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Babcock News

September 2014

It's finally September and our World Dairy Expo International Short Course is quickly approaching! Sign up now so you don't miss out on this wonderful opportunity.

This year, World Dairy Expo will be held Tuesday, September 20 through Saturday, October 4 and the cost per person is $600 until September 22, after which the cost goes up to $700.

Register now to avoid paying a larger cost! Click here for information and registration for the World Dairy Expo International Short Course.


August 2014

July has come and gone and the Babcock Institute has sent out our e-Newsletter detailing our activity for the year so far as well as the new faces in our office! Read all about it here.

Not on our e-mail list? E-mail us at babcock@cals.wisc.edu to receive our monthly newsletters!


July 2014

Happy July!  This month, the Babcock Institute hosted a training program for seven Chinese dairy farm managers sponsored by Adisseo. More info coming soon!


June 2014

Exciting news for Wisconsin! Robert Erhard and Christian Schmidt, representing Nestle, visited the UW-Madison campus to sign an agreement with the university to develop a dairy training curriculum for Nestle's Dairy Farming Institute in Heilongjiang Province. This program will be GREAT for the Wisconsin dairy industry! Read the press release and write up!

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The Babcock Institute is starting off the month on a high note with our own director Karen Nielsen being featured in an article by In Business about her professional experiences with the dairy industry in China! Read about it here.

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The lastest edition of the Babcock Institute Discussion Paper, written by Edward V. Jesse, is now available for download! Read about the U.S. Dairy Trade Situation and Outlook of 2014 here.


May 2014

Happy May! Spring is finally here.

After a lot of hard work, the Babcock Institute has successfully put on a Meat and Dairy Policy Training Program for the Cochran Fellows from Turkey. They spent their first week in Washington D.C. and Nebraska and then joined us here in Wisconsin for meetings with industry and government representatives, meat and dairy processing plant tours, farm tours, and much more! Our Turkish friends were enthusiastic to learn all they could about meat and dairy policy from U.S. experts. Read all about it here!

We are excited for all of the great international programs coming up this year!


April 2014

The months of March and April have been busy ones for the Babcock Institute so far!

In the last week of March and the first week of April, we put on our first program of the year hosting a group of 6 Cochran Fellowship participants from Kazakhstan for the two week long Livestock Genetics Training Program. The group greatly enjoyed their stay listening to talks from University of Wisconsin-Madison and UW Extension faculty and industry professionals, as well as going on farm tours. Our friends from Kazakhstan were very enthusiastic to learn everything they could from these experts. Click here for a full summary of the program and photos.

Also in April, we have just finished hosting a busy week with the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor, and Professor from the University of Mitrovica in Kosovo. The College of Agricultural and Life Sciences here at the University of Wisconsin-Madison has signed a Memorandum of Understanding for furthur cooperation with our friends in Kosovo. Read the write up here.

For the week of 4/21-4/24, director Karen Nielsen was on site at the Wisconsin Center with the Wisconsin Cheese Makers to help them host the International Cheese Technology Expo in Milwaukee.


February 2014

The Director of the Babcock Institute, Karen Nielsen, is helping the Wisconsin Cheese Makers to recruit international participants for the International Cheese Technology Expo in Milwaukee, WI on April 22-24, 2014. Click here to visit the website.

Any international visitors can contact Karen if they need letters of invitation for their visa applications or other assistance for attending the Expo.

Karen D. Nielsen
(608) 265-4169
 

January 2014

Happy New Year! We welcome 2014 as the Year of the Horse and a Happy Chinese New Year to all of our Chinese friends.

Here are some of our accomplishments and events of 2013:

January

  • Sent off the WING 97th Agribusiness Development Team to Afghanistan.
  • Hosted a 17 person delegation from Eastern Europe, organized by the U.S. State Department's Special American Business Internship Training program.

February

  • WING Agribusiness Development Team returns home from Afghanistan.

March

  • Published a new International Dairy Note highlighting the world's top dairy processors.
  • Representatives from the British Consulate-General in Chicago visited the UW-Madison campus to learn about the research and activities of the university and its related entities.

April-May

  • Welcomed Brazilian dairy industry representative Andre Oliviera for a three-day program to gather information about the Wisconsin dairy industry.
  • Met with three members of a delegation from Russia who visited Wisconsin to meet with dairy industry representatives.

June

  •  A group of 35 French dairy farmers visited visited the Babcock Institute for a meet-and-greet as a part of a broader U.S. tour to learn about current developments and practices in the U.S. dairy industry.
  • Welcomed 25 dairy farmer members from SanCor Cooperative in Argentina for a week-long training program.
  • An eight person Lithuanian delegation visited Madison for a joint program put on by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection, and the Babcock Institute.

July

  • Welcomed three Chinese dairy delegates to Madison who met with representatives from the UW-Madison's animal sciences and food science departments.
  • Organized a two-week educational dairy program for nine USDA Cochran Fellowship Program participants who visited Wisconsin.
  • Coordinated a two-day dairy discussion workshop for a group of French National Institute for Agricultural Research visitors.

August

  • Four global dairy processors from a dairy and agro-industry organization in Peru called Grupo Gloria visited the UW-Madison Food Science Department and the Babock Institute.

September-October

  • The 16th Babcock Institute/World Dairy Expo International Dairy Short Course was a success with nearly 70 people representing over 20 countries and was held in both English and Spanish.
  • Organized a week-long program for ten Latin American USDA Cochran Fellowhip Program participants from the Dominican Republic, Bolivia, and Peru who visited Wisconsin.
  • Organized a two-week long dairy management training program for seven Bulgarian USDA Cochran Fellowship Program participants.
  • Karen Nielsen of the Babcock Institute organized a half-day dairy training course on the UW-Madison campus for a group of 16 Russian dairy farmers and and farm managers led by Vitaly Lishenko and Fred Capelle.
  • Welcomed seven Pakistani Cochran Fellows to the UW-Madison campus for lectures and a tour of the Babcock Hall Dairy Plant.

We hope to accomplish even more in 2014 and we thank you for your continued support of international dairy research and the Babcock Institute.


December 2013

Happy Holidays and Best Wishes for the New Year from the Babcock Institute! We thank you for your continued support of international dairy research and development on the UW-Madison Campus and throughout the state of Wisconsin. We look forward to additional programming in the coming year, the 17th Annual International Dairy Short Course and more!


November 2013

Colombian Government Representatives Visit

Five Colombian Government Representatives visited the UW-Madison campus on November 4th for presentations on Wisconsin agriculture aimed to help them improve their lives as farmers in Colombia. They listened to presentations by John Ferrick, Director of International Programs for the College of Agriculture, Karen Nielsen, Babcock Institute Director and Dan Hill of UW-Extension.

Babcock Institute Newsletter

Read about all of the recent happenings in the Babcock Institute November Newsletter! We had a great World Dairy Expo that included multiple programs, talks, presentations and visits from international industry partners and farmers.

Pakistan Group Visits

The Babcock Institute welcomed seven Pakistani participants Thursday, October 10th for lectures by Karen Nielsen and Brian Holmes. Karen Nielsen, Babcock Institute Director provided a talk about the Babcock Institute. Brian Holmes gave a talk on the storage of forage. Read about the rest of the Pakistan groups visit here.


October 2013

Organic Dairy Farmer, Stephanie Pageot Visits from France

The Babcock Institute helped to organized an October 14th UW-Madison campus visit for an organic dairy farmer from France, who visited Wisconsin to develop a greater understanding of the structure and organization of organic agriculture in the U.S. The campus visit was part of a larger Wisconsin-based program sponsored by the US State Department and organized by the International Institute based in Milwaukee.

World Dairy Expo - Thank you!

Thank you to everyone that attended the World Dairy Expo International Dairy Short Course! We hope you enjoyed the sessions, workshops and tours. If you were a course participant, please check your email for instructions on how to access the PDF presentations from the course. Please send us an email at babcock@cals.wisc.edu if you have any questions. Read more detailed information on the Bulgarian Group and Latin American Group that we hosted during Expo! Thank you for your continued support!

 

USDA Cochran Latin American Group Visits for Dairy Training Course

Ten Latin American USDA Cochran Fellowship Program fellows from the Dominican Republic, Bolivia and Peru visited Wisconsin for a weeklong program from September 29th through October 6th organized by the Babcock Institute. They took part in lectures, industry meetings at World Dairy expo and farm visits.

Heilongjiang Lunch Meeting

On October 4, Nielsen was invited to attend a lunch meeting with visitors from Heilongjiang Province, Wisconsin's sister state in China, by Jen Pino-Gallagher and Jennifer Lu at DATCP, and Lora Klenke and Beng Yeap from WEDC October 4.  Karen Nielsen, Lora Klenke, and Beng Yeap had visited the farm of one of the visitors, Mr. Cheng Zhixue Chairman of the Harbin Xinglin Animal Husbandry Development Co. Ltd., when they were in Heilongjiang in 2008.  It was great to see Mr. Cheng again and the Babcock Institute hopes we will have opportunities to work together very soon!

Russians Visit UW-Madison for a Half-Day Dairy Training Program

On October 3, a group of 16 Russian dairy farmers and farm managers led by Vitaly Lishenko and Fred Capelle visited the UW-Madison campus for a half-day dairy training course. The program was organized by Karen Nielsen, Director of the Institute, who welcomed the group to campus.

USDA Bulgarian Cochran Program Visits for Dairy Training Course

Seven Bulgarian USDA Cochran Fellowship Program fellows visited Wisconsin for a two-week program, September 30th through October 12th organized by the Babcock Institute. They took part in lectures, industry meetings; farm visits and attended the internationally recognized World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis.


September 2013

World Dairy Expo

The Babcock Institute thanks you for stopping by to see us at World Dairy Expo, October 1st-5th. We enjoyed celebrating the, "Center of the Dairy Universe." Our booth, EB6, was located in the east balcony of the coliseum at the entrance of the International Lounge. We gave away and sold many of our dairy training materials. Thank you again for a fantastic World Dairy Expo!

 

 

The Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter: September/October 2013

Check out the July/August edition of the Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter -- a publication focused on basic information about dairy cows, farm safety and personal health for dairy farm employees. Written in both English and Spanish, current and past issues of the Dairy Partner/ El Companero newsletter can also be viewed here.

Know Your Mold

The Babcock Institue is a proud sponsor of the Wisconsin Artisan Cheesemaker's Guild, Know Your Mold Seminar, was held on Tuesday, September 17th at the Pyle Center. Full Story

 

16th Annual International Dairy Short Course Countdown

The Babcock Institute's 16th Annual International Dairy Short Course, to be held in conjunction with World Dairy Expo from Sept. 30 - Oct. 2 in Madison, WI., is done until 2014! Visit the event page to view this year's schedule, lecture topics and registration information.

 

 

 


August 2013

Grupo Gloria Representatives Visit Babcock

Four dairy processors from Grupo Gloria, a dairy and agro-industry group in Peru, visited the University of Wisconsin-Madison Food Science Department and Babcock Institute during their time on campus August 7.
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The Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter: July/August 2013

Check out the July/August edition of the Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter -- a publication focused on basic information about dairy cows, farm safety and personal health for dairy farm employees. Written in both English and Spanish, current and past issues of the Dairy Partner/ El Companero newsletter can also be viewed here.

Wisconsin Artisan Cheesemaker Guild Seminar: Affinage

The Babcock Institute is a co-sponsor of the Wisconsin Artisan Cheesemaker Guild's seminar on affinage, which will be held Sept. 17, 2013, at The Pyle Center on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus. Harvard microbiologist Dr. Benjamin Wolfe, the program's featured presenter, will discuss mold and mold management -- part of affinage, an aging procedure in the cheesemaking process. Participants must register before the event. For further information, take a look at the event page or contact Jeanne Carpenter at (608) 358-7837 or jeanne@wordartisanllc.com.

Babcock Institute International Dairy Note: U.S. dairy sector increasingly dependent on exports; whey and lactose lead the way

The Babcock Institute's director of trade and policy studies, Ed Jesse, has authored an International Dairy Note highlighting the recent trend in U.S. dairy exports. You can find an archive of past International Dairy Notes here.


July 2013

Babcock Organizes Workshop for French Researchers

The Babcock Institute coordinated a two-day dairy discussion workshop for a group of French National Institute for Agricultural Research (INRA) visitors July 15-16. University of Wisconsin-Madison faculty teamed up with the visitors to examine a broad range of dairy topics and visit area facilities.
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Ukrainian Group Visits Babcock for Dairy Training Program

Nine Ukrainian USDA Cochran Fellowship Program fellows visited Wisconsin for a two-week program July 8-19, organized by the Babcock Institute.They took part in lectures, industry meetings, farm visits and spent a couple days at Farm Technology Days in Dallas, Wis.
Full story

Babcock Institute's Monthly e-Newsletter: July 2013

In Babcock's July e-Newsletter, we meet with three Chinese dairy delegates, put together a training program for a group of Argentinian farmers, host a Lithuanian delegation with DATCP and meet with French dairy farmers. You can view past newsletters here.

Nielsen Meets with Chinese Delegates

Three Chinese dairy delegates met with representatives from the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s animal sciences and food science departments, as well as the Babcock Institute, during their visit to Madison July 1-3. Mr. Jian Xie of the China West Yak Industry Group, his son and Qiang Fu of Beijing Cario Food Science & Technology Co., toured the dairy-related departments, as well as area dairy plants, during their stay. (Full story here.)


June 2013

16th Annual International Dairy Short Course

We're just a few short months away from the 2013 World Dairy Expo, and the Babcock Institute will hold its 16th Annual International Dairy Short Course in conjunction with the event. Visit the event page to view this year's schedule, lecture topics and registration information.

French Dairy Group Meets with Babcock

A group of 35 French dairy leaders visited the Babcock Institute for a meet-and-greet June 17, as a part of their broader U.S. tour. Babcock Institute Director Karen Nielsen, Center for Dairy Profitability Director Mark Stephenson and Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board Vice President of producer communications Matt Joyce each gave the group an overview of their respective organization. Afterward, the group concluded its visit with a campus tour.

Babcock Holds Training Program for Argentinian Group

Twenty-five members from SanCor Cooperative in Argentina visited the Babcock Institute for a week-long training program June 9-14. Read more about the program here.

DATCP, Babcock Host Lithuanian Delegation

An eight-person Lithuanian delegation visited Madison June 12-13 for a joint program put on by the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) and the Babcock Institute. Check out the full recap here.

CDR Dairy Pipeline Newsletter

The Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research puts out a quarterly newsletter - the Dairy Pipeline - that is available in both English and Spanish. You can find a downloaded version of the most recent issue here. Read up on Smári's new organic yogurt, learn about color defects in cheese and get the latest news from CDR. The center has also compiled an archive of past Dairy Pipeline issues.


May 2013

Babcock Institute's Monthly e-Newsletter: April-May 2013

In Babcock's April-May e-Newsletter, we build on our collaboration with the Shanghai Dairy Group, meet with dairy industry representatives from Brazil and Russia, and bid farewell to one of our office assistants. You can view past newsletters here.

SIO Director Visits UW-Madison

Neville Lam, director of the University of Wisconsin-Madison Shanghai Innovation Office, met with representatives of various schools and research centers across UW-Madison during his visit April 29 - May 3. Read more.


April 2013

Governor's Trade Mission Meets with the Shanghai Dairy Group

Gov. Scott Walker’s trade mission traveled to China in April to sign agreements with the Shanghai Dairy Group (SDG). Babcock Institute Director Karen Nielsen who was visiting SDG representatives to solidify a training program between Babcock and SDG, served as one of Walker’s trade mission participants. Check out the full story here.

Russian Delegation Meets with Babcock Institute

Three members of a Russian delegation met with the Babcock Institute and the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) April 18. Click here to read more.

Babcock Hosts Brazilian Dairy Representative

A Brazilian dairy representative visited the Babcock Institute for a three-day program April 2-4 to gather information about the Wisconsin dairy industry and discuss potential collaborations with his biotechnology organization. Click here to read the full article.


March 2013

The Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter: March/April 2013

Check out the March/April edition of the Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter--a publication focused on basic information about dairy cows, farm safety and personal health for dairy farm employees. Written in both English and Spanish, current and past issues of the Dairy Partner/ El Companero newsletter can also be viewed here.

British Consulate-General Representatives Visit UW-Madison

Representatives from the British Consulate-General in Chicago visited the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus March 5 to learn about the research and activities of the university and its related entities. The visitors made their way around campus throughout the day for tours and presentations, which included an overview of the Babcock Institute from Director Karen Nielsen. Read more here.

CDR Dairy Pipeline Newsletter

The Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research puts out a quarterly newsletter - the Dairy Pipeline - that is available in both English and Spanish. You can find a downloaded version of the most recent issue here. Get to know the 2013 Wisconsin Master Cheesemakers, read up on biofilms and get the latest news from CDR. The center has also compiled an archive of past Dairy Pipeline issues.

Babcock Institute's Monthly e-Newsletter: March 2013

In Babcock's March e-Newsletter, we discuss the Institute's future outlook, welcome home the 82nd WING Agribusiness team and visit with British Consulate-General representatives. You can view past newsletters here.


February 2013

16th Annual International Dairy Short Course

The dates have officially been announced for the 2013 International Dairy Short Course! Clear your calendars from Sept. 30-Oct. 2, 2013, and reserve your spot in the Babcock Institute's 16th Annual International Dairy Short Course, which will be held in conjunction with the 2013 World Dairy Expo.

Click here to read about last year's event, and click here for more information -- including registration -- about the 2013 program.

82nd Agribusiness Development Team Returns Home from Afghanistan

The Wisconsin National Guard's 82nd Agribusiness Development Team (ADT) returned home on Feb. 17 from its year-long deployment in Afghanistan. The Babcock Institute had the pleasure of putting the 82nd ADT through a week-long "Ag 101" training program back in July of 2011. Click here for the full story on the 82nd ADT's return, and check out Babcock's WING training program for the 97th ADT this past July.

The Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter: January/February 2013

Check out the January/February edition of the Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter--a publication focused on basic information about dairy cows, farm safety and personal health for dairy farm employees. Written in both English and Spanish, current and past issues of the Dairy Partner/ El Companero newsletter can also be viewed here.


January 2013

SABIT Group Visits UW-Madison, Babcock

A delegation from the Special American Business Internship Training (SABIT) program visited UW-Madison Jan. 28, where it was greeted by Babcock Institute Director Karen Nielsen and Dairy Science Professor Kent Weigel. After receiving overviews of Babcock's dairy training programs and the Department of Dairy Science, the 17-person group toured the Babcock Hall Dairy Plant and the Emmons Blaine Arlington Dairy Research Center. Read more here.

Nielsen Meets with Shanghai Dairy Group

Babcock Institute Director Karen Nielsen met with representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and the Shanghai Dairy Group Jan. 24 to discuss future collaborations between the organizations.

Babcock Institute's Monthly e-Newsletter: January 2013

In Babcock's January e-Newsletter, we look ahead to programs and events for 2013, send off our friends from the 97th WING team, and welcome a new student employee. You can view past newsletters here.
 


December 2012

Babcock Institute's Monthly e-Newsletter: December 2012

In Babcock's December e-Newsletter, we review the past year and talk of plans with Sancor from Argentina. You can view past newsletters here.

 


November 2012

Babcock Meets with Argentine Visitors

Babcock Institute and UW-Madison officials met with two Argentine representatives Nov. 13-14 to lay out the workings of a short course program between Babcock and SanCor, a leading dairy production company in Argentina.

In addition to the short course meetings, to be held in June of 2013, SanCor representatives Francisco Candioti and Fabian Manzi took tours of Crave Brothers Farm and Rosy-Lane Holsteins. The visitors also took part in reproductive, dairy cow health and milk quality discussions with UW dairy science professors.

Nielsen Attends National Farmers Cooperatives Conference

Babcock Institute Director Karen Nielsen visited Minneapolis Nov. 9 for the 15th Annual National Farmers Cooperatives Conference. This year's event, focused on the positioning of agricultural cooperatives, featured a number of presentations on international farmer cooperatives. Nielsen had the privilege of meeting with three such speakers and executives from major dairy organizations.

Babcock Institute's Monthly e-Newsletter: November 2012

In Babcock's November e-Newsletter, we host a group of Bulgarian visitors, UW-Madison discusses collaborations with the Shanghai Dairy Group, and we develop a training program for a Japanese cheesemaker! You can view past newsletters here.

Shanghai Dairy Group Visits Babcock

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Five representatives from Shanghai Dairy Group (SDG) visited Madison Nov. 1 to meet with UW-Madison and Babcock Institute representatives.

Click here to read more.


October 2012

Babcock Hosts Bulgarian Cochran Group

The Babcock Institute was pleased to continue its longstanding association with the USDA FAS Cochran Fellowship program this fall, hosting a 10-member group from Bulgaria Oct. 3-13. Click here to read more.

Japanese Cheesemakers Train in Wisconsin

Japanese cheesemakers Mr. Ryota Nakao and Ms. Satomi Harima worked with Wisconsin cheesemaker Chris Roelli at the Roelli Cheese Haus in Shullsburg, Wis., during their visit to Wisconsin Oct. 14-24. Read More

 

 

 

 

CAU Visits Babcock During World Dairy Expo

Dr. Li Shengli and Dr. Cao Zhijun of China Agriculture University (CAU) in Beijing led a group of 18 dairy industry leaders on a visit to the Babcock Institute Oct. 5-7. Click here to read more.

Babcock Institute's Monthly e-Newsletter: October 2012

Learn about our international dairy short course at this month's World Dairy Expo, read about our visitors from China Agricultural University and more in Babcock's October e-Newsletter! You can view past newsletters here.

Nielsen Meets with Cochran Group from Vietnam

Babcock Institute Director Karen Nielsen met with an eight-person Cochran delegation from Vietnam Oct. 5. Also on hand for the meeting were representatives from the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP), as well as other dairy-related companies. The Cochran fellows were in town for a two-week dairy training program through the Cochran Fellowship Program, an initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture that strives to assist countries in developing agricultural systems.

The Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter: September/October 2012

Check out the September/October edition of the Dairy Partner/El Companero Newsletter--a publication focused on basic information about dairy cows, farm safety and personal health for dairy farm employees. Written in both English and Spanish, current and past issues of the Dairy Partner/ El Companero newsletter can also be viewed here.

Colombian Dairy Farmers Visit

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More than 150 farmers from Colombia attended a training course at UW-Madison's Arlington Agricultural Research Station this year during World Dairy Expo. Due to its size, the group was divided into three sections with each group rotating among training sessions. This allowed our talented lecturers to provide hands-on training. Read More

Brazilian Dairy Delegation Studies Wisconsin Dairy Industry

A 26-person group of dairy industry leaders and producers from Brazil visited the US Dairy Forage Research Center Oct. 3 in Madison, Wis. Click here to read more.

 

Babcock Institute/World Dairy Expo International Dairy Short Course

http://babcock.wisc.edu/sites/default/files/documents/wde2012logo.jpgFrom Oct. 1-3, 2012, participants spent their mornings learning from world-renowned professors from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Extension and were given the opportunity to expand their knowledge in the afternoons with farm visits and hands-on workshops. Read More
 


September 2012

Nielsen Meets with German Group

Babcock Institute Director gave overviews of Babcock and UW-Madison's College of Agriculture and Life Sciences to a 21-person German group visiting Madison Sept. 17. Nielsen also gave the group a campus tour.

Babcock Institute's Monthly e-Newsletter: September 2012

Learn about the Babcock Institute's role in next month's World Dairy Expo, read up on our numerous international visitors, and check out an appreciation story on Dr. Dave Wieckert in Babcock's September e-Newsletter. You can view past newsletters here.

CDR Dairy Pipeline Newsletter

The Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research puts out a quarterly newsletter - the Dairy Pipeline - that is available in both English and Spanish. You can find a downloaded version of the most recent issue here. Take a look to read about CDR Sensory's new FIZZ software, cheese plant equipment and other news from CDR. Also, check out an archive of past Dairy Pipeline issues.


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