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American Dairymen July 2024

This Issue Brings You:

  • Baleage Advantages
  • Safeguarding Data in Modern Dairying
  • Keepin’ It Cool
  • Dairy Goat Milking Systems

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When it Comes to Joro Spiders, Don’t Believe Everything You Hear

(June 14, 2024) Reports from other parts of the US about this large Asian arachnid have captured plenty of attention. However, no joros have been reported in Arkansas. https://bit.ly/No-joros-arkansas-24


Cattle Scan Wins Food Tech Farm to Fork Award at 2024 Inventures

On May 31st at The Inventures 2024 Breakthrough Innovation Event (Calgary, Canada), our company was honoured to receive the GROWING UP: FOOD TECH FARM TO FORK award! Inventures 2024, hosted by Alberta Innovates, is one of Canada’s top innovation conferences. Attracting over 4,000 attendees from 30+ countries, The 2024 Breakthrough Innovation Event brought together entrepreneurs, startups, investors, […]


MJE Livestock Equipment Ups Efficiency with New CNC Plasma Cutting Table

Montezuma, KS – June 12, 2024 – MJE Livestock Equipment, a leading manufacturer of high-quality livestock handling systems, is proud to announce the addition of a state-of-the-art CNC plasma cutting table to their production process. This innovative machine, the PlatinumCut from Machitech, marks a significant step forward in the company’s commitment to continuous improvement and operational […]


Iowa State University Dairy News & Upcoming Events!

Herd in the Barn Greetings from the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Dairy Team! We are here to inform you of the most current educational events, research, and tools available; enhancing dairy profits and quality of life. Please contact us with any questions you may have. Following you will find info on: Recommended 2024 Guidelines […]


Featured Story

Regenerative Agriculture on a Dairy Farm

Paul and Erin Kernaleguen are dairy farmers and soil consultants near Birch Hills, Saskatchewan, committed to regenerative practices in growing forage for their cattle. They farm with Paul’s Parents, Jos and Brenda.

“We were a very conventional dairy operation until 2012 when we started looking at doing some things differently because our weather was super-wet for a couple years.  Our average annual precipitation is about 12 inches of moisture, but we’d had two years in a row with about 40 to 50 inches, which made farming extremely difficult!” says Paul.


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Publisher of American Cattlemen and American Dairymen magazines. Founded over 30 years ago, Twin Rivers Media serves the information and marketing needs of America’s beef and dairy producers.

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