Podcast

DMI CEO Barb O’Brien: New leadership and opportunities for 2022

After more than three decades, 2021 saw new leadership installed at Dairy Management Inc. – the organization that manages the industry’s checkoff program. Barb O’Brien succeeded long-time CEO Tom Gallagher earlier this year. Editor Walt Cooley recently caught up with O’Brien to talk about what changes dairy farmers can expect in the checkoff under her…

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Cultivator of Cow Crap

Connecticut dairy farmer Amanda Fremund talks with the TJ Podcast.

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“Adopt A Cow” Program Featured

The Inside the Bullseye podcast features the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin’s adopt-a-cow program.

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U.S. Dairy Export Council CEO/Pres Talks Export Success And future vision

The Dairy Foods “Let’s Talk Dairy” podcast features USDEC President and CEO Krysta Harden, who addresses export successes and her vision for the organization’s future.

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Dairy Education and Exports

DMI’s Amy Wagner goes in-depth on the Dairy Signal podcast in discussing how the checkoff is driving sales of U.S. dairy through partnerships internationally and with support from USDEC.

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Actuality: Innovation in Evolution of Cheese Products

Paul Ziemnisky of Dairy Management Inc. uses cheese as an example of how production innovation has increased consumer demand over the last fifty years. Listen to USDA Radio

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Amazon Fresh: Future of online dairy sales

DMI’s Paul Ziemnisky and Beau Hayden provide insights on the checkoff’s relationship with Amazon Fresh and the growing opportunities for dairy through online retail sales

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2021 U.S. Dairy sustainability Award Winners Discuss Their Manure Digester

Recent sustainability award winners Chase and Danielle Goodrich explain how installing a manure digester that pipes gas to a college has provided a secondary revenue stream for their Vermont dairy farm.

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Indiana dairy farmer Mike McCloskey and Catherine de Ronde featured on The Dairy Download

Americans sure love dairy, and consumers across the world are demanding more high-quality American dairy products than ever before. As milk production increases in the U.S., so too do herd sizes, while the total number of dairy farms continues to decline. What does sustainable growth look like from the farmer’s point of view? This week…

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Cheesehead Dreaming

Jen Walsh of the Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin and Kristine Hansen, author of the Wisconsin Cheese Cookbook, share cheese-focused insights with IDFA’s Dairy Download.

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