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.
David Gremmels of Rogue Creamery talks about his unique approach to business and marketing
Rogue Creamery’s David Gremmels speaks with Connie Kuber about the world famous Rogue Creamery cheese and how it got that way. Rogue Creamery has been dedicated to sustainability, service, and the art and tradition of creating the world’s finest handmade cheese. And in 2019, the organic Rogue River Blue was crowned World Champion at the World Cheese Awards in Bergamo, Italy. Along with the company’s history, Gremmels passion for the business, along with a unique outlook and business/marketing plan, are discussed.
Eve Pollet of Dairy Management Inc. on new opportunities for dairy food ingredients
Joel Hastings caught up with Eve Pollet, Senior Vice President of Strategic Intelligence at Dairy Management Inc. DairyVoice has interviewed her before and finds the information very informative to our audience. Here, Eve describes fascinating opportunities for dairy food ingredients to be tailored to the needs and wants for individual consumers, moving toward the future of dairy.
Fabian Bernal on DeLaval’s unique approach to sustainability, Food safety and animal welfare
DairyVoice host Connie Kuber talks with Fabian Bernal, Head of Sustainability for DeLaval. Bernal discusses how dairy farmers can strive to reduce their environmental footprint, the DeLaval VMS robotic milking system, and how innovation in the dairy industry is impacting farmers. DeLaval’s sustainability story is unique and worthy of industry attention.
Dr. Robert Hagevoort on the recent High Plains Dairy Conference in Amarillo
Dr. Robert Hagevoort, a native of The Netherlands, is an Associate Professor and Extension Dairy Specialist in the Extension Animal Sciences and Natural Resources Department of College of Agricultural in the College of Consumer and Environmental Sciences at New Mexico State University.
In this episode, Juan Piñeiro of Texas A&M, speaks to the success of the recent High Plains Dairy Conference in Amarillo, Texas with Dr. Hagevoort. With attendance up 20%, a lot of interest was shown with their presentations related to implanting beef embryos to dairy and how to monetize carbon credits.
Krysta Harden of USDEC talks notable highs of 2021, sustainability issues, and the long-range future of U.S. dairy exports
Joel Hastings of DairyBusiness News interviews Krysta Harden, President and CEO of the U.S. Dairy Export Council after completing her successful first year. In the discussion, they talk about the notable highs of 2021, the lows, how to move forward with a strong cornerstone on sustainability issues being a focus to our foreign buyers. Harden talks about everything from the Ukraine crisis to what the long-range future of U.S. dairy exports look like. And, she discusses USDEC’s positive response to the Ocean Shipping Antitrust Enforcement Act. Her passion for the industry is evident in this podcast and it is a must-listen!
Dr. Zong Liu on cow manure and game-changing projects to raise its value and use
DairyVoice host Juan Piñeiro talks with Dr. Zong Liu, discussing cow manure and his research on balancing the release of nutrients in soil. Dr. Liu’s research goals focus on separating nutrients to the solids, making “the perfect fertilizer”. A higher value manure product. Also discussed is Liu’s solar powered, self-controlled, boat project, used to improve lagoon water quality and reduce emissions.