Dairy Ingredient Applications

October 22-23

☀ Registration is now open.

The Dairy Ingredient Applications Short Course is a basic two-day course dealing with the issues of concentrated and dried milk and whey ingredients. Discussions will cover composition, processing, quality and applications of these dairy ingredients.

This course, offered every other year is intended for manufacturers of dairy ingredients and food companies who use dairy ingredients. For cheesemakers and whey processors, the course will survey the potential for maximizing returns on whey and milk ingredients. This workshop is one of the approved elective courses for candidates in the Wisconsin Master Cheesemaker® Program.

Cost: $500.00 | Location: Babcock Hall, Room 205 | Register On-line & Payment
Registration begins at 8:00 a.m. and the program starts at 8:25 a.m.
Each student should bring the course confirmation to the workshop.

Day 1
Dairy Ingredients 101
» Composition of Dairy Ingredients
» Dairy Ingredients Standards & Regulations
» Production of Dairy Ingredients
Properties of Dairy Ingredients
» Functional Properties of Dairy Ingredients
» Pilot plant and Application Lab Demonstrations » Process Parameters Impacting Functionality

Day 2
Dairy Ingredient Utilization
» Storage Considerations of Dairy Ingredients
» Dairy Applications
» Food Applications
» New Dairy Ingredients
» Dairy Ingredient Evaluation and Finished Product Tasting
» Dairy Ingredient Research Update
» Dairy Protein Nutrition Update

Lodging is not included in the registration fee. Make your lodging reservation directly with the hotel/motel you select. As a convenience, each of the following hotels will hold a block of rooms for this course. Rooms will be sold on a first-come basis. Shuttle service is provided at both hotels.
DoubleTree 525 West Johnson Street, 608-251-5511.
Special rates: $169 single & double (plus 14.5% taxes). Group rate code: DIA. Cut off date: September 21st.

The Madison Concourse Hotel One West Dayton Street, 800-356-8293.
Special rates: $154 single & double (plus 14.5% taxes). Group rate code: Dairy Ingredient Applications Short Course. Cut off date: September 23rd.

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You must have a parking pass. Campus parking is restricted. Purchase a daily or half-day parking permit in advance by completing the online ordering form here: or by calling the Special Events Office at 608-262-8683. Please allow two weeks for processing. Inquiries about visitor parking can be sent to: visitor-parking@fpm.wisc.edu
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KJ Burrington
1605 Linden Drive
Email burrington@cdr.wisc.edu
Registration Contact:
CALS Conference Services
640 Babcock Drive
Phone: 608-263-1672 | Fax: 608-262-5088
Register On-line & Payment