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Milk production up 2.5% in August

by Milk production in the U.S. in August totaled 17.2 billion pounds up 2.5 percent from August of 2013. The nation's dairy herd increased 47,000 head from a year ago to 9.28 million cows. Production per cow increased 37 pounds to average 1,856 but ... Brownfield Network, 14 hours ago
USDA: U.S. Milk Output Up 2.5% in August AgWeb.com, 14 hours ago
Goa to have another milk cooperative; sends plan to Centre Business Standard India, 20 hours ago

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Parag Dairy may look at an IPO next year, strategic sale on hold

Pune-based Parag Milk Foods Pvt Ltd (Parag), which was reportedly in talks with various strategic players to sell out a majority stake, may look at floating an initial public offer (IPO) next year, a senior executive of the... Register Now ...
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European Milk Board Calls for 2% Milk Production Cuts

The European Milk Board (EMP) is calling for voluntary milk production cuts of 2% to ease the situation on dairy market after the Russian boycott of European Union dairy products, reports Wilfried Wesselink, Dairy Today's European correspondent. ...
 AgWeb.com23 hours ago European Milk Board Calls for 2 Milk Production Cuts  Big News Network15 hours ago Foundation stone laid for milk unit in Jorhat  Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago Dairy owners use hair bleach chemical to prolong life of milk officials  Hindustan Times1 month ago
Times of India

Deal Alert: Free a2 Milk 2 Week Trial

If you've ever had problems with milk or dairy products a2 could be the answer, they're offering a free 2 week trial of their milk to those who send their details in via a private message on Facebook. Once sent, a2 will send out a booklet ...
 Money1 day ago Dairy company praises recent milk deal  Get Farming1 day ago The relationship between milk and dairy consumption and disease risk  Medical News Today2 days ago Drinking milk keeps your heart healthy  Sify1 day ago
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Drinking Milk Daily Protects the Heart: Study

Risk of high blood pressure declined with an increase in the consumption of total or low-fat dairy products and milk. Olga Filonenko/Flickr Drinking milk every day can keep the heart healthy, says a new study. Researchers from the Wageningen ...
 International Business Times India1 day ago Milk fat and associated fat-soluble nutrients in infant formula to benefit brain development.  Radio Pakistan2 days ago Drinking milk may keep your heart healthy  Siasat Daily4 days ago Drinking milk related to reduced blood pressure  Irish Times3 days ago
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Irish Examiner

EU milk prices continue to fall in all countries

According to DairyCo the July EU weighted average milk price stood at €37.23/100kg (30.40ppl), down €0.39/100kg (1.0%) on the previous month. Compared with the previous year, the weighted average EU price for July was up €0.92/100kg (2.5%), ...
 Farming Life2 days ago Farmers back action over milk prices  BBC1 day ago Sour milk price taste  Stuff.co.nz1 day ago Milk protests won't improve prices, says NFU  Farmers Weekly Interactive2 days ago
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Cheese, Yogurt And Milk Could Hold The Secret To Lowering Diabetes Risk

If you love your dairy, then today could be your day, as new research suggests that eating high-fat dairy food is great for lowering your health risk of diabetes. Dairy-lovers who consume eight or more portions of high-fat dairy produce each ...
 Huffington Post UK4 days ago Dairy products could cut risk of type 2 diabetes: study  CTV News2 days ago Dairy products could help cut type 2 diabetes risk  Yahoo! Singapore3 days ago Big Intake of High-Fat Dairy May Be Protective for Diabetes  American Journal of Public Health3 days ago
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A Glass of Milk Daily and Other Dairy Products Can Save Your Heart

A number of studies have shown that certain foods act as cholesterol busters and help in improving healthy heart functions. Here's more good news for dairy lovers. A study recently presented at the 12th Euro Fed Lipid Congress in France, states ...
 NDTV3 days ago A Glass of Milk Daily Can Save Your Heart  NDTV3 days ago Veggies every day keep heart disease at bay  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Deputy resigns over milk report

A Guernsey deputy has resigned from the commerce and employment department over its Dairy Industry report. The report calls for an end to fixed prices and a tightening of the ban on milk imports. He said milk distributors were being ...
 BBC2 days ago Milk supply not to be hit, says B'lore Dairy  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago
Money Today

Smartcard to ease shopping at Mother Dairy booths

How many times have you shopped for fruits, vegetables and milk at a Mother Dairy outlet and realised that for want of the 'exact change' you had to either buy something extra or remain content with a signed scrap of paper to denote the money the ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Now, use a smart card to buy milk at Mother Dairy outlets  Money Today3 weeks ago Mother Dairy launches 'SmartChange Card'  Prokerala3 weeks ago
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