With a rich history spanning over 140 years, Holstein Association USA stands as one of the most enduring membership organizations in agriculture.
From Dairy to Discipleship: After shuttering his family’s dairy, Georgia patriarch embraces a new journey
A county in Georgia that was once home to 42 dairy farms has now lost its last remaining operation. The Farm Monitor Brings us the story.
The FAO Food Price Index for October 2023 is out. Where do global food prices stand, and which categories saw the largest gains?
Experts: Dairy industry outlook could be improving based on strong butter demand, herd number trends
Falling feed costs and strong demand for butter could be good news for dairy farmers looking to get their finances back on track.
Where the Food Comes From producer Donna Sanders takes us along on a behind-the-scenes look at filming the show’s newest episode, “Clemson Blue,” where university cheesemakers reveal how they put the “blue” in their award-winning blue cheese.
It is in there, the mold — those rich blue veins in creamy blue cheese that make you either love it or loathe it — but how does it get there? This bonus scene from “Clemson Dairy,” Season 4, Episode 4 of Where the Food Comes From, explains how and why that happens.
No, it is not some new college course — Clemson has been making blue cheese since 1941, and the product has developed a worldwide following and won some pretty big awards. With good reason — it is fantastic stuff. It is also fascinating to see how it is made. Check out this sneak peek look at the latest episode of Where the Food Comes From, “Clemson Blue.”
Teamwork, family, and the power of friendship are leading to the growth of livestock showing in one community. The Farm Monitor takes us to the Georgia National Fairgrounds to learn more.
The machines do all the work at Hickory Hill Milk in South Carolina, and the pampered cows get on-demand service. The team at Where the Food Comes From shares a special, behind-the-scenes account filming the show’s newest episode, Robot Dairy, premiering this Friday, Oct. 20, 2023, at 9:30 p.m. ET on RFD-TV!
The machines do all the work at Hickory Hill Milk in South Carolina, where the pampered cows get on-demand service. They make a premium cream line of milk you still have to shake. It is so good it is used to make the world-famous Clemson blue cheese.
Today’s blog post by RFD-TV Agri-Legal Expert Roger McEowen takes a look at the “preferential payment rule,” a unique bankruptcy provision that can come as a suprise to farmers in financial distress.
Leaders of the dairy industry advocating for fairness and transparency in milk pricing testified before federal lawmakers this week.