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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Recently, one other Washington dairyman has begun producing methane power in Eastern Washington.
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LANCASTER - Self-taught artist Jane Pinheiro spent nearly 35 years painting and drawing the desert wildflowers of the Antelope Valley, where she came in 1941 with her dairyman husband.
The story which centres around Tevye, a dairyman, shows his struggle to hold on to tradition as the world around him changes.
Chevington, a soft mould ripened cheese made with rich Jersey milk, was created in the 1880s by dairyman John Annett but was only made for a few years - it was revived earlier this year.
The others are North Ceredigion farmer Philip Palmer Morgan of Bryngwyn Farm, near Llanon, and Pembrokeshire dairyman John Weston-Arnold of Trellyffaint Farm, near Nevern.
Gone are the days when a dairyman could create his financial statement on a napkin as he lunched with his contemporaries at the local eatery.
RETIRED DAIRYMAN Walt Staal of Elmira holds one of his prized gamecocks.
Co-owner Stuart Osha, a sixth-generation Vermont dairyman, is available to show off his farm's rare old breeds that range from Plymouth Barred Rock chickens and Horned Dorset sheep to Brown Swiss and Lineback cows.
Sadly, they refused to accept evidence of a link with increased mastitis, infertility and lameness in cattle, which no dairyman can afford.
1908-14) include Jewish Children , The Old Country, Tevye, the Dairyman, and Adventures of Mottel, the Cantor's Son.
This concept has been five years in the making and we feel that we have created a system that a dairyman can appreciate, regulators can approve and an end-user can depend on," explains Russ Davis, President of Organix.