Podcast
Trending: Protein and Saturated Fats
July 28, 2014 — We keep hearing about the health benefits of a high protein diet. Dietician and nutritionist Maureen Bligh is with the Dairy Council of California She  joins us again this week to share the top nutrition trends that affect the dairy industry. She reports on the healthy benefits of protein and the latest news […]
Cooling Dry Cows Prevents Future Problems
July 25, 2014 — Dry cows can be challenged under heat conditions. Dr. Mike Hutjens from the University of Illinois joins us on today’s DairyLine to provide some tips and insight on why you should keep your dry cows cool.  
Hershey’s Creamery Unveils Self-Serve Milkshake Machine
July 24, 2014 — Hershey’s Creamery Co.  is making their milkshakes and smoothies more accessible with the new Shake Shop Express, a self-serve frozen drink blending machine. Shake Shop Express is a quick way to get consistently delicious, portion-controlled milkshakes and smoothies on the go. Mark Scharlau, Central Region Vice President tells us more on […]
Shredlage: A New Way of Harvesting Corn Silage
July 23, 2014 — Dairy producers have expressed interest in feeding corn as Shredlage™. University of Wisconsin’s Dr. Randy Shaver shares with DairyLine listeners the latest results after conducting feeding trials to see what makes it tick inside the cow.    
Cutting Edge Dairy at Empire Farm Days
July 22, 2014 — Empire Farm Days is Aug. 5, 6 & 7 at Rodman Lott & Son Farms in Seneca Falls, NY. Manager Melanie Wickham joined us on today’s DairyLine with a preview.  
Consumers Demand Personalization
July 21, 2014 — Over the last few weeks we have been discussing the top trends affecting the dairy industry. We all realize that consumers are more demanding when shopping and dining. Dairy Council of California’s Maureen Bligh joins us again to discuss the unique needs of today’s consumer.  
Monitoring Milk Components During the Heat
July 18, 2014 — This week’s Feed Facts segment, Dr. Mike Hutjens takes a look at milk component testing during the hot summer months.  
Getting the Most From Your Pasteurizer
July 17, 2014 — On-farm pasteurizers have gained in popularity as a way for dairy farmers to utilize the waste milk on their operations. But commonly things go wrong with pasteurizers. What do producers have to keep in mind when utilizing a pasteurizer and feeding waste milk? Dr. Tom Earleywine, technical services director with Land […]
U.S. Producers Have Excellent Track Record Preventing Drug Residues
July 16, 2014 — U.S. Dairy producers have an excellent track record preventing drug residues. Retired veterinarian Dr. David Rhoda joined us on today’s DairyLine to tell us more in this PDPW “Your Bottom Line” segment.  
What’s Your Gut Say About Your Health?
July 14, 2-14 — Do you ever think of all those little bugs that live in your intestines? Research tells us that each one of us has a different set of microbes, including new species that no one knew existed. These microbes can dramatically affect your health and the dairy industry is closely monitoring the issue. […]
background_banner