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Stress While Feeding

Dr. Mike Hutjens shares the latest research and strategies relating to animal stress and feeding.

NDPO Producer Spotlight

Minnesota dairy producer and NDPO board member Deborah Mills joined us on today's Dairy Radio to share her story and tell us why she's a member of the National Dairy Producers Organization.

Class I Up 49 Cents

The Agriculture Department announced the October Federal order Class I base milk price at $17.08 per hundredweight, up 49 cents from September, $1.88 above October 2020, and equates to $1.47 per gallon, up from $1.31 a year ago. The ten month average stands at...

Concerns Over Feed Market

Dan Basse, President of AgResource Company updated PDPW Dairy Signal viewers and listeners on the latest market conditions and feed situation:

Port Problems Persist

Dairy market analyst Matt Gould updated Dairy Radio Now listeners on the latest export concerns relating to port congestion.

Getting More Out Of Milk

Dr. Mike Hutjens looks at the value of milk on this week's Feed Forum Friday radio segment:

How Do You Spell Relief?

Chris Galen with the National Milk Producers Federation updated Dairy Radio Now listeners on the latest relief efforts congress is working on to assist dairy producers with their losses due to the global pandemic.

Fuel Up To Play 60 Starts With ‘Fresh’ Approach

The dairy checkoff is positioning the farmer-founded Fuel Up to Play 60 program in a fresh way to help students and educators navigate the school year. Many teachers are looking for ways to engage students through curriculum and digital learning with an emphasis on...

Adopt A Cow Program Gains Popularity

Karen Doster, Director, Youth and School Programs, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin updated a Dairy Signal audience on the ever growing 'Adopt A Cow" program:

Milk Tightness Affecting Markets

Milk tightness is underpinning the markets, according to Stone X dairy broker Dave Kurzawski. He talks with Lee Mielke about it on today's Dairy Radio Now:

FDA Gathers Input Over Animal Cell Culture Technology

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is holding a public meeting today to discuss foods produced using animal cell culture technology. Cell culture technologies that have been increasingly used to produce cells and tissues for human therapeutic use are now being used by the food sector to create innovative products that resemble conventional meat, poultry, and seafood. “The FDA has multiple authorities and programs that can support efforts to safely bring products with new ingredients to the market, according to FDA. “Food safety is at the core of the agency’s mission to protect and promote public health for our nation’s consumers.

As the use of laboratory-based cell culture technologies to replicate naturally made foods continues to develop, the FDA must first enforce its own existing regulations on the labeling of imitation products, according to Chris Galen, Sr. VP of Communications with the National Milk Producers Federation.

At an FDA hearing today focused on the regulation of cell-cultured products replicating meat, NMPF said that these rapidly evolving technologies impact dairy foods, as well. Just as scientists have discovered how to make “meat” imitations look and feel like the real thing, so, too, have they used genetically modified yeast to produce proteins that share a chemical identity with those found in milk. Listen to NMPF’s Chris Galen’s comments here:

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