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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 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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Yogurt manufacturers are getting innovative and capitalizing on the diversity of yogurt with niche products and appealing to a wider audience. Whole-fat and low-sugar varieties are part of the mix.
Oil prices are falling, but you know they will increase eventually. Now is the time to investigate (and invest in) alternatives, like digesters, geothermal, solar and wind.
The Wisconsin Dairy Products Association has issued a call for judges for its championship dairy product contest.
Mild temperatures lead to modest price declines. Prices remained relatively low at most market locations during an uneventful week with mild temperatures and relatively low demand from both the heating and cooling sectors in most regions. Henry Hub spot prices fell from $2.67/MMBtu last Wednesday to $2.58/MMBtu yesterday, and price movements across much of the country were similar. At the Chicago Citygate, prices fell from $2.60/MMBtu last Wednesday to $2.54/MMBtu yesterday, hitting a weekly low of $2.48/MMBtu on Friday. At the PG&E Citygate in San Francisco, prices fell from $2.91/MMBtu last Wednesday to $2.86/MMBtu yesterday.
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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