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About Michigan Dairy Review

The Michigan Dairy Review is produced at Michigan State University for the state's dairy producers, farm employees, industry professionals, and dairy-related businesses.It includes management tips, research summaries of new developments in dairy science, management, production, economics, and alerts and reminders of upcoming seasonal management actions.

The MDR was first published in 1996 as a project of the MSU Dairy Programs Group, which includes the MSU Extension, research and teaching faculty and staff in the field and on campus. The MDR is published in January, April, July, and October and is mailed without charge to subscribers.To be added to the MDR subscription list send your request via email including your name and address to mdr@msu.edu. Write "MDR Subscription" in the email subject line.

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Permission to translate and reprint from MDR is granted provided that the intended meaning is not changed and that explicit credit is given to the authors and publication source. If the original article is adapted or changed please send facsimile (517-432-0147) of the new version to the Publisher for verification and approval. Product and service names are used only for the sake of clarity and in no way imply endorsement over similar products or services which may be just as effective.

Michigan State University is an affirmative-action, equal-opportunity employer. Michigan State University Extension programs and materials are open to all without regard to race, color, national origin, gender, gender identity, religion, age, height, weight, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, marital status, family status or veteran status.

Michigan Dairy Review is published and mailed to all Michigan dairy farmers and individuals working in allied industries. With its ever increasing on-line presence, the MDR target audience has spread beyond Michigan and the U.S.; today electronic subscribers are located in places such as Australia, The Scandinavia, Italy, Mexico, Ireland, Peru, and New Zealand.  

The MDR is the primary communications vehicle for research findings, extension programming, and teaching between faculty and staff in MSU dairy programs and the dairy industry. The MDR web site is paid for by the C. E. Meadows Endowment.