- Reducing energy on dairy farms. Petersen, Dana // Wallaces Farmer;Jun2012, Vol. 137 Issue 6, p31
The article focuses on reducing the use of energy in the dairy farms.
- Your most important job? Safety. Jones, Tammy // Farm & Dairy;8/21/2014, Vol. 100 Issue 48, pA28
The article presents safety tips for workers working at dairy farms.
- Looking Back. // Farm & Dairy;8/21/2014, Vol. 100 Issue 48, pC6
The article presents several photographs showing the historical background of dairy farming in Ohio.
- Crying out for local nourishment. // Building Design;7/3/2009, Issue 1875, p9
The article argues against the demise of small and medium-scale dairy farming in Great Britain due to the failure of recognising the value of local economies and the damage brought to them by global market forces.
- How to get succeed with contented cows. // New Hampshire Business Review;9/27/96, Vol. 18 Issue 20, p12
Opinion. Commends the New Hampshire dairy farms' implementation of changes in dairying in a way that benefits both the cows and the milk industry. Traditional dairying routines that were discarded to make way for dairying techniques that are more comfortable for cows; Production of more milk...
- Equity managers look to the top. // New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Jul2011, Vol. 86 Issue 12, p40
The article presents the results of a 2011 survey which revealed that 80 percent of equity managers in New Zealand dairy farms look at their positions, not as a destination, but as a stepping stone towards owning a dairy farm.
- Repairing fences destroyed in track building for Robert Craig. Craig, Robert // Farmers Weekly;3/2/2012, Vol. 157 Issue 9, p76
The author offers an update on his dairy farm in Great Britain as of March 2012 including the interest by highly qualified candidates and students in jobs at the farm, the fencing and track building work he accomplished and the selection of First Milk as milk buyer for his new venture.
- Fair trade talks. Good, Jane // Harrowsmith Country Life (11908416);Mar/Apr95, Vol. 19 Issue 121, p11
Describes how the author and her husband made an arrangement with a dairy farmer who rented their fields. Farmer's activities and its effect on the use of the rest of the farm; Concern about the use of pesticides and road access to the lake; Rental fee; Benefits of provincial farm tax rebate...
- Getting the soil 'right.'. Waugh, John // New Zealand Dairy Exporter;Feb2007, Vol. 82 Issue 7, p40
The article provides information on the Sproull Farm in Manawatu, New Zealand. The farm is owned by Daniel and Jenny Sproull, Bob and Di Sproull, and Richard and Beth Algie. A brief description of the dairy farm are mentioned. The owners plan to expand their unit considerably while still...