DairyCast 0073 for July 3 2007

DairyCast 0073 Show Notes:

DairyCast 0072 for June 29 2007

DairyCast 0072 Show Notes:

  • Elanco - Ivy Animal Health deal from the top
  • Dr. Andrew Sharpley of the University of Arkansas addresses environmental sustainability and a systems approach in this conversation with Bruce Cochrane
  • FFA members coming to a premises near you
  • Editor of Progressive Dairyman previews the next issue

DairyCast 0071 for June 26 2007

DairyCast 0071 Show Notes:

  • Two Heads Are Better Than One! from FastCompany.com
  • Chromium and cow nutrition
  • Animal Welfare conversation with Dr John Deen
  • Update on immigration issue from Dan Murphy

DairyCast 0070 for June 22 2007

DairyCast 0070 Show Notes:

  • HR Roundtable slated for August in DesMoines
  • Western United Dairymen CEO Michael Marsh on partnering for methane-based energy production
  • Remove variability from your system to maximize individual productivity 

DairyCast 0069 for June 19 2007

DairyCast 0069 Show Notes:

  • 20,000 Quebec cattlemen sue government on BSE issues
  • Issues outside the U.S. affecting milk prices
  • National Compost Dairy Barn Conference
  • Mike Brouk looks at Acidosis
  • E. Coli studies with Guy Loneragan
  • A review of Johne's by Dr. Bruce Lamb

DairyCast 0068 for June 15 2007

DairyCast 0068 Show Notes:

  • Looking at equipment evolution with Doug Reinemann
  • Management Consultant Don Tyler on emerging and cross-cultural management training
  • Spanish dairy training modules from Wisconsin Extension. Link for more information.

DairyCast 0067 for June 12 2007

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DairyCast 0066 for June 8 2007

DairyCast 0066 Show Notes:
  • Chuck Knapp with the law firm Faegre & Benson in Minneapolis talking about immigration issues
  • Mike Blaser with the Brown Winnick Law Firm in Des Moines addressing environmental issues

DairyCast 0065 for June 5 2007


DairyCast 0065 Show Notes:
  • Rick Grant with the Miner Institute looks at Stocking Density issues
  • BSE backgrounder - Why the Japanese do what they do
  • Agrability Project important to producers with disabilities.

DairyCast 0064a for June 1 2007


DairyCast 0064a Show Notes:
  • Special episode - Roundtable Discussion on rbST featuring Dr. Terry Etherton, Distinguished Professor of Animal Nutrition and Head of the Department of Dairy and Animal Science at Penn State; Dr. Dale E. Bauman, Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor of Animal Science and Nutrition, Cornell University; and Dr. Robert Collier, Professor, University of Arizona
  • Terry Etherton Blogspot
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