What Innovative Dairy Farming Means To You

ALL milk — organic, regular or rbST-free — is good milk.

But, when it comes to making dairy purchases, extensive consumer research and consumer hotline inquiries demonstrate that the majority of consumers care first and foremost about affordability, freshness, taste and nutrition.1

The use of innovative production methods in dairy farming — such as rbST — provide consumers access to safe, nutritious and more environmentally-friendly dairy products at lower costs than alternative methods of production.

Read on to learn more about the impact that the use of efficient dairy production methods can have on costs, consumer choice and the industry’s carbon footprint.

Check out the video below to hear from a dairy manager about milk quality and safety on a dairy farm!

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The Posilac product label (pdf)Link opens in a new window contains complete use information, including cautions and warnings. Always read, understand, and follow the label and use directions.

To increase production of marketable milk in healthy lactating dairy cows, supplement lactating dairy cows every 14 days beginning at 57–70 days in milk until the end of lactation.

1 Luntz Mazlanksy. 2009. Reference Summary for Consumer Market Research.

Recent Research

An independent assessment on rbST titled “Recombinant Bovine Somatotropin (rbST): A Safety Assessment,” was released in July 2009.