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Bringing Dreams to Life.

For Over 100 Years.


Maybe you feel the pressure of being the dairy’s next generation. Things keep getting more complicated. Staying profitable is tougher than ever. And on top of that, you want the generation after you to step into a thriving dairy. Lean on us. We can help you navigate new technologies and management practices, so that you can realize your dreams. These are the stories of how Cargill helps dairies thrive.

White Heart Award

People Supporting Dairy Farmers

During this extraordinarily difficult time, we all have read and seen incredible stories of people helping one another. The White Heart Award recognizes and rewards individuals who have selflessly supported a dairy farmer. If you own a dairy and someone has recently helped you in some way, click below to nominate them for this award.

Nominate for White Heart Award

Calf Rehydration: It takes more than you may think

Dehydration in calves experiencing scours is often underestimated. A scouring calf can lose anywhere between 5 and 10% of its body weight in water within one day. There are several ways to help determine a calf's dehydration level.

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Ignite fire safety on the farm

Although the Fourth of July shines light on fire safety for everyone, it’s important to realize how crucial general fire safety is on a dairy year-round. This can be in relation to equipment in the milk house, barns, and so much more. Being prepared for these disasters can save lives and prevent costly damages.

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Mitigating Methane Emissions on Your Dairy

Cattle play an essential role in our population’s food web, but their methane emissions contribute the climate change crisis. With improved strategies for methane mitigation available, we can progress cattle productivity and the farmer’s financial gain, while reducing cattle’s contribution to climate change.

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Precision Nutrition Webinar On-Demand

Dairy producers spend 70% of the farm budget on feed and feeding, with an average budget of 1 million dollars a month for every 5,000 cows. No wonder today’s farmers want to control this cost, precisely. Watch now to hear Sean Nicholson of SBS Ag Dairy, Amelie Mainville, Dairy Nutrition and Technical Services Director of Cargill, and Tyler Bramble of Dairy Tech start-up Cainthus discuss precision nutrition technologies and where you should be investing to get the biggest returns on your farm.

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