dairyMAN


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dairyMAN

a dairy computer program designed to aid dairy herd health and production management. Originates from Massey University, New Zealand.
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This allows the dairyman to focus on the producing end of the operation.
Hoard's Dairyman reports it will introduce a refreshed look for the print magazine as well as the digital newsletters and web sites.
Shipley's winning essay, entitled "Coming into the Barn: Bales of Prose about a Small Dairy Farm," combines those two loves with another - it describes her relationship with a northern Vermont dairyman with whom she fell in love while working on his farm.
the publisher of Hoard's Dairyman magazine, announced today they have completed an agreement to acquire certain intellectual property assets related to the publication Hay & Forage Grower, including its database.
was named 2003 dairyman of the year at the World Dairy Expo at Madison, Wis.
A resident of a small Russian Jewish community, Tevye is a poor but essentially happy dairyman who has a conversational relationship with God.
The research has been ongoing for nearly 18 months, and the testing proved that using Promax in dairy feeds generated consistent and profitable benefits for the dairyman.
Hoard & Sons Company in 1984 and currently serves as the Vice President of Marketing for Hoard's Dairyman.
The Ohio dairyman was cited as one of the state's "greatest drivers, leaders and promoters in today's dairy industry.
The story of Tevye, a Jewish dairyman struggling through daily life in a turn-of-the-century Russian village full of intriguing characters, will play Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays through Jan.
This is a proud moment for the California dairy industry," said Hilmar dairyman and chairman of the California Dairy Quality Assurance (CDQA) program Chuck Ahlem.
Today, the insert has grown to be the nation's leading dairy publication, Hoard's Dairyman.