Sustainable Beef 101 with Foodservice Professionals, Patti’s Experiences in the Foodservice Industry, Research in Dietetics, Sustainability

Welcome to Episode 32 of BCI Cattle Chat where we visit with Director of Beef Value Chain Alliances at the Beef Cattle Institute, Patti Dollarhide.  For more information on the Patti’s work, or to ask her a question please visit https://ksubci.org/value-chain-alliances/.

3:30 – Sustainable Beef 101: Foodservice Professionals Tour

Autumn Beef & Cider Stew Recipe

Spicy Korean Beef & Cucumber Appetizer Recipe 

 Beef Jerky Trail Mix

9:10 – Patti’s Experiences in Dietetics

14:30 – Why Research is Important in Dietetics

17:15 – Sustainability

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Stretching Hay Resources, Growth in Breeding Technologies, Drones in Agriculture, Windbreaks

Welcome to Episode 31 of BCI Cattle Chat!  Please click on the links below to be taken to any sources mentioned in the podcast. Keep an eye out for news about our exciting upcoming guests on both Twitter and Facebook.

3:10 – Stretching Hay Resources

9:20 – Growth in Breeding Technology

14:00 – Drones in Agriculture

17:45 – Windbreaks

Windbreak/Shelter-belt Establishment  

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Kansas Livestock Association History, KLA Convention and How to get Involved, Electronic Logging Devices in Transportation, Antibiotic Policy

Welcome to Episode 30 of BCI Cattle Chat where we visit with Chief Executive Officer of the Kansas Livestock Association, Matt Teagarden.  For more information on the Kansas Livestock Association, visit their website at https://www.kla.org/.

2:45 – The History of the Kansas Livestock Association

8:35 – Kansas Livestock Association Convention and How to get Involved

15:15 – Electronic Logging Devices in Transportation

20:20 – Antibiotic Policy

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What is CattleTrace, Disease Traceability, Objectives of CattleTrace, Who is Participating, What makes this time different?

Welcome to Episode 29 of BCI Cattle Chat where we had the opportunity to speak with Cassie Kniebel, Program Manager of CattleTrace.

The CattleTrace Pilot Project is being designed as a multi-phased initiative to trace animals through the supply chain and identify opportunities to improve the robustness of the system. With development and outreach taking place in the first three quarters of 2018, the goal is to initiate data collection and cattle tracing in fall 2018.

For more information on CattleTrace, please visit their website at https://www.cattletrace.org/. 

2:35 – Introduction of Cassie Kniebel, Program Manager of CattleTrace

7:40 – What is CattleTrace?

10:10 – Disease Traceability

14:00 – Objectives of CattleTrace

17:48 – Who is Participating?

20:30 – What Makes This Time Different?

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Guest A.J. Tarpoff, What is BQA and Why it’s Important, BQA Certification in Feedyards and Packing Plants, Cattle Care, Cattle Handling

Welcome to Episode 28 of BCI Cattle Chat which is sponsored by the Kansas Beef Council! This week we had the opportunity to learn about Beef Quality Assurance from Extension Beef Veterinarian, A.J. Tarpoff.  For more information on BQA, visit their website at https://www.bqa.org/.

To find a location near you that offers BQA Training, go to https://www.bqa.org/events. Online certification is also offered.

2:45 – Guest Introduction with A.J. Tarpoff

4:00 – What is BQA and Why is it Important?

8:40 – BQA Certification

12:25 – Next Week’s Guest

19:25 – Cattle Care and Handling

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