class III price fell from $16.77 in January to $15.22 in April, but May should be near $15.60.

The rate of milk-production growth began to moderate during the first quarter of 2017, but additional milk production continues to generate Am…

ONTARIO, Wis. — While Wisconsin’s dairy industry makes a special push to reach out to consumers during June Dairy Month, dairy farmers Eirik a…

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When 20,000 pounds of cheese and 13,000 gallons of milk have been ordered, it can only mean one thing – June Dairy Month is here and the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board is ready to celebrate. The Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board is excited to see residents enjoying family-friendly activities while they visit local dairy farms and learn about the industry.

“Making More from Milk” was the name of a course held May 1-3 in Madison, Wisconsin. The three-day course provided attendees with information …

An abundance of inquiries from concerned community members have reached the door of the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board. People have been askin…

Drinking full-fat milk and dairy produce has now been shown to be good for those who consume it – contrary to the advice dished out by authori…

NEW YORK (AP) — Yogurts that have more fat are gaining popularity, a trend that, according to General Mills, is hurting its U.S. yogurt sales.

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In a major bid to stabilize milk prices, almost 44,000 European dairy farmers voluntarily cut their milk production by 852,000 tons in the last quarter of 2016 in return for compensation payment from the European Union.

ELLSWORTH, Wis. — The Ellsworth Cooperative Creamery, which produces 80 tons of cheese curds a day, is getting a boost from the Wisconsin Econ…

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