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 2014 - Volume 26, Number 2

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What's Inside:

♦ Rare Cheese Revived
♦ Cheese Shelf Stability Study
♦ New FDA Sampling Assignment
♦ 25 Anniversary of the Pipeline
♦ Milk Based Off-Flavors
♦ CDR Curd Clinic-The Significance of Water Activity in Cheese Varieties
♦ Charged Membrane Technology

Dairy Pipeline 2014 - Volume 26, Number 1

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What's Inside:

♦ 20TH Anniversary Special Reflecting on the Wisconsin Master Cheesemaker® Program
♦ 2014 Master Cheesemakers
♦ The Importance of Good Air Quality Management in Cheese Plants
♦ World Championship Cheese Contest
♦ Curd Clinic: Frozen Culture Storage
♦ Don’t Miss the 2014 International Cheese Technology Expo
♦ Buiding Industry Advisory Committee

Dairy Pipeline 2013 - Volume 25, Number 4

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What's Inside:

♦ The Journey to Little Mountain
♦ i6 Update
♦ CDR's New Logo and Web Store
♦ CDR Building Update
♦ Mark Johnson UW Superstar
♦ Choosing a Dairy Protein Ingredient
♦ Making Cheeses from Different Milk
♦ Marianne Smukowski Receives Award
♦ 2014 Short Course Calendar
♦ Short Course Million Challenge
♦ CDR Cheese Applications Coordinator John Jaeggi

Dairy Pipeline 2013 - Volume 25, Number 3

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What's Inside:

♦ CDR & UW Alumni Innovating for Maximum Perfromance
♦ Partnering for Innovaiton
♦ Importance Of Acid Development In Cheese Milk Prior To Renneting
♦ Basic Techniques To Gain More Moisture In Cheese
♦ CDR Building Update
♦ Industry Update on Clostridium botulinum spores testing
♦ Pulsenet Fingerprinting of Bacterial Pathogens in Dairy Plants & Products
♦ CDR Welcomes three new staff members

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