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The Cheesecast

Daine Pavloski

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The Cheesecast is a podcast about, you guessed it, cheese! Two Olivet College professors, Kirk Hendershott-Kraetzer, PhD, and Daine Pavloski, explore the world of cheese through a podcast from the Margaret Upton Conservatory on the campus of Olivet College. Kirk is a well-traveled, well-informed cheese-knower, while Daine doesn't know the difference between Gruyere and Gouda. Join them on their adventure to learn, laugh and, most importantly, eat cheese. Support this podcast: https://podcast ...
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Funny first. Factual second. The XboxCast is a podcast hosted by Kyle, Lee and Simone - Xbox Gamers who share their gaming stories, opinions, and insights almost every week. Whether it’s #NuNews for some sort of Xbox news, or #GameFace! covering their gaming adventures, the trio ”always have something fun and interesting to talk about”. The XboxCast holds the title for the longest running Xbox Podcast from down under, and if you listen carefully, you’ll find yourself asking why. To find out ...
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The Black Oni podcast is all about gaming. We give our impressions on recently released games, talk about news and hot topics in the gaming industry, and have a laugh or two along the way.
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Night Cheese

Night Cheese

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Night Cheese is a podcast created by and featuring David Sims, senior associate editor covering entertainment for The Atlantic, and Sonia Saraiya, television critic at Salon. We largely talk about television, film, and other types of pop culture; each week, we also try (and review) a different kind of cheese. The podcast is produced by Molly Auerbach, teacher and bassist extraordinaire.
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Supposedly Adults

Jansen Tan, Lyris Miu, Melody Miu, Calvin Ngan

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Welcome to Supposedly Adults! We are four supposed adults making sense of the world, learning how to be a slightly better person, and just trying to make life suck less! Also, we have no friends so please share this with more people, and leave us a rating and review for my self-worth! Come hang out with us on LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook (@supposedlyadults)!
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Why does the cold side of a pillow feel so good? What are the comfiest slippers to wear? Why do we like to collect cool things? This is the sort of stuff that Justin Warner wonders about. With his infinite curiosity about the world, he is on a quest to become the ultimate Bon Vivant, to learn about the things that make life great. Each episode, join Justin as he learns more about life, the things that make life awesome, and answers the question of "Why do these things rule in the first place?"
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There’s an artistry to making cheese. There’s also an art to sandwich making. And those two things come together at the Wisconsin Grilled Cheese Sandwich Championship. Jenna Vondra, Dodgeville Area Chamber of Commerce Executive Director shares how this event got started and what attendees can expect for this year. The event takes place Saturday, Ap…
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Brie first. Feta second. NVidia has bought Xbox! While details are a bit sketchy at the moment in terms of if it's the brand or the whole division. While it makes sense from Microsoft's point of view to remove the gaming brand from its portfolio, we are interested to see where this takes the industry. And will this mean that that this will break th…
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Dust off your boots and grab your cowboy hats because the Midwest Horse Fair is about to get a whole lot wilder as 5 cowboys and 5 cowgirls will compete in the Top Hand Challenge. Pam bound, the competition chair says A competition of grit, showcasing a range of speed, roping and precision, all for $5,000 in cash. "We took the top five riders, both…
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Jim Versweyvld, UW-Extension Farm Management Specialist says farms need to slow down and think about how they introduce new employees to their farming duties. Clear communications about duties and policies like cell phone use are key. It's all about the numbers. The latest Census of Agriculture painted a pretty bleak picture if you looked at the cu…
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Whether you're getting married at the farm or your farm is the venue -- put insurance on the to-do list! Carmen Brueggen Katsma is a Rural Mutual Insurance agent out of Poynette. She says she’s seen the wedding barn industry boom in her neck of the woods and she serves a number of them on their insurance needs. She walks us through the basics: the …
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Vegetable processors across the country are feeling price pressure due to tariffs on steel, according to the Midwest Food Products Association. It's amped up the competition with foreign processors. Wisconsin is one of the top states in the production of the major processing vegetables, notably green peas, snap beans, and potatoes. This year, at le…
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They say that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and that beauty is turning into a new marketing opportunity for Equity Cooperative Livestock Sales Association. Curt Larson, President and CEO of Equity Livestock says their acquisition of the former United Livestock Center in Maquoketa, Iowa, is coming along as they focus on replacing scales and …
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Sydney Flick manages her family farm Jazzy Jerseys in Lodi. They milk about 800 cows. She says while 1 billion people will celebrate Earth Day on April 22 this year, it's something she lives every day. “We rely on the land to take care of our family and the cows.” Jazzy Jerseys has reduced water usage by recycling. They use cold water from the well…
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Decisions are being made today about county fair animals and exhibits you'll see later this summer. Stephanie Hoff talks with UW-Extension Youth Livestock Specialist, Bernie O'Rourke, about getting started on the right foot and establishing a partnership with your veterinarian early. The College for Rural Wisconsin may not be a name you're familiar…
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For those whose primary experience with corn is the butter-drenched corn on the cob variety, it might come as a surprise that other forms of sweet corn are in trouble. There has been an ongoing decline in sweet corn production for frozen and canned products and other processed vegetables. Bill Tracy is the Director of the UW Sweet Corn Program and …
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The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza is impacting more farm animals than poultry. Dairy cows in several states have also contracted the virus, and it has people concerned about the safety of dairy and meat. Adam Brock joins us, Administrator of the Division of Food and Recreational Safety. he says he’s been getting phone calls about whether eggs, …
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The 2024 Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors wrapped up their convention on Saturday in Madison and it was full of great meat offerings and great hands on learning. Pam Jahnke talks to Dr. Jeff Sindelar, UW-Extension Meat Specialist, about the state-of-the-art Meat Science and Animal Biologics Discovery Center that helped with hands on learnin…
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We all have a responsibility to use our resources wisely. And farmers are great examples of how it’s done because they work hard every day to meet the needs of tomorrow. Scott Timm joins us, he comes from a diversified farming operation in Green County and has prioritized environmental sustainability, including cover crops. He was named as one of W…
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Farmers make up less than 2 percent of the population, yet they are responsible for feeding the world. That’s why preserving natural resources for generations to come is vital in agriculture. For farmers, Earth Day is every day. Brooke Trustem joins us in-studio. She is a 6th generation farmer and works on her family’s dairy farm in Evansville, Lar…
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Wisconsin 4-H is asking the state's businesses and agribusinesses to sound off on how 4-H can prepare future employees for their opportunities. Jill Jorgensen, UW-Extension 4-H Specialist in Green Bay talks with Pam Jahnke about how the survey's constructed and what they hope it accomplishes. Survey results are being gathered until the end of the m…
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Jill Jorgensen, WI Youth Development 4-H Animal Science and Agriculture Outreach Specialist in Green Bay is helping spread the word about an important survey underway, gauging employers views on 4-H programming. University Extension 4-H programs from throughout the upper Midwest are conducting the survey on Food, Agriculture, & Related Businesses W…
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Demand for beef has remained strong as consumers repeatedly claim they will continue purchasing beef, both in retail and foodservice settings. Consumers continue to rank beef as a top source of protein, superior in taste, nutritious, and good for social gatherings and special occasions. At the same time, the beef industry is observing some decline …
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Wisconsin has more than 500 independent large, medium and small meat processors that dot the state, and Jake Sailer, president of Sailer Meat's in Elmwood, wants all of them involved with the Wisconsin Association of Meat Processors (WAMP)! Sailer is the outgoing president of WAMP, excited about what the board has lined up for 2024. He highlighted …
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Coffee to Costa Rica is like milk to Wisconsin. Bob Bosold visits with tour guide Miquel at Doka Coffee Estate about everything from weather to the best way to brew a cup. The Dane County Farmers Market kicked off its summer season on the Capitol Square Saturday. Jamie Buegel, Farmers Market Manager, talks about the volume of vendors they have this…
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It's been three weeks of constant cheese talk. So, let's break the pattern by talking about a dog-napping! April Achievement Challenge is here, and Lee is on the path to get 100k Gamer Score in one month. And he's doing it by playing really bad and baby games. That isn't t say there aren't some gems hidden in the slog. How are you going through Apr…
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The Dane County Farmers Market is ready to return to the Capitol Square. As the largest producer only farmers market in America, it will be celebrating its 52nd year on the square. “The Dane County Farmers Market was founded in September of 1972 with just five farmers set up on the Capitol Square,” says Jamie Bugel, Market Manager for the Dane Coun…
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The excitement on the UW-Rivers Falls campus is palpable as seniors wrap up their last semester and prepare to accept their diplomas. The news from the College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences is that the job market for these grads is looking good. So good, that students have to weigh the benefits of each job offer carefully before d…
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There's no better way to understand the dry winter then riding with a barge captain on the Mississippi. Jim Cheatam is a barge captain with Western River who's also active sharing his stories on social media. Charitee Seebecker talked with him about current water levels, what's moving on the waterway today, and what worries him about the 2024 seaso…
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Imagine you're putting together your own engine. You've gone through the process of picking out the best products and start putting them together to build or rebuild your farm truck or tractor. But then you notice that something is off. Now you have to disassemble the engine and start from scratch. Sound familiar? Baril Engine Rebuilding can help s…
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Wisconsin Senator Joan Ballweg is summing up the work completed at the state house like the springtime sport we're watching - baseball. In a conversation with Pam Jahnke, Ballweg acknowledged there were some successes that crossed the plate like getting additional financial support for the states county fairs, but also missed opportunities due in p…
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Derek Ahl owns and operates Northern Family Farms in Merrillan, WI. His business focuses on the shrubs and ornamental trees that homeowners are looking for at this time of year. Jill Welke visits the farm and finds out how the winter impacted their stock, and what customers are looking for this spring. North Carolina has become the seventh state th…
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The Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) is circulating again, but it’s impacting more than birds. Several states have found this strain of bird flu in dairy cows. Wisconsin has not had a case yet this year, but it has a system in place to help prevent the spread of animal disease if it does come into our state. Wisconsin requires anyone with l…
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Another episode of Top Chef Wisconsin will air tonight on the Bravo Network. Stephanie Hoff talks with some of the contestants on their impression of the event and the emphasis on Wisconsin commodities. She also chats with some of the Wisconsin cheesemakers that made appearances on the show. High Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) is still making he…
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Wisconsin is moving away from carbon-based fuels such as coal, and moving toward renewable energy such as wind and solar. This means there are more opportunities for farmers to add value to their farms with solar arrays. But you’re going to want to proceed with caution. Bill Oemichen joins us in-studio. He’s a professor of law at the UW-Madison Div…
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Blake Foraker joins us. He’s an assistant professor of meat science at Washington State University. His expertise lies in beef on dairy cross animals and how to improve the traits in these cattle to keep their value in the beef market. He says beef on dairy cross animals isn’t new, but they haven’t been this popular until fairly recently. See omnys…
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Soil health remains a top-of-mind concern for farmers. With spring planting season just ahead, it’s important to take proper steps before and after planting to better control weeds. Rodrigo Werle, UW-Extension Cropping Systems Weed Specialist, says recent snow and rain has helped soil moisture improve which will help farmers manage their weeds in t…
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Agriculture has increasingly relied more and more on automation to improve safety, production, and quality. Regardless of the final product, many growers, processors, and transporters use automated equipment or rely on support and utility systems. Vinny Endres is the president of Bitmasked Automation and uses his personal farm experience to help fa…
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Wisconsin apple growers are still on high alert over weather conditions that might jeopardize their crop. Charitee Seebecker talks to Steve Louis from Oakwood Fruit Farm in Richland Center about what he's observing, and how he's preparing for what could be a dry spring. New technology is allowing farms to try and remove some of the punch neighbors …
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University Extension 4-H programs from throughout the upper Midwest are conducting a survey on Food, Agriculture, & Related Businesses Workforce Needs. The information they gather in the survey will enhance 4-H initiatives in promoting career pathways in the agriculture, food & forestry career industries with a better understanding of the workforce…
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Cheese! You're welcome. If you want to support us, please share the podcast on social media. If you want to get access to our special Discord room, have your name read out on the podcast, and get to vote in Patreon Picks, then support us on Patreon. -- For previous episodes, our socials, community events, and more, visit ⭐THE XBOXCAST OFFICIAL WEBS…
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Melissa Wienkes is the second generation on her family bison farm in Seymour, raising over 100 head. She’s also active in the Wisconsin Bison Producers Association, actively promoting and preserving the American bison in Wisconsin. Maybe you’ve had a bison burger from the association’s famous food truck. Melissa says you can check out your local bi…
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Agriculture exists everywhere in the world - but it can look different than Wisconsin. Bob Bosold visits with Oscar Vargas, an agriculture guide in Costa Rica, about their labor force and the type of agriculture you'll see there. Today's solar eclipse could cause animals around the farm to act a little odd today, at least for the few minutes the ec…
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As the weather starts to warm up, dairy producers face the looming challenge of heat stress in their dairy herds. With temperatures rising earlier than usual, the need to manage the heat becomes increasingly urgent. Heat stress poses a considerable risk to the health, well-being and production of dairy cows. As we approach the summer months, it’s c…
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In a heartwarming testament to the joys of farm life and family bonds, author Chase Pagel of Kewaunee announces the release of her debut book, "Rosco's Sweet Treats." Inspired by her own experiences growing up on a family farm, Pagel brings to life the endearing tale of her daughter Kylie and her beloved Jersey steer, Rosco. The narrative of "Rosco…
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Master Cheesemaker Pam Hodgson from Sartori Cheese has found her audience has expanded after her appearance on Top Chef. This season, the television series is all about Wisconsin. The latest episode focuses on Wisconsin cheese and features more than a dozen decorated specialty cheeses, including Sartori's Bellavitano Merlot. Hodgson was a celebrity…
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Top Chef contestant Dan Jones has been feeling the love from Wisconsin viewers during the season because of his Wisconsin roots. While he's competing on home turf, he says it isn't a walk in the park. He's still getting introduced to new ingredients and challenges. He recently discovered Wisconsin was a top producer of cranberries. Dan encourages h…
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The latest episode of Top Chef Wisconsin was all about cheese, but there were some other products thrown in there as well, such as ginseng, Door County cherries, and Kikkoman soy sauce. Michelle Wallace, who scored a top spot in the most recent episode, says all she knew about Wisconsin agriculture before Top Chef was that it was the land of beer a…
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Rural nurses are the backbone of healthcare in agricultural communities -to celebrate them, and to promote rural health outcomes, AgriSafe is offering 125 continuing education scholarships for nurses who serve areas designated as “rural and medically underserved.” to take their Nurse Scholar program free of charge. The deadline to apply for a schol…
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PepsiCo, Inc. is one of the leading multinational food and beverage companies. And they're zeroing in on consumer trends, including increased demand for sustainable food and agriculture. Director of Government Affairs Dan Christenson says the company's partnerships to meet consumer needs are happening at the local level, such as cutting carbon emis…
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It doesn't matter what area of agriculture business you're involved in. Chances are you've had to try and hire someone to fill a vacancy. And with spring planting just around the corner, finding quality employees on the farm is more important than ever. The question is, is your operation welcoming to them? UW-Extension Farm Management Specialist, J…
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A new company's planning a ground breaking on April 23rd in Portage that could lead to a brand new source of power for your clock, computer and eventually car! The Wisconsin Battery Company is focusing it's energy on bringing a new hemp based battery to the marketplace. Pam Jahnke visits with Jeff Greene, CEO of the Wisconsin Battery Company about …
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Wisconsin farmers and rural communities have definitely responded to the opportunity for funding on improvements on their local roads and bridges. Pam Jahnke visited with Wisconsin Department of Transportation Assistant Deputy Secretary, Joel Nilsesteun, about where current application levels stand. Nilsesteun says that any completed application th…
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There's no better way to get a first-hand look at the water levels of the Mississippi River and the impacts on shipments than the pilot house of a river tow boat. Jimmy Cheatham, barge captain on the Western Rivers says they’re doing an excellent job at moving freight right now. However, despite this and the recent snowfall we’ve had, he’s still ca…
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Wisconsin is still a patchwork quilt of have's and have-nots when it comes to broadband internet technology. There are several parts of Wisconsin, especially rural areas in northern parts of the state, that have inadequate internet or no access to high-speed internet at all. Wisconsin needs to do a much better job of creating a stronger broadband i…
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Five states have confirmed detections of the Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza in dairy cattle. Texas, Kansas, New Mexico, Idaho, and Michigan -- the closest state to Wisconsin. Some states, such as Nebraska, are enacting stricter import rules to control the spread. Wisconsin State Veterinarian Dr. Darlene Konkle says as of right now, Wisconsin off…
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