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Latest Issue of Journal of Dairy Science Now Available

Monday February 23, 2015

The ADSA GSD invites you to the next installment of the Pioneers in Dairy Science webinar series

Wednesday February 11, 2015
Webinar date: February 18, 2015 at 12:00 pm CST
Observations during a Career in Teaching and Research
Dr. David (Dave) R Mertens

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Recipients for the 2015 ADSA Member-Author Loyalty Rewards Program announced

Monday February 2, 2015

To provide page charge relief to loyal ADSA members who are core contributing authors to the Journal of Dairy Science, ADSA is continuing the Member-Author Loyalty Rewards Program begun last year. The recipients listed are acknowledged for having published papers in volumes 95, 96, and 97 (2012–2014) of the Journal of Dairy Science. Recipients are exempt from page charges (up to 10 pages) for one article published or accepted in the year following the qualifying period (2015 for the 2012–2014 period). ADSA recognizes and thanks the following ADSA members for their significant contributions to, and support of, the Journal of Dairy Science, ADSA, and the global dairy industry.


ADSA joins in Coalition Letter

Tuesday April 1, 2014

ADSA joined with 87 other science and agricultural organizations in urging support for Section 1433 Continuing Animal Health and Disease, Food Security, and Stewardship Research, Education and Extension Programs in the fiscal year 2015 Agriculture Appropriations bill. This will support a new competitive research grants mechanism to address critical priorities in food security, one health and stewardship.


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Industry News

FDA’s survey of milk finds few drug residues
3/5/2015 08:39:00 AM

The FDA today announced results from its milk sampling survey, involving the testing of nearly 2,000 dairy farms for drug residues in milk. More than 99 percent of the samples are free of drug residues of concern-- underscoring the safety of the US milk supply. Look for more analysis at DairyHerd.com later in the day.

When milk profits go down the drain
3/4/2015 11:00:00 PM

You lose when you pour valuable milk and butterfat down the drain. You lose again when you have to pay excess sewage fees. Here’s how to control shrinkage in your dairy plant.

Ethnic cheeses from Karoun Dairies find a mainstream audience
3/4/2015 11:00:00 PM

Karoun Dairies started out making cheeses for ethnic markets. Today, the cheesemaker is tapping into mainstream America’s taste for feta, queso fresco, labne and other specialty cheeses and cultured dairy foods.

Hudsonville Ice Cream releases new limited-edition flavors
3/4/2015 11:00:00 PM

Holland, Mich.-based Hudsonville Ice Cream released several new limited-edition flavors this year.

What's In Store 2015: Dairy trends forecast
3/4/2015 09:31:41 AM

“Protein” is the new buzzword among today’s consumers, and retailers can capitalize on this trend by marketing their dairy departments as wellness destinations where shoppers can find natural foods, clean ingredient lists, and, of course, products rich in protein.

ADSA Answers Frequently Asked Questions

Why is the JAM ending after the 2016 Meeting?

In response to ongoing discussions, I want to reaffirm that ADSA remains fixed upon sustaining and continuing the Joint Annual Meeting (JAM)...


What is the JDS Endowment Fund?

The purpose of the JDS Endowment fund is to produce investment income to replace member page charges (currently $85/page), thereby eliminating the financial burden on members who publish...



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