States like Nebraska are actively working to recruit and retain dairy producers and processors.
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Milk prices are beginning to turn the corner, and some experts predict an average milk price of $18 or higher isn’t far off.
Outside factors still weigh on the industry, but 2020 could be the light at the end of the dairy tunnel.
"Every opportunity we have to interact with the public is a way for us to strengthen our relationships,” says Mona Pagel, Pagel's Ponderosa Dairy, Kewaunee, Wisconsin.
To stem the tide of slipping sales, the industry is working diligently to develop new products and new market outlets.
Productivity means more than just total milk production to this Wisconsin producer.
Producers have shifted their attention from cows that look good and produce the most milk, to metrics that look at overall efficiency and longevity in the milking herd.
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