Dairy Dreams Shared.

You Live for these Dreams.

Your family. Your cows. The future of your business. Cargill helps feed these dreams of more milk production, better component efficiency, higher income over feed costs, heathier calves or simply a better quality of life. These are the stories of dreams meeting reality. These are the stories of how Cargill helps dairies thrive.

Help Us Donate 100,000 Servings of Milk

Cargill will donate 3 servings of milk to The Great American Milk Drive for every person who shares how they care for dairy animals using the HerdFirst Facebook frame and #putyourherdfirst. From now until October 31, 2018 we can give up to 100,000 servings of milk with your help.

You can find the HerdFirst Facebook frame by going to your Facebook profile and clicking Update Profile Picture, Add Frame, and typing HerdFirst into the search box.

Have fun sharing your positive images and stories with consumers, and helping get hungry families and children the nutrition they need to thrive.

Harvesting Corn Silage

Harvesting corn silage, and taking the time to do it right, can reap tremendous benefits throughout the rest of the year. Read more about tips to utilize from start to finish to capture higher quality.

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Partnership is their Key to Success

Bru-Crest Farms may be members of Cargill’s Six Pound Club, but that has not stopped them from continuously raising the bar and looking for areas of improvement, “Our goal is to always try and do better and see where we can go with it.” And that’s exactly what they have done.

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What Seemed Normal was Really Opportunity

When you’ve worked with someone for 30 years there is a level of comfort that is hard to leave. That was the case for Eddie Nunes, Jr. who manages Edward Nunes Dairy, a 2,000-cow operation in Escalon, California, with three of his brothers. 

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Handling Cattle around Robotic Milkers

Safety is a priority in the work we do, and we share that with everyone we cross paths with on a given day. Much has been written about handling cows on their way to the parlor and in the holding area, but less information is available on ways to stay safe on robotic milking dairies. Milking cows with robots presents some unique challenges in cow movement, and these are several principles I encourage my customers to keep in mind.

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