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We all have a reason for farm safety, now let’s take action.

Cargill is partnering with the National Dairy FARM Program – Farmers Assuring Responsible Management – to help dairy farmers identify safety opportunities specific to their own operations through our online Actionable Safety Review toolAs a thank you, dairy farmers who complete their review will also receive 2 high-visibility, reflective safety ball caps while supplies last.

Live Dairy Safety

 

Utilize our Actionable Safety Review tool to review and record areas for safety opportunities on your dairy.

  • Access safety advice and resources from the Cargill and FARM Team
  • Receive an emailed copy of your completed review to use and save
  • As a thank-you, you will also be mailed 2 high-visibility hats

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Daily electrolytes are an investment in the rumen

It was a little over a year and a half ago when Singing Brook Dairy decided to make concrete changes to their calf program. The 300-cow dairy found that there was too much inconsistency among calf health and performance, which ultimately down the road was affecting their lactating herd’s performance.

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A different dairy perspective

This June Dairy Month we are gaining a different dairy perspective. Cargill asked some of our dairy team members, who don’t come from a dairy or agriculture background – Why they chose a career in the dairy industry and what their perspectives are now that they have been a part of it?

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Cost-effective fly control strategies

Successful fly control on your farm doesn’t have to be costly. What a cost-effective approach requires is a clear understanding of how flies propagate, a written down plan, and consistent management and implementation of your plan. 

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Management strategies for overcrowding

Sustaining high stocking density normally affects subdominant cows the most. Management strategies that address changes in subdominant cow behavior while overstocking can help maximize your herd’s potential.

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