The Dairy Pipeline, CDR's quarterly newsletter, has something for everyone. Cheesemakers – farmstead, artisan, or Master – will find something interesting in this publication because it is the place where CDR scientists share thoughts, theories, and results on everything from making low sodium cheese to processing whey proteins.

Dairy Pipeline 2020 - Volume 32, Number 1

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What's Inside:

♦ 2020 Wisconsin Master Cheesemakers
♦ A Behind The Scenes Look at Dairy Ingredient Judging
♦ Critically Evaluating The Sustainability and Contribution of Dairy to a Healthy Diet
♦ What You Need To Know: Nitrogen to Protein Conversion Factors and Infant Formula
♦ Sommer and Jaeggi Inducted Into Les Guilde Internationale Des Fromagers
♦ CDR Staff Judge at World Championship Cheese Contest







Dairy Pipeline 2020 - Volume 31, Number 4

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What's Inside:

♦ Essential Principles of Cheesemaking (Part 2): Measuring and
Controlling Acidity and Moisture
♦ Tricks of the Trade: Formulating Dairy Protein Beverage
♦ CDR Article on Lactose Standardization Receives Special Recognition
♦ Cheese Expo 2020
♦ 2020 Dairy Short Courses
♦ Experienced Cheesemakers Join CDR


Dairy Pipeline 2019 - Volume 31, Number 3

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What's Inside:

♦ Hoard’s Dairyman Farm Creamery partners with CDR and cheesemakers to create unique cheeses
♦ The importance of dairy ingredients’ functionality
♦ Part 1: Essential principles of cheesemaking: starter cultures
♦ Center for Dairy Research and Wisconsin Cheese Makers Association awarded dairy business innovation initiative grant
♦ CDR welcomes new employees
♦ Smukowski elected ACS president
♦ FDA testing raw milk cheeses




Dairy Pipeline 2019 - Volume 31, Number 2

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What's Inside:

♦CDR Awarded Grants to Launch Beverage Innovation Center
♦Curd Clinic: Cheese Safety/Storage
♦Challenges With Controlling Yeast and Mold Growth in Cheese
♦Upcoming Master Short Course Will Focus on Cultures and Enzymes – “The Flavor Creators”
♦Collaborating With Industry to Improve Production of 640 Pound Blocks
♦Adding Value And Nutrition With Dairy: CDR-Developed Prototype Featured at IFT19
♦CDR Featured on Discover Wisconsin

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