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‘He stood up under pressure on behalf of the American dairy farmer’

LANCASTER, Pa. -- When the new 5-year Farm Bill was finally passed by both houses and signed into law in February, the Dairy Title was a tiny portion, but it encompassed four years of intense national debate about the future of the dairy industry. At stake: Future generations on family farms of all sizes.

New book tells all about milk in human nutrition

‘Promposal’ accepted!

Dairy career enhancement workshop set

Delaware Valley College shows its stuff on ‘A-Day’

PFGC plans meeting and tour

A2 milk holds promise for improved digestion; promotion is underway

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Want to know more about A2 milk and why it offers a big opportunity for the U.S. market?

Maryland requests entries for state dairy princess pageant

‘Know what you buy’ sale coming back;

Youths invited to apply for ‘Student Leader’ scholarships from CDE

Dairy recipes requested for book

At this contest, students become an inspiration

DOYLESTOWN, Pa. -- Education, teamwork and networking are three things students must exhibit at the National Dairy Challenge. Delaware Valley College was represented by team members Caitlin Barwise, Sean LaGreca, Nicole Hood and Jacklyn Schroeder. They were coached by Dr. Bruce Richards and Aaron Stepnoski. The contest took place in Fort Wayne, Indiana, April 3-5.

If your barn is available; please let someone know

Obie Award nominations now welcome

Morrisville State College to host Ag Day on May 1

ABS photo contest closes May 31

Highest-ever average seen at N.Y. Spring Sale

SYRACUSE. N.Y. -- A final average of $9280 on 86 full lots and a sale gross of $820,400 turned out to be the highest ever for the New York Spring Holstein Sale. Nineteen lots sold for $10,000 or higher. Held here in Syracuse on April 12, the renowned sale series attracted an overflow crowd.

Development conference, May 15, invites professionals

PDPP offering scholarships

Outstanding producer to be recognized; apply by May 14

Jersey advertising invited; it’s a contest!

‘Cull for the Kids’ campaign growing across the region

HARRISBURG, Pa. – The tradition of supporting the All-American Dairy Show is one that Bruce Snider says he is proud to continue. Bruce and his wife, Lori, own Singing Brook Farms, a 260-cow operation near Imler, Pa.

Juniors invited to Penn State’s ‘Cow Camp’

Bottle event set for late May

Ayrshire sale cancelled

Photo contest entries invited