DairyCast 0362 - The Facts and Fiction Behind Agriculture's Role in Antimicrobial Resistance - Part 1

mp3DairyCast 0362 Show Notes:
  • Dr. Jared Taylor, DVM and assistant professor at Oklahoma State University, provides the facts, myths and follies regarding agriculture's role in antimicrobial resistance.

DairyCast 0361 - Hitting the target of quality and quantity with our hay crop

mp3DairyCast 0361 Show Notes:
  • Doug Shoup, Agronomist at Kansas State University, shares his advice to hit the target of quality and quantity with your hay crop.

DairyCast 0360 - An Update on Traceability from California State Veterinarian Richard Breitmeyer - Part 2

mp3DairyCast 0360 Show Notes:

DairyCast 0359 - An Update on Traceability from California State Veterinarian Richard Breitmeyer - Part 1

mp3DairyCast 0359 Show Notes:

DairyCast 0358 - The Raw Milk Controversy in Wisconsin

mp3DairyCast 0358 Show Notes:
  • Today we take a look into the raw milk controversy in the state of Wisconsin and the potential impact on the dairy business climate with David Ward, Director of Government Relations in Dairy, Cooperative Network, WI.
  • David recently presented at the NIAA's One Health: Implications for Animal Agriculture, March 15 - 17, 2010, Kansas City, MO, USA. His slides are available here.
  • Raw Milk has recently received more coverage due to illnesses. Now the consumer press and conversations are occurring. To stay on top of these conversations, review the Raw Milk Debate Information Page.

DairyCast 0356 - Making a Difference by Telling Your Story

mp3DairyCast 0356 Show Notes:
  • With the continuing assaults on our dairy industry by animal rights activists, the need for proactive advocacy is greater than ever. In response to the growing educational gap between consumers and the dairy, Dairy Management, Inc. has developed a great solution.

DairyCast update for April 6, 2010, The Capitol Hill Update with Colin Woodall

Recently released and highly anticipated USDA reports illustrated good news for the livestock community, as corn prices continue to trend downward. Hopefully with good weather for the upcoming planting season, feed input prices will remain manageable. I want to broaden our outlook today by taking a look at the business climate for dairy producers and products.

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