Dairyline Podcasts

NDPO Update with Gary Genske

The National Dairy Producers Organization (NDPO) continues to grow and hopes to one day have all 45,000 dairy producers united as one. Gary Genske, a dairy producer in New Mexico and California joined us on Monday to update listeners on NDPO. Here's the complete ten-minute interview with

Feeding Technologies Are Available to Help Calves Thrive

Dr. Tom Earleywine of Land O' Lakes Animal Milk Products joins us again for another installment of "We Care For Calves." This month we discuss feeding technologies that are available to help calves thrive, regardless of the weather conditions.

Forage Quality Factors

Forage quality in 2014 will dictate what happens in 2015. Dr. Mike Hutens from the University of Illinois shares his insights in this weeks "Feed Facts" segment heard on DairyLine Radio.

Thinking Fast and Slow

"Thinking Fast and Slow" is a book written by Nobel Prize winner Daniel Kahneman. The book delves into how we, as people, think. Scott Stewart, CEO of Stewart-Peterson Inc. shares with us his insights after reading the book.  

10 Questions to Ask Before Investing in Manure Management

Jeremy Sanford from GEA Farm Technologies joined us on DairyLine and shared with us a top ten list of questions everyone should ask before investing in manure management.

Weigh Your Calves Instead of Taping Them

Why should dairy producers be using weigh tapes or scales? Jeff Johnson from Purina Animal Nutrition joined us on today's DairyLine Radio broadcast to shed some light on the subject.



CME Traders Saw an Aberration

Traders at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange saw an “aberration” Thursday morning, according to Jerry Dryer, editor of the Dairy and Food Market Analyst, in Friday’s DairyLine. He was talking about the 27 carloads of barrel cheese that came and went at the CME, which actually rais

Feed Bunk Management with Mike Hutjens

This week's Feed Facts radio segment focuses on feeding considerations with the focus on feed bunk management. Dr. Mike Hujtens, dairy extension specialist at the University of Ilinois explains.