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Hoard's Dairyman began in 1885 and is published 20 times per year. Below are article features that have appeared in our 2015 magazines. If you would like to subscribe to our magazine, click this link.

December 2015


It's like milk price déjà vu all over again
Editorial: Gene Editing has moved to fish and animals
Test your Dairy IQ
Handy Hint December

November 2015


Cheerios provide ration insight
Editorial: The slap has got to go
Are your scales on target?
Handy Hint November

October 25, 2015


Keeping cows cool became their mission
Editorial: Firefighters know the dairy farmer's heart
Seven steps to prepare for slimmer milk checks
Handy Hint October 25

October 10, 2015


It may take a supply correction to restore prices
Figuring out what went wrong
Overcome these high-moisture corn ensiling challenges
Handy Hint October 10

September 25, 2015


Corn silage doesn't bring protein to the table
What's the farm worth to the next generation?
Editorial: The shrinking liquid class
Handy Hint September 25

September 10, 2015


Milk Check Outlook: It's worse than 2009
The DA detective
Editorial: World Dairy Expo has been a "labor of love"
Handy Hint September 10

August 25, 2015


With genomics, simple is best
Editorial: North American's future in a fog
Dairy farms can beat Wall Street
Horsepower versus hearing
Handy Hint August 25

August 10, 2015


Stolen pounds and profit
Seven steps to ensure cold milk
Editorial: Dairy cannot be tossed under the trade bus
Editorial: Keep it in the barn
Handy Hint August 10

July 2015


Our ancestors selected for traits, too
Editorial: Do field-tile lines cause point-source pollution?
U.S. breed composition has been slowly shifting
Handy Hint July

June 2015


Expect a two-year voyage to enact California order
Yakima case a bellwether of future challenges ahead
Does group size matter?
Handy Hint June

May 25, 2015


Editorial: While corn has ethanol, soybeans has China
Editorial: We must get our water priorities in order
What every 18-year-old should know about dairying
Handy Hint May 25

May 10, 2015


Is unsaleable milk good enough for your calves?
Editorial: A nation of waste
Embryo markets have been reinvigorated
Handy Hint May 10

April 25, 2015


Food and nutrition policy must be science-based
Editorial: Fluid milk badly needed a shake-up
April 2015 Hoard's Dairyman Bull List
Handy Hint April 25

April 10, 2015


Renewable fuels changed federal dairy policy
Editorial: Order reform must involve shared risk
Editorial: Digesters have a long way to reach relevancy
Handy Hint April 10

March 25, 2015


Take command of animal care
What are the implications of a California order?
Editorial: Trade talks involve big stakes for Dairy
Handy Hint March 25

March 10, 2015


Fewest dairies exit since tracking began
Editorial: Vaccines work . . . when administered
The cows never lie
Handy Hint March 10

February 25, 2015


Dairy trade rigorously debated
Editorial: The permanent fix for over-aged show calves
The People Side: The road to healing
64th Annual Hoard's Dairyman Round Table: How these farmers got their start
Handy Hint February 25

February 10, 2015


The dirty jobs matter most
Editorial: Review your farm insurance coverage
Milk prices less than last year, but better than 2009
Handy Hint February 10

January 25, 2015


Milk without the moo
Genomic testing more cows would benefit small breeds
Editorial: The world still needs better price discovery
The People Side: Running to beat leukemia
Handy Hint January 25

January 10, 2015


Editorial: Dairy is a gateway for organic marketers
Protect teats from winter's wrath
A dairy "bellwether" drops prices again
Handy Hint January 10

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