Missouri Alternatives Center Library

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Title: The family cow
Author: Dirk van Loon
Published: Pownal, VT : Storey Communications , c1976

Summary: This is a basic book for the family that decides to keep a cow. Chapters include the history and behavior of the cow, nutritional needs, buying a cow-- sources, breeds and factors to consider, handling techniques, housing and fencing, feeds and feeding for cow and calf, milking and uses of milk, health and diseases, breeding and calving, growing feed crops and use of manure.

ISBN: 0882660667
Call Number: 71.1 VAN
Subjects: Cattle , Cattle, dairy , Dairy production , Milk

Title: Organic dairy farming
Author: Laura Benson
Contributors: Kickapoo Organic Resource Network
Second Author: Robert Zirkel
Published: Gays Mills, WI : Orang-utan Press , 1996, c1995

Summary: There are chapters providing background to organic production, obstacles to conversion to organic production, herd health issues, organic cropping systems, rotational grazing, marketing and certification.

ISBN: 0963798219
Call Number: 71.12 ORG
Subjects: Cattle, dairy , Dairy production , Organic certification , Organic dairy farming , Organic farming

Title: The real dirt : farmers tell about organic and low-input practices in the Northeast
Contributors: Edited by Miranda Smith and members of the Northeast Organic Association and Cooperative Extension
Published: Burlington, VT : Northeast Region SARE/ACE , c1994

Summary: Based on interviews with more than 60 farmers in 8 states, this book provides an overview of the techniques and systems that organic and low-input farmers relied upon from 1989 to 1991. Sections cover management of soil, pest, crops, livestock and dairy, marketing concerns, transition and whole-farm design.

Call Number: 53 REA
Subjects: Crop production , Dairy production , Farm management and decision making , Livestock , Marketing , Organic farming , Reduced chemical inputs , Soil management

Title: Three farms : making milk, meat, and money from the American soil
Author: Mark Kramer
Published: Cambridge, MA : Harvard University Press , c1987

Summary: An updated version of an earlier work, the author, in setting to understand why there are so many abandoned farms and ruined farmers and what forces are shaping agriculture, describes three farms at work: a small independent dairy farm, a subsidized hog farm, and a huge corporate farm.

ISBN: 0674889363
Call Number: 80 KRA
Subjects: Agribusiness , Alternative agriculture, advocacy , Dairy production , Family farms , Farm life , Farmers , Incorporated farms


Title: The Goatowner's guide to milking machines
Author: Diane Gray
Published: Wauchula, FL : Stringalong Enterprises , c1997

Summary: There are chapters on the types of milking machines, how they work, vacuum pumps, milker buckets, pulsators, shells, inflations and claws, regulators, using your machine, cleanup, buying and refurbishing a used machine, repairing pulsators, milk room design for machine milking, maintenance and trouble shooting.

Call Number: 71.61 GRA
Subjects: Dairy production , Goats , Goats, dairy , Milk

Title: Greenhouse barns for dairy housing
Contributors: Authors, David Kammel ... [et. al.]
Published: Ames, IA : Midwest Plan Service , c1996

Summary: This publication summarizes information about greenhouse barn design. It discusses economic factors that can be used to analyze layouts and construction alternatives and compares costs with those of conventional post frame structures.

Call Number: 71.103
Subjects: Barns , Dairy production , Greenhouses, construction

Title: the Organic decision : transitionaing to organic dairy production
Author: Department of Applied Economics and Management
Second Author: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Published: Ithaca, NY : Cornell University , 2002

Summary: A step by step book to help you plan for transitioning to organic dairy production.

Call Number: 86.2 ORG
Subjects: Alternative agriculture , Dairy production , Dairy products , Farm management and decision making , Marketing , Milk , Organic farming

Title: The profitability of four sustainable farms in Minnesota
Contributors: Charlene Chan-Muehlbauer, Douglas Gunnink, Jodi Dansingburg
Published: Marine on St. Croix, MN : Land Stewardship Project , 1994

Summary: The farms profiled for these case-studies are operated with different philosophies and approaches and all have developed operations that do not rely on purchased inputs such as chemical soluble fertilizers. Each farm (three raise field crops, three have dairy operations, one has diversified livestock) is managed as a whole, integrated operation in which soil, crops and livestock are interdependent. The farms earn above average income by minimizing production costs, focusing on increasing profits instead of increasing yields and learning from natural systems. The second printing, Nov. 1994, has an expanded introduction and includes the phrase "An agriculture that makes sense" at head of title.

Call Number: 50.9 PRO
Subjects: Alternative field crops , Crop production , Dairy production , Livestock , Sustainable agriculture

Title: Profitable pratices and strategies for a new generation
Published: Lincoln, NE : Center for Rural Affairs for the North Central Initiative for Small Farm Profitability , 2002

Summary: case studies prepared by the Center for Rural Affairs for the North Central Initiative for Small Farm Profitability

Call Number: 50.9 PRO
Subjects: Alternative agriculture , Alternative field crops , Beef , Beginning farming , Cattle , Cattle, beef , Cattle, dairy , Cooperatives and cooperation , Dairy production , Family farms , Family life , Hogs , Pork

Title: The small dairy resource book : information sources for farmstead producers and processors
Author: Vicki H. Dunaway
Contributors: a project of the Southern Region Sustainable Agriculture Research and Eduction (SARE) program of the USDA
Published: Beltsville, MD : Sustainable Agriculture Network , c2000

Summary: This publication is a collection of information resources on various topics related to on-farm and small-scale processing of dairy products. Each entry is accompanied by a descriptive note. Topics include cheese, butter, ice cream, other dairy foods, dairy processing, food safety, business and marketing, animals, and feeds and grazing. There are tips on how to find information interspersed throughout the booklet.

Call Number: 86.2 DUN
Subjects: Dairy production , Dairy products , Food processing


Title: Farmstead Dairy Day Conference2 : November 2, 1999
Published: Janesville, WI : William Tell Productions , c2000

Call Number: 86.2 FAR
Subjects: Dairy production , Dairy products , Value-added

Title: Farmstead Dairy Day Conference1 : November 2, 1999
Published: Janesville, WI : William Tell Productions , c2000

Call Number: 86.2 FAR
Subjects: Dairy production , Dairy products , Value-added

Title: Naturally fertile fields : increasing dairy profits through proper manure management
Published: Washington, D.C. : USDA, Soil Conservation Service , 1993

Subjects: Dairy production , Fertility , Manure , Pasture management

Title: Organic milk : includes tease countdown pkg
Contributors: Jenna Higgins
Published: Columbia , MO : [University of Missouri System Extension Service], Cooperative Video Group , 1999

Call Number: 71.12 ORG
Subjects: Dairy production , Milk


Title: Stockman Grass Farmer : 1992 N. American Dairy Conference : Why I went to seasonal dairying
Published: [Ridgeland, MS] : Stockman Grass Farmer , 1992?

Call Number: 71.12 STO
Subjects: Cattle, dairy , Dairy production


Walk-Through Trap to Control Horn Flies on Cattle (University of Missouri)
Value Added Dairy Options (ATTRA)
Understanding Milk and Cheese Regulations (Lincoln University )
Starting Your Own Dairy Farm (University of Wisconsin)
Small Dairy (Cornell University)
Raising Dairy Heifers on Pasture (ATTRA)
Questions You Should Answer Before Starting A New Dairy Processing Enterprise (Cornell University)
A Mentor-Intern Handbook for Dairy and Livestock Farmers (CIAS)
Managing a Dairy Cow (University of Florida)
Greenhouse Barns for Dairy Housing (Midwest Plan Services (Extension))
Grass-based Dairying (ATTRA)
Direct Marketing of Dairy Products (NRCS)
Dairy Your Way (MISA)
Dairy Processing (The American Livestock Breeds Conservancy)
Dairy Heifer Production (Penn State University)
Dairy Grazing: Pasture Management (University of Missouri)
Dairy-beef Production (Penn State University)
Dairy Beef (University of Minnesota)
Dairy Beef (ATTRA)
Crop Rotation Planning for Dairy Farms (Penn State University)

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