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1:OO - 1:3O /// The Farm Report
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Ever consider goats as backyard pets? You will after today's episode of Animal Instinct, as host Celia Kutcher chats with Dr. Tatiana Stanton, a member of the Cornell University Sheep and Goat Extension Program. In her spare time, Tatiana maintains a small, pasture-based herd of 40 meat goat does. She has worked as a goat/hair sheep consultant for various nonprofit organizations in the Caribbean and Central America training both new and experienced farmers in sheep and goat management. Within the United States, Tatiana has also worked as a herdsperson for commercial goat dairies and the International Dairy Goat Research Center at Prairie View, Texas. She gives an A-Z breakdown of what it means to keep a goat as a pet - from breeding to behavior. Today's program was brought to you by Brooklyn Cares Vet.

"Unlike us, goats get most of their carbohydrate energy from fibers. It's the most important feed for them." [10:00]

"If you choose a really rare breed of goat and you want to keep that breed pure you might have a lot of difficulty finding a male goat that's unrelated." [21:00]

--Tatiana Stanton on Animal Instinct


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Dave's back for Cooking Issues and he's joined by friend of the show Chris Young of Chef'sSteps.com. Chris also helped put together the Modernist Cuisine cookbooks, and joins the program to help answer listener questions and give some insight and perspective into his work at both Chef's Steps and Modernist Cuisine. From food safety regulations to use of calcium chloride - tune in for a rapid exploration into Cooking Issues - both complicated and simple! This program was brought to you by Whole Foods Market.

"Any food safety organization in the world's job is not to figure out the minimum possible thing that's safe - their job is to provide bullet proof guidelines so nobody can mess up. THUS all of the rules are always overkill, 100% of the time." [10:00]

--Dave Arnold on Cooking Issues


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June is National Dairy Month and The Farm Report is celebrating as host Erin Fairbanks chats with Beth Chittenden of Dutch Hollow Farm. Dutch Hollow Farm is owned by the Chittenden family and is a Registered Jersey Dairy Farm that milks about 600 cows and has about 1,000 cows total. Beth shares the details surrounding the breed of cows used on the farm as well as how their milk is used once it leaves the farm. Beth goes on to explain how Dutch Hollow Farm holds animal husbandry in high regard and how they try to breed for polled cows (naturally born without horns). Also, Beth recently took a group of teen and pre-teen dairy farmers into NYC where they explored Beecher's Handmade Cheese to watch cheese being made and how NYC people see dairy in the dairy case, plus checked out the dairy case competition in "milk" (soy, almond milk, etc). NYC, as Beth elaborates on, is the most important and largest market for fluid milk for NY dairy farmers so it is necessary to educate the city on the benefits of dairy milk. After the break, Erin welcomes Mark Doyle of Fishkill Farms to the program as a highlighted adventure from our friends at EscapeMaker.com. Mark gives listeners a brief history of the farm and how Fishkill Farms has grown from a conventionally farmed apple orchard in need of new trees and new tractors, into a diversified, ecological farm with new orchards and infrastructures. This program was brought to you by EscapeMaker.com.

"We are the largest or second largest herd in Jersey State. Our milk is primarily used for making dairy products like cheese... rather than being consumed as whole milk."

"If we don't have a market then why do we need a farm?"

"When you ask somebody between milk they don't really know the differences between dairy milk and milk alternatives and where it all comes from... we need to convey that to [customers]."

--Beth Chittenden on The Farm Report


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