Go for the gold with your calves and heifers by learning from the industry’s best at the 2018 DCHA conference, April 10-12 in Milwaukee, Wis. Producer panels, presentations and breakout sessions will discuss timely, relevant topics. Farm and industry tours, and hands-on, post-conference demonstrat…
Get a $100 discount for the MILK Business Conference, Nov. 6-8 in Las Vegas, by being a DCHA member. Use code “DCHA” when registering to receive your discount. Must be an active DCHA member to be eligible for discount….
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Three New Videos Promote U.S. Dairy Exports to Global Customers By Kara McDonald February 21, 2018 Share these videos on social media and embed them on your website. Partnerships. Supply Security. Growth. These are the themes of three new videos promoting U.S. dairy exports to our business customers throughout the world. The videos were released on ThinkUSAdairy.org, the U.S. Dairy Export Council’s website for global customers. USDEC members and others in the U.S. dairy industry are encouraged to share the videos with customers on social media and embed them on
Organic Produce Sales, Movin’ On Up The Organic Produce Network in partnership with Nielson released 2017 figures on sales of fresh organic produce sold in grocery stores. The figures are impressive. Overall, organic fresh vegetable sales led the produce sector with $2.4 billion in sales, up 6 percent by volume and 4 percent by value from 2016. Organic fresh fruit with sales of $1.6 billion showed stronger growth, with volume and dollar sales up 12.6 percent compared to 2016…….. READ MORE…….. Organic Produce Sales, Movin’ On Up
Electronic trading brings anonymity. Understand how CME dairy spot markets function Posted on February 11, 2018 By Sherry Bunting, Reprinted from Farmshine, February 9, 2018 CHICAGO, Ill. — The CME dairy spot markets have been evolving since arriving in Chicago after a tumultuous past on the Green Bay Cheese Exchange, writes Ronald K. O’Brien, II, a dairy market risk specialist and geostrategist. He is director of global derivatives for Interfood, multidimensional global dairy risk managers using physical and financial global dairy markets to offset internal sales and inventory risk. Recently, Farmshine