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Sustainable Food Systems and Farm Security Among Topics Covered at 2022 Animal Ag Alliance Summit

The Animal Agriculture Alliance held its 2022 Stakeholders Summit recently, themed “Come Together for Animal Ag: Be Informed, Be Ready, Be Here.” The dynamic event, which returned to an in-person format for the first time since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, brought together a diverse audience of over 260 attendees to Kansas City, Mo. and included an additional 125 …

Cari Wolfe To Retire From USJersey

Cari Wolfe has announced her retirement from the American Jersey Cattle Association (AJCA) effective June 1, 2022. Wolfe completed 40 years of service with the USJersey organizations across five decades of employment in January. “We have been most fortunate to have her talents and expertise available to us for so many years,” said Neal Smith, Executive Secretary and CEO of …

World Dairy Expo Seeking Media Interns For 2022 Event

As the 55th World Dairy Expo approaches, Expo is searching for college students who are passionate about the dairy industry to be part of the 2022 media team. Four students have the opportunity to spend WDE as media interns giving them an intimate look at the storied event. Under the direction of Expo’s communications manager, media interns assist with media …

New Dairy, Livestock Insurance Options for Better Protection, Flexibility

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has updated three key crop insurance options for livestock producers: the Dairy Revenue Protection (DRP), Livestock Gross Margin (LGM), and Livestock Risk Protection (LRP). USDA’s Risk Management Agency (RMA) revised the insurance options to reach more producers, offer greater flexibility for protecting their operations, and ultimately, better meet the needs of the country’s swine, dairy, …

U.S. Retaliatory Tariffs Required as Canada Refuses USMCA Obligations

The National Milk Producers Federation (NMPF) and the U.S. Dairy Export Council (USDEC) today called on the U.S. government to levy retaliatory tariffs on Canada after Ottawa made clear that it refuses to meet its signed treaty obligations under the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) concerning dairy market access. In January, a USMCA dispute resolution panel initiated by the U.S. found that …

How to Protect Your Farmland for Future Generations in California

Many California farms are run by families who have cultivated the land for several generations.  It’s not just land, it’s not just an investment — it is part of what defines them and their mission to feed the world. Watch this brief interview with Charlotte Mitchell from the California Farmland Trust as she shares how to protect their legacy of …

IDF Dairy Nutrition and Health Symposium, May 12

After hosting a very successful and engaging event last year with over 400 participants, the International Dairy Federation (IDF) is holding its second annual virtual Nutrition and Health Symposium 2022. This year, the Symposium, dedicated to health professionals, especially dietitians and nutritionists, will dive into the role of dairy across the life course, focusing on children, adolescents, and ageing populations. …

Register for the IDF Dairy Innovation Awards

Registration for the IDF Dairy Innovation Awards, an International Dairy Federation initiative designed to celebrate and encourage innovative practices across the global dairy sector, which was launched on February 17 in partnership with Zenith Global and supported by headline sponsorship from Tetra Pak, has been officially opened today, April 1st. Entries for the awards will be received until July 1. …

Plant-Based = Higher Cost, Lower Quality. Tell That to Your Barista

Vegan activists like to hand-wring from time to time about surcharges to add their favorite plant-based beverage to their coffee drinks, citing all sorts of reasons behind the alleged injustice. Here’s a simpler explanation: Plant-based additives cost more because … they cost more. Higher costs and lower quality are hallmarks of the “innovation” behind the proliferation of non-dairy products that …

Registration Open for the International Dairy Foods 2022 World Dairy Summit

After a two-year recess due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the next IDF World Dairy Summit 2022 will take place in New Delhi, India from September 12 – 15. The International Dairy Federation (IDF) is glad to announce the opening of the registration for its renowned major annual event in the global dairy sector. IDF WDS 2022 is an unparalleled occasion …

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