019 - September - 2019

What would happen if Federal Milk Marketing Orders’ minimum price provisions were eliminated? Would it increase returns to dairy farmers? And even if it did, would it wreak too much havoc in the industry to… Listen here

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018 - August - 2019

It’s a traditionally slow month for the dairy industry, so Ted and T3 take a whirlwind tour of the state of the industry. Topics include potentially bad crop yields, slowing milk production, the trade situation… Listen here

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017 - July - 2019

Recent advances in gene editing technology have made the production of dairy proteins in lab settings viable and potentially scalable. If the techniques can scale cost-effectively, and if consumers buy in, the dairy industry as… Listen here

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016 - May - 2019

In a follow-up from our previous episode, Ted, T3 and Anna discuss the state of dairy product marketing. Plant-based milk alternatives are on the rise. Fluid milk sales have been in decline for decades. Is… Listen here

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015 - May - 2019

Changing consumer expectations pose one of the most dynamic challenges facing today’s dairy industry. More and more, consumers seek organic products from smaller farms in pursuit of healthier food. The irony? Newer, larger dairy farms… Listen here

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SPECIAL REPORT - May - 2019

In this special episode, Ted and T3 enlist the help of Richard Bradfield, General Manager of St. Louis-based International Ingredients Corporation, to discuss the impacts of the African swine fever virus on dairy ingredient export… Listen here

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