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The Dairy Edge is Teagasc’s dairy podcast for farmers. Presented by Emma-Louise Coffey with the latest information, insights and opinion to improve your dairy farm performance. Visit the show page at: https://www.teagasc.ie/animals/dairy/the-dairy-edge-podcast/
 
Dairy Stream focuses on policy, sustainability, market trends, new technology and farmer involvement. This podcast is co-produced by the Dairy Business Association and Edge Dairy Farmer Cooperative, sister organizations that fight for effective dairy policy in Wisconsin and Washington, D.C.
 
DairyVoice is a podcast, with new episodes available twice a month. The series has an exclusive focus on dairy producers and associated industry professionals that need help with cost-savings, efficiency, and other invaluable industry information. The podcast series, features expert speakers from across the United States on topics such as Cow Comfort, Business Management, dairy cash flow, and other current industry issues that arise.
 
The Your Dairy Checkoff podcast is a collaboration between national and local checkoff organizations to showcase examples of how dairy promotion programs are working together to build dairy sales and consumption as well as consumer trust in today’s changing marketplace to maximize dairy farmers checkoff investment. Each episode will be hosted by dairy farmers or industry experts. Listeners will hear dairy farmer conversations on local, national, and global dairy promotion including consumer ...
 
A podcast series presented by the International Dairy Foods Association and Blimling and Associates. The Dairy Download is a 30-minute podcast hosted by Phil Plourd and Kathleen Noble Wolfley of Blimling and Associates that covers dairy market news and offers fresh guest commentary on the consumer and policy trends shaping dairy. Breezy and informative, The Dairy Download takes listeners through a top-line report on the CME dairy markets, and then dives into the headlines and trends shaping ...
 
The Business of Dairy podcast will look at aspects of management of dairy businesses from both within the farm gate and outside the farm gate, speaking to farmers and service providers with skills, information and knowledge of value to you and your business. We will bring to you monthly discussions on topics that will grow your knowledge and understanding of management areas that will drive strong farm business performance into the future. This series is brought to you by the NSW DPI Dairy B ...
 
Get an insight into the future of cattle breeding. Learn from experts in beef and dairy farming. Listen to The BreedCast — your podcast series on innovative breeding. Are you running out of time to read all the stories and tips on innovative dairy farming? How about taking the latest news with you where ever you go — right in your ears? The BreedCast is a podcast series for dairy and beef producers around the world — produced by VikingGenetics. We invite experts to share their best tips on h ...
 
Best selling author JJ Flizanes brings easy ways to cook, eat and snack within a paleo diet. All recipes are gluten free and dairy free and make it easy and delicious to be on a paleo, grain free diet. Whether you are a great cook or not, these recipes are easy and some can be modified to make them vegan as well. Lose weight, reduce inflammation and eliminate cravings and still love your food that is paleo, gluten free, grain free, soy free and dairy free. JJ will show you how to work with o ...
 
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Willie Buckley, Veterinary Surgeon at Riverview Veterinary Group in Bandon and Animal Health Ireland, Cellcheck Technical Working Group member, joins Stuart Childs on this week’s Dairy Edge podcast to discuss the January change in legislation that now means that blanket dry cow antibiotic use is a thing of the past. Willie explains why the legislat…
 
Have you ever wondered what it means when someone says so and so animal is from their best doe/dam line? Do you know what makes a strong dam line? Listen in on what Danielle and Jon think best describes what a strong dam line is to them and if they think they have it in their respective herds. http://www.dairygoatpodcast.com…
 
This month our focus is on technology and my guest is Dr Nicolas Lyons, who is Leader Dairy with the NSW DPI dairy team. Nico has had a career shaped by his involvement with dairy farm technology, both in research and on farm implementation. Technology used on dairy farms and agriculture in general is ever evolving and, if suited to the farm and fa…
 
The back of the barn is where your herd eats, lies, drinks, walks and lives the majority of their lives - make sure it's as comfortable as possible! Dr. Mike Wolf, consulting veterinarian for VES-Artex, will walk us through the freestall barn and provide tangible suggestions to improve the comfort of your cows for both the short and long term.…
 
In this episode of the Progressive Dairy Podcast, host Kimmi Devaney talks with Davon Cook about how peer groups and advisory boards can improve your farm by bringing additional perspective to your management decisions. Here’s a breakdown of the episode: Davon tells us how she helps dairy producers with their businesses. [~1:08] What trends have yo…
 
Taranaki dairy farmer Kane Brisco nearly walked away from farming, worn down by the constant physical and mental strains of the job. But at his lowest, he started figuring out practical ways to cope with stress and recharge his passion for life on the land. In this episode, Kane shares the tools he’s developed – ranging from breathwork to boxing – …
 
Linnea Sage, Tom Crowley, Mike Wozniak, Henry Paker, Nadia Kamil join in this month as we provide a live version of the podcast at the same time as performing the ancient vows of holy matrimony for a couple called Tanya and Bob. Stock media provided by Setuniman/Pond5.com and Soundrangers/Pond5.com Music credits courtesy of epidemicsound.com: Follo…
 
In this episode walk about Skinwalker Rach and the land they cursed and some spoopy stories at the end. Stick around for more spoopy episodes to be released for the next few weeks. The Dairy Aisle Podcast (@thedairyaisle) https://linktr.ee/thedairyaisle --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thedairyaisle/messageSupport this podcast: https:…
 
From worker shortages to wage pressures, employers across the country are facing labor challenges – and the agricultural industry is no exception. In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, we speak with two guests on the forefront of today’s workforce struggles. First up is Congressman Dan Newhouse, who represents Washington state’s fourth congr…
 
While it is a fairly unpopular topic among most dairymen, the carbon neutrality goal for 2050 has been declared by leaders of the dairy industry to ensure we are meeting the desires of consumers. This month Dr. Frank Mitloehner joins us from UC Davis to discuss his article is titled, “Defining a pathway to climate neutrality for US dairy cattle pro…
 
This dairy foods entrepreneur is committed to his dairy farmer partners and suppliers along with his local community. James Munn founded Black River Valley Natural with his wife Bethany to provide top quality artisan dairy products while helping to revitalize his hometown of Lyons Falls, New York. In this episode, Munn shares with host Joel Hasting…
 
Deer Run Dairy in Kewaunee County takes a holistic approach to sustainability focusing on no-till, cover crops, methane reduction and more. Dairy Stream host Mike Austin talks with Duane Ducat, owner of Deer Run Dairy, and Lauren Brey, managing director of Farmers for Sustainable Food about Deer Run Dairy being recognized as one of four Outstanding…
 
Tune in with our dairy farmer hosts, Indiana's Jill Houin and California's Erin Nutcher, as they talk with Mike Brown, Sr., category manager for Kroger, and Tim Cooley, chief operating officer for American Dairy Association North East, talk about the present state and future of the dairy case, why milk and alternatives are placed together and what …
 
For this week’s podcast version of the Let’s Talk Dairy webinar series, Stuart Childs, Teagasc Dairy Specialist, discusses the changes to the closed periods, specifically for slurry. To register for future Let’s Talk Dairy webinars go to: https://www.teagasc.ie/corporate-events/lets-talk-dairy/ For more episodes from the Dairy Edge podcast go to th…
 
In this episode, Connie Kuber of Connor Agriscience talks with Dr. Riboni of Diamond V about herd health. Focusing on natural immune support, they discuss post-biotics and their role in maintaining a healthy herd. Dr. Riboni details stimulating the cows Immune system in this informative podcast.Di Connie Kuber & Dr. Mario Riboni
 
Fall has arrived! Bucks are in rut the leaves are changing which means one thing... well many things.. but in this particular instance it means the ADGA Spotlight Sale is right around the corner!! Thinking about adding some beautiful animals to your herd? Listen in as Jon and Danielle discuss lots 8-10 with their owners. https://convention.adga.org…
 
Teagasc Drystock advisor in Moorepark, Michael Bourke, joins Stuart Childs on this week’s Dairy Edge podcast to discuss how he views contract rearing from a drystock and dairy farmer’s point of view. Michael has nearly 15 years’ experience in setting up contract rearing arrangements. Michael first explains that while getting the price right in term…
 
Fall has arrived and with it the smell of bucks in rut, the changing of the leaves, that must mean the ADGA Spotlight Sale is right around the corner!! Thinking about adding a new animal of amazing quality to your herd? You might want to listen in as we talk to the owners of Lot 1-7 animals of the 2022 Spotlight Sale! https://convention.adga.org/sp…
 
Since The Dairy Edge launched in January 2018 as Ireland’s first dairy-focused podcast, there have been 245 episodes released weekly as well as additional bonus content from the Let’s Talk Dairy webinars presented by Stuart Childs. The Dairy Edge has now reached the remarkable milestone of half a million listens and to celebrate that incredible ach…
 
What do health care and dairy have in common? Both are using data and technological advancements to provide better care. In this episode, Taliah Danzinger, VAS manager of education and training, dives into parallels between industries, how we can make better use of data and what the future of dairy data looks like. In her role, Taliah performs dair…
 
Dairygold Joint Programme Group Facilitator, William Burchill, joins Stuart Childs on this week’s Dairy Edge podcast to discuss further work that can be done to improve soil fertility even though the date has passed for the spreading of chemical nitrogen and Phosphorus. William outlines the offtakes of Potassium (K) associated with grazing and the …
 
We don't count dairy goats in our barn... either does Carly Santangelo of Bellhurst Dairy Goats! Listen in as Danielle and Jon learn about Carly's story with her herd. Buying goats from historic herds and making them her own. We also learn about Carly's spotlight sale animal Roeburn's Andreas Moet! You won't want to miss this episode. check out Car…
 
For this week’s podcast version of the Let’s Talk Dairy webinar series, Stuart Childs, Teagasc Dairy Specialist, was joined by Teagasc’s John McCabe and John Douglas, Teagasc Grass10 Advisor to get an update on the current grazing conditions as well as an insight into the latest advice for farmers. To register for future Let’s Talk Dairy webinars g…
 
With entries for the 2023 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards about to open, we catch up with one of this year’s winners, north Waikato farmer Jimmy Cleaver. He took away the regional trophy for Auckland/Hauraki Farm Manager of the Year, as well as a stack of regional and national merit awards, including the DairyNZ People & Leadership Award. So, wha…
 
In this episode of the Progressive Dairy podcast, host Kimmi Devaney talks with fourth-generation Washington dairy farmer Jack Mallonee about managing an automated milking system in a pasture-based system, opportunities available for young people interested in getting involved in the dairy industry, the ways automation has changed the way they mana…
 
Danielle and Jon are joined by ADGA Genetic's creator Gene Dershewitz. Gene, a long time French Alpine breeder of the herd name Missdee's tells them about his herd, the history of ADGA genetics and the program's useful tools! You won't want to miss this episode., http://www.dairygoatpodcast.com http://www.adgagenetics.org https://missdeesalpines.fa…
 
Grass10 advisor, Joseph Dunphy, joins Emma-Louise Coffey on this week’s Dairy Edge podcast to review the grassland situation on dairy farms and provides advice for the remainder of the grazing season. Joseph explains that, depending on the level of rainfall during July and August, the average farm cover and consequently, grass availability, is comp…
 
An environmental consultant is not always a dairy farmers' favorite person to deal with. With more and more environmental changes and requirements, many view these changes as more of a cost output with no ROI. Tara Vander Dussen of Elevate Ag is working to bridge that gap as she's both a dairy farmer and an environmental scientist. She sits down to…
 
More and more dairy farmers are thinking about switching to robotic milking as new technology provides better options to manage labor, production and milk quality. In this episode, Matt Roberts, director of milking equipment sales for GEA, shares considerations for choosing the right robot type, real-world performance results and how to evaluate ro…
 
Danielle and Jon think about preparedness. Are you prepared for emergency situations? Listen in as they discuss simple ideas to be prepared and share a story from a listener about an active shooter incident they had at their county fair. http://www.dairygoatpodcast.comDi Hosts: Jon Kain and Danielle Carolei
 
Dairy specialist, George Ramsbottom, joins Emma-Louise Coffey on this week’s episode of The Dairy Edge podcast to consider whether to cull empty cows early or milk them until December. George estimates that there are 80-100 days left in lactation for spring calving dairy herds; at on average 15 litres per day this will return an income of €700-900 …
 
DairyBusiness News host Connie Kuber and her partner and spouse Ron Kuber, both with Connor Agriscience, talk with Dr. Hugo Ramirez. Dr. Ramirez is a silage consultant and noted researcher on silage planning and preparation. In this episode, they discuss the use of barrier films and learning/analyzing the process with focus on getting the highest m…
 
For this week’s podcast version of the Let’s Talk Dairy webinar series, Stuart Childs, Teagasc Dairy Specialist, gives an update on grass supply on farms using data available from PastureBase Ireland. To register for future Let’s Talk Dairy webinars go to: https://www.teagasc.ie/corporate-events/lets-talk-dairy/ For more episodes from the Dairy Edg…
 
A new backpack, a fresh pack of pencils and a carton of milk. They’re all essentials for students heading back to school. In the latest episode of The Dairy Download, we speak with two guests about student milk consumption and how shelf-stable products are adding excitement to the landscape. First up is Terry Pallister, Vice President of Manufactur…
 
On this episode of the podcast, I talk to Dr. Bill Mahanna. Bill is the Global Nutritional Services Manager with Pioneer, he is also an adjunct professor in the Department of Animal Science at Iowa State University. Bill and I cover all things corn silage, we touch on plant health, starch deposition and how to cut, pack and store the most critical …
 
Kevin and Brodie Game with their young family, dairy at Bemboka on the far south coast of NSW and have worked hard at achieving their goals over the last 12 years. From small beginnings they have grown into a large and profitable business, with the inevitable ups and downs along the way. They have also just reached the end of their first year as th…
 
In this episode of the Progressive Dairy podcast, host Kimmi Devaney visits with Washington dairy farmer Krista Stauffer about her journey in sharing her story online, the challenges of starting a dairy farm in 2009, how advocacy impacts mental health, what she’s learned about managing employees, how Washington’s agriculture overtime law has affect…
 
Dairy Farmer, Joe Leonard, and Seed Merchant, Tom McGuinness, join Emma-Louise Coffey on this week’s Dairy Edge podcast to discuss the integration of multi-species swards into dairy farm systems. During a trip to South Africa in 2016, Joe observed multi-species swards in practice and his interest was piqued. From 2017, Joe set about incorporating m…
 
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