Category Archives: PodCasts

Cloning, Activists, Grizzly Bears and Logging

Terry D. Etherton

Two outstanding podcasts are posted on Enjoy listening to these thought provoking presentations on:

  • Cloning: where have we been and where are we today? Gary Crawford, USDA, summarizes recent developments from USDA and FDA
  • Bruce Vincent, Multiple Generation Environmental Steward and Logger from Libby, MT, shares an empowering presentation on activists, grizzly bears and the logging industry. There are interesting parallels to today’s dairy industry

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Orion Samuelson of WGN Radio on the Use of rbST

The following podcast features Orion Samuelson of WGN Radio discussing the use of recombinant bovine somatotropin (rbST).

Orion Samuelson is heard on WGN Radio, where he has served as Agribusiness Director since 1960. He and his associate, Max Armstrong, present 15 agricultural/business reports daily on WGN. They also host the hour-long Morning Show and Noon Show, both heard on Saturdays on WGN. Orion is also heard daily on more than 260 radio stations with his syndicated National Farm Report and on 110 stations with his syndicated Samuelson Sez. Orion and Max are seen weekly on rural channel RFD-TV, carried on Dish-TV and DirecTV on This Week in Agribusiness.

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WHYY Radio Interview on PDA’s Ruling Regarding Labeling of MilK

The following podcast is of an interview with Dr. Terry Etherton on WHYY Radio in Philadelphia. This interview took place on January 15, 2008.

Summary from WHYY: The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture recently ruled that dairies that do not inject their cattle with synthetic growth hormone can no longer label their milk as hormone-free. The decision, which has been put on hold until the beginning of February, raises serious questions for consumers, dairy farmers, and retailers. We talk to TERRY ETHERTON of Penn State University.

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Podcast: Trent Loos, of Rural Route Radio, Interviews Dr. Terry Etherton

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This interview with Terry Etherton and Trent Loos took place on November 28, 2007. Rural Route is a one-hour radio show aimed at bridging rural and urban America. Each weekday the program looks at the key issues affecting our nation and explores what they mean for those involved in agriculture and those that derive the benefits of products produced by America’s farmers and ranchers. Rural Route is hosted by Trent Loos, a sixth generation U.S. rancher based in Central Nebraska. Other regular on-air personalities include Kyle Bauer (five days a week), Duane Toews (on Fridays) and Hank Vogler (on Mondays). This way for more information about Trent Loos and Rural Route Radio.

PodCast – Biotechnology in the Barnyard: A RoundTable Discussion

Dr. Terry Etherton, Distinguished Professor of Animal Nutrition and Head of the Department of Dairy and Animal Science at Penn State; Dr. Dale E. Bauman, Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor of Animal Science and Nutrition, Cornell University; and Dr. Robert Collier, Professor, University of Arizona discuss the ramifications of the public debate surrounding rbST-free milk.


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PodCast: Jumping at the Tiger Stripes and Petting the Tiger: A Roundtable Discussion With Terry Etherton and Phil Senger

In this podcast, Dr. Terry Etherton and Dr. Phil Senger, discuss the spirit of teaching – within the educational community as well as within the public sphere.

This podcast follows a seminar given by Dr. Senger on April 12, 2007. A link to a video of this seminar will be posted when it is available.

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