DairyBeef

Maximizing quality and profits - A consistent food safety message

D. A. Moore, J. H. Kirk, D. J. Klingborg, F. Garry, W. Wailes, J. Dalton, J. Busboom, R. W. Sams, M. Poe, M. Payne, John A Marchello, M. Looper, D. Falk, T. Wright

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Abstract

To respond to meat safety and quality issues in dairy market cattle, a collaborative project team for 7 western states was established to develop educational resources providing a consistent meat safety and quality message to dairy producers, farm advisors, and veterinarians. The team produced an educational website and CD-ROM course that included videos, narrated slide sets, and on-farm tools. The objectives of this course were: 1) to help producers and their advisors understand market cattle food safety and quality issues, 2) help maintain markets for these cows, and 3) help producers identify ways to improve the quality of dairy cattle going to slaughter. DairyBeef: Maximizing Quality & Profits consists of 6 sections, including 4 core segments. Successful completion of quizzes following each core segment is required for participants to receive a certificate of completion. A formative evaluation of the program revealed the necessity for minor content and technological changes with the web-based course. All evaluators considered the materials relevant to dairy producers. After editing, course availability was enabled in February, 2003. Between February and May, 2003, 21 individuals received certificates of completion.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)183-190
Number of pages8
JournalJournal of Dairy Science
Volume87
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 2004

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Food Safety
profits and margins
food safety
dairies
markets
Meat
educational resources
meat
CD-ROM
Safety
technological change
program evaluation
Food Quality
farms
Veterinarians
cattle
Program Evaluation
food quality
dairy cattle
veterinarians

Keywords

  • Dairy cattle
  • Food safety
  • Meat quality

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Animal Science and Zoology
  • veterinary(all)
  • Food Science

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Moore, D. A., Kirk, J. H., Klingborg, D. J., Garry, F., Wailes, W., Dalton, J., ... Wright, T. (2004). DairyBeef: Maximizing quality and profits - A consistent food safety message. Journal of Dairy Science, 87(1), 183-190.

DairyBeef : Maximizing quality and profits - A consistent food safety message. / Moore, D. A.; Kirk, J. H.; Klingborg, D. J.; Garry, F.; Wailes, W.; Dalton, J.; Busboom, J.; Sams, R. W.; Poe, M.; Payne, M.; Marchello, John A; Looper, M.; Falk, D.; Wright, T.

In: Journal of Dairy Science, Vol. 87, No. 1, 01.2004, p. 183-190.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Moore, DA, Kirk, JH, Klingborg, DJ, Garry, F, Wailes, W, Dalton, J, Busboom, J, Sams, RW, Poe, M, Payne, M, Marchello, JA, Looper, M, Falk, D & Wright, T 2004, 'DairyBeef: Maximizing quality and profits - A consistent food safety message', Journal of Dairy Science, vol. 87, no. 1, pp. 183-190.
Moore DA, Kirk JH, Klingborg DJ, Garry F, Wailes W, Dalton J et al. DairyBeef: Maximizing quality and profits - A consistent food safety message. Journal of Dairy Science. 2004 Jan;87(1):183-190.
Moore, D. A. ; Kirk, J. H. ; Klingborg, D. J. ; Garry, F. ; Wailes, W. ; Dalton, J. ; Busboom, J. ; Sams, R. W. ; Poe, M. ; Payne, M. ; Marchello, John A ; Looper, M. ; Falk, D. ; Wright, T. / DairyBeef : Maximizing quality and profits - A consistent food safety message. In: Journal of Dairy Science. 2004 ; Vol. 87, No. 1. pp. 183-190.
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