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Weathering the Storm

Falling milk prices are affecting dairy producers in Michigan and across the nation. How serious is the problem, what caused it, and what can dairy producers do to weather the storm and maintain the vitality of their dairy businesses? This article attempts to answer these questions and offers specific methods for sound planning during tough economic times. Weathering the Storm.


Michigan Dairy Farming: Progressive and Resilient

While total milk production and number of dairy cows declined significantly in many states over the last 5 years, Michigan is headed in the other direction. Michigan’s total milk production increased 19% and the state’s dairy herd increased from 302,000 to 335,000 cows between 2003 and 2007. Quite remarkably, over the same time period milk production per cow increased substantially (Michigan Ag Statistics). Michigan Dairy Farming: Progressive and Resilient.

 

 

 

 

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Weathering the Storm
Sound planning for tough economic times.

Michigan Dairying: Progresive
Dairy plays a large role in Michigan's economy.

Sustainability Challenge
An opinion of michigan Dairying.

Bark Filter Mounds
A potential wastewater treatment method.

Having to Dismiss
The involuntary termination of an employee's employment.

Processed Chesse
What is that stuff, anyway?

Scholarships
Over $100,000 awarded to dairy students.

AAI Director
Research to reality: Science impacts lives.

Milk Market
Feed costs big story in 2008.

Michigan Biosecurity
STOP Sign campaign to START.