(July 25, 2012) There is an importance and second side to the dairy industry – the beef industry. Randy Davis is a producer from Philadelphia, TN and discusses the highs and lows in the dairy business and how the beef checkoff helps.
Archive for the ‘Cattlemen’s Beef Board’ Category
July 11, 2012 — A handful of bloggers have taken the challenge to incorporate lean beef in their diet. Gary Sharp is a South Dakota dairy producer and back on the Cattlemen’s Beef Board. He talks about it in this podcast.
(June 27, 2012) We continue our conversation with South Dakota producer Gary Sharpe who discusses the importance of new media in getting the right message to consumers.
(June 13, 2012) South Dakota dairy producer Gary Sharp says one of the biggest challenges the industry faces is gaining consumer confidence. He tells us more about that topic in this Beef Checkoff podcast.
(May 23, 2012) DairyLine caught up with Dean Strauss, co owner of Majestic Crossing Dairy in rural Sheboygan Falls, WI. While big percentage of his operation is milk, there is a time when his cows have to make a career change. He talks about how the Beef Checkoff helps his operation.
(May 9, 2012) Dean Strauss is co-owner of a dairy operation in rural Sheboygan Falls, Wisconson. He talks about his unique family operation.
(April 25, 2012) Wisconsin dairy producer David Endres discusses the benefits of the beef checkoff.
(April 11, 2012) Lodi, Wisconsin dairy producer David Endres bought a dairy operation out of bankruptcy in 1994 and has steadily grown it up to 700 Jersey cows. He talks about his operation in this podcast.
(March 14, 2012) Jeff Battles talks about his family operated veal farm in Elkhorn, Wisconsin.
(February 22, 2012) The beef industry is using a tool to educate school kids about the nutritious benefits of beef. John Frietag from the Wisconsin Beef Council explains in this Cattlemen’s Beef Board podcast.