We can’t control getting older, but we can control how we do it! In this segment of Wisconsin Dairy News we’re focusing on a woman who set a goal to get her cheesemaker’s license by her 60th birthday and now has a successful new business.Release Date: August 31, 2015
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Over the past decade, consumer demand for high-protein Greek yogurt has created a challenge for disposing of the highly acidic whey that’s left over after processing. In this segment of Wisconsin Dairy News see how scientists at the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research in Madison have been working on a few solutions.
A dairy grazing apprenticeship program that started in Wisconsin in 2010 has steadily seen growth and has now received national accreditation. In this segment of Wisconsin Dairy News we meet up with an apprentice who’s learning from a Master Dairy Grazier.
It’s a moving museum that combines the thrill of train travel with a savory meal and the lovely scenery found in the southeastern part of the state. In this segment of Wisconsin Dairy News we’re exploring Wisconsin’s last electric railroad line that’s serving up a bit of history and nostalgia with a hot meal.
A capital campaign for improvements to the milking parlor and the addition of a Dairy Education Center at the Wisconsin State Fair is underway. In this segment of Wisconsin Dairy News find out how these improvements will offer a broader look at our state’s number one agriculture industry.