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DairyCast 0278 - Dino Giacomazzi accepts the responsibility of engaging in social media to educate consumers

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  • Dino Giacomazzi has accepted the responsibility of engaging in social media to reach, inform and educate consumers about the dairy industry
  • Visit Dino at http://dinogiacomazzi.com/

DairyCast 0270 - Gates Ridell, AABP, on enhancing the business climate for our products

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  • Dr. Gates Ridell, Executive Vice President of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners, focuses his discussion on protecting our technological advantages

Cost-benefit calculator for RFID now available

Have you ever considered radio frequency identification (RFID)for your herd, but just weren't sure if the benefits outweighed the costs? A new cost-benefit calculator is now available from the Wisconsin Livestock Identification Consortium that can help you make that decision.

 

DairyCast 0247, The benefits and costs of on-farm cultures

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  • Pam Ruegg, University of Wisconsin, addresses the benefits and cost of performing on farm cultures

DairyCast 0245, Opportunities to use technology to make education more effective and efficient

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  • Collin Johnson, Pork Industry Center Extension Program Specialist at Iowa State University, explores the opportunities to use technology to make education more effective and efficient

DairyCast 0241, Part 2 of Vincent Amanor-Boadu's breakdown of the stimulus package

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  • Part 2 of Vincent Amanor-Boadu's breakdown of the stimulus package as it relates to agriculture and rural communities

DairyCast 0240, Breaking down the stimulus bill and what it means for rural America and agriculture

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  • Vincent Amanor-Boadu, economist, breaks down the stimulus bill and what it means for rural America and agriculture. Part 1

Biomethane milk trucks become reality

The first trucks in the United States to be fueled by cow power were unveiled at the World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif. a few weeks ago. Two trucks that normally run on diesel fuel now run on biomethane gas from manure at Hilarides Dairy in Lindsay, Calif.

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