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Dr. Jackie Boerman

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The Purdue Dairy Digest tackles timely topics of interest to the Dairy community, as well as, management tips.

Latest Episodes

367-Starbucks and Dairy

By now you have all probably seen articles, Facebook posts, and news stories about Starbucks picking a battle with dairy. I have as well, and I thought we should go directly to the source and see what Starbucks actually said to their stakeholders that started this chain of events. I think Starbucks is committed to reducing carbon emissions, waste and water usage and that the dairy industry is closely aligned with those goals in order to maintain the resources we have to produce milk. Listen to this podcast to hear what Starbucks actually said about dairy.

3 MIN2 w ago
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367-Starbucks and Dairy

Dean Foods Bankruptcy

3 MIN2019 NOV 17
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Dean Foods Bankruptcy

Sub clinical hypocalcemia

5 MIN2019 NOV 4
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Sub clinical hypocalcemia

World Dairy Expo

Today’s episode of the Purdue Dairy Digest talks about the origins of the World Dairy Expo and how looking at the theme of this year’s Expo gets us thinking of the future of the dairy industry. The World Dairy Expo started over 50 years ago by dairy farmers who wanted an event that was focused solely on dairy cows, that remains true today but we are beginning to see the value in data generated from dairy cows as well as the milk.

3 MIN2019 OCT 6
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World Dairy Expo

Annual Global Agenda on Sustainable Livestock

On this week’s Purdue Dairy Digest segment, Conor McCabe, a graduate student under Dr. Boerman, discusses his experience from attending the 9th Annual Global Agenda on Sustainable Livestock. Around 300 attendees from 22 countries gathered on the Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS, September 9th-12th, to discuss how innovation can be used in livestock systems to improve economic, environmental, and nutrition sustainability.

3 MIN2019 SEP 23
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Annual Global Agenda on Sustainable Livestock

Use of Intramammary Antibiotics

Today's episode of the Purdue Dairy Digest talks about how we could change our current use of intramammary antibiotics by utilizing data generated from the cows. Resent research has demonstrated the possibility of using data from cows to determine if they are at a high or low risk of developing mastitis. We then could only treat cows at a high risk in order to save money and more effectively use antibiotics on farm.

3 MIN2019 SEP 9
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Use of Intramammary Antibiotics

Vitamin Recheck

In this week's dairy digest it is a reminder to check the vitamin levels in your diets. With the cost of vitamins increasing in the last 2 years, we may have become used to feeding less than normal. Re-evaluate your diets to make sure you are feeding at NRC requirements in order to prevent long term negative effects.

4 MIN2019 AUG 19
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Vitamin Recheck

Employee Relations on the Farm

Employee retention on dairy farms – because of low unemployment rates especially in rural areas and high turnover in production animal careers it is increasingly important to focus on employee retention. There are some specific practices that can improve the culture of a farm and lead to reduced employee turnover. As we are trying to build a productive team, retaining high-performing employees needs to become a focus.

3 MIN2019 AUG 3
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Employee Relations on the Farm

Prevented planting acres and the Dairy Producer

Governor Eric Holcomb has asked for 88 counties to be declared a natural disaster areas for agriculture. Today I will go over some basic information about the changes in prevented planting procedures. This year there will many dairy farms who will likely be short of forages so looking at options now to get enough fiber in diets makes sense.

4 MIN2019 JUL 22
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Prevented planting acres and the Dairy Producer

What if Cows Were Jet Lagged Every Three Days?

On this episode of the Dairy Digest, Master's student Conor McCabe recites his Three Minute Thesis presentation he used to compete this week at the American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting in Cincinnati. With the title of What if Cows Were Jet Lagged Every Three Days? McCabe's talk discusses recent research performed at Purdue University into circadian rhythm disruptions during the dry period.

3 MIN2019 JUN 29
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What if Cows Were Jet Lagged Every Three Days?

Latest Episodes

367-Starbucks and Dairy

By now you have all probably seen articles, Facebook posts, and news stories about Starbucks picking a battle with dairy. I have as well, and I thought we should go directly to the source and see what Starbucks actually said to their stakeholders that started this chain of events. I think Starbucks is committed to reducing carbon emissions, waste and water usage and that the dairy industry is closely aligned with those goals in order to maintain the resources we have to produce milk. Listen to this podcast to hear what Starbucks actually said about dairy.

3 MIN2 w ago
Comments
367-Starbucks and Dairy

Dean Foods Bankruptcy

3 MIN2019 NOV 17
Comments
Dean Foods Bankruptcy

Sub clinical hypocalcemia

5 MIN2019 NOV 4
Comments
Sub clinical hypocalcemia

World Dairy Expo

Today’s episode of the Purdue Dairy Digest talks about the origins of the World Dairy Expo and how looking at the theme of this year’s Expo gets us thinking of the future of the dairy industry. The World Dairy Expo started over 50 years ago by dairy farmers who wanted an event that was focused solely on dairy cows, that remains true today but we are beginning to see the value in data generated from dairy cows as well as the milk.

3 MIN2019 OCT 6
Comments
World Dairy Expo

Annual Global Agenda on Sustainable Livestock

On this week’s Purdue Dairy Digest segment, Conor McCabe, a graduate student under Dr. Boerman, discusses his experience from attending the 9th Annual Global Agenda on Sustainable Livestock. Around 300 attendees from 22 countries gathered on the Kansas State University in Manhattan, KS, September 9th-12th, to discuss how innovation can be used in livestock systems to improve economic, environmental, and nutrition sustainability.

3 MIN2019 SEP 23
Comments
Annual Global Agenda on Sustainable Livestock

Use of Intramammary Antibiotics

Today's episode of the Purdue Dairy Digest talks about how we could change our current use of intramammary antibiotics by utilizing data generated from the cows. Resent research has demonstrated the possibility of using data from cows to determine if they are at a high or low risk of developing mastitis. We then could only treat cows at a high risk in order to save money and more effectively use antibiotics on farm.

3 MIN2019 SEP 9
Comments
Use of Intramammary Antibiotics

Vitamin Recheck

In this week's dairy digest it is a reminder to check the vitamin levels in your diets. With the cost of vitamins increasing in the last 2 years, we may have become used to feeding less than normal. Re-evaluate your diets to make sure you are feeding at NRC requirements in order to prevent long term negative effects.

4 MIN2019 AUG 19
Comments
Vitamin Recheck

Employee Relations on the Farm

Employee retention on dairy farms – because of low unemployment rates especially in rural areas and high turnover in production animal careers it is increasingly important to focus on employee retention. There are some specific practices that can improve the culture of a farm and lead to reduced employee turnover. As we are trying to build a productive team, retaining high-performing employees needs to become a focus.

3 MIN2019 AUG 3
Comments
Employee Relations on the Farm

Prevented planting acres and the Dairy Producer

Governor Eric Holcomb has asked for 88 counties to be declared a natural disaster areas for agriculture. Today I will go over some basic information about the changes in prevented planting procedures. This year there will many dairy farms who will likely be short of forages so looking at options now to get enough fiber in diets makes sense.

4 MIN2019 JUL 22
Comments
Prevented planting acres and the Dairy Producer

What if Cows Were Jet Lagged Every Three Days?

On this episode of the Dairy Digest, Master's student Conor McCabe recites his Three Minute Thesis presentation he used to compete this week at the American Dairy Science Association Annual Meeting in Cincinnati. With the title of What if Cows Were Jet Lagged Every Three Days? McCabe's talk discusses recent research performed at Purdue University into circadian rhythm disruptions during the dry period.

3 MIN2019 JUN 29
Comments
What if Cows Were Jet Lagged Every Three Days?
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