Glenn County
University of California
Glenn County


B Karle
Specific programs in Dairy Science address the complex issues of animal health and welfare, dairy waste management, and water quality. Programs are developed locally, but have a national scope, serving to improve the quality and safety of milk and dairy foods and to encourage environmentally sound dairy management.

Betsy M. Karle



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California Dairy Newsletter

Keeping Dairy Producers Informed and Up-To-Date On Dairy Issues and University Research.

Issue Type Date Added
California Dairy Newsletter - September 2018 (500KB) PDF 9/12/18
California Dairy Newsletter - May 2018 (870KB) PDF 5/18/18
California Dairy Newsletter - February 2018 (697KB) PDF 2/27/18
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ANR News Blog

Suicide prevention a topic for UCCE webinar

The dire economic straits in which many California dairy operators find themselves have prompted UC Cooperative Extension to collaborate with other agencies to provide a suicide prevention online seminar, according to an article in Dairy Herd...

Posted on Thursday, June 11, 2009 at 10:46 AM

Climate change reports don't panic Kings County farmers

Reports about climate change in the current issue of California Agriculture journal are taken with a brave face by Kings County farmers and officials, according to a story published in the Hanford Sentinel. Reporter Sean Nidever provided highlights in...

Posted on Friday, April 17, 2009 at 11:42 AM

Sen. Florez begins efforts to improve animal welfare

California State Senator Dean Florez (D-Shafter) has introduced a bill that would ban the practice of docking dairy cow tails, according to a story in Capital Press.  Calling the practice of severing cows' tails unnecessary and cruel, Florez said...

Posted on Tuesday, February 24, 2009 at 1:32 PM
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