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"seventy five seventy pound" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"seventy five seventy pound" Discussed on WGN Radio

"About any other your grandkids about this thing to we need perspective like that every now and. Our lives, though. We do we do really savvy back and said, okay. This is this is a bigger deal. And I think people really understand. Right. We're, we're in the middle of it. But we still have a growing season corn. It's not in the ground fill this, not in the ground. You know in Michigan. You wake up on Saturday at the end of June. It's fifty degrees. That's not helping much of anything right now. You know, looking at the total milk production of the nation. I was looking back through the past year. I think every month of two thousand eighteen total milk output climbed maybe by one percent or a little bit more. That's not been the case we've come into two thousand nineteen I think about every other month. We've seen a decline thus far this year, all the small in the milk output that I guess is somewhat friendly to the overall situation. Long-term. Is it not that were maybe beginning to put the brakes on total milk output? Certainly, we've cut the heard by about fifty thousand believe over the past year. Yes. You are correct. And I believe the past March was the first time that we were actually lower in milk production before that it was, like thirty six months or three three and a half years prior to that, where milk production was actually lower may milk production. Just came out last week, we can have to go and it was also lower by point four percent. So you've had two of the past three months where milk production is actually lower in what we're seeing throughout the country in different folks, that I talked to is milk production is steadily declining. But if you look at the butterfat the butterfat is actually ramping up if you kind of look at a chart it might be year over year one to one and a half percent. The butter fats compared to the milk. Production's tells me geyser we're doing three different things. We are breeding for better butter fats protein components. We are keeping cows cooler in the summer of trying to keep them warmer in the winter here in the midwest. And I think the third thing is the the feed the Newton. Tristesse are really diving into the saying that, hey, guys are not getting paid on the volumes anymore ship this amount of milk. We're actually getting paid on butterfat in the protein, let's make a ration for that. Let's really get these guys trying to get them paid them. So the efficiency is climbing. We're, we're improving even though the challenges are out there. We're milking fewer cows, but the output per cow just keeps on climbing. That's it's remarkable. When you look at it I haven't I haven't seen that on a graph that it just keeps going on up and up. How how much longer can we do that? That's an interesting point to to ponder there. It is. It really is the top. You know, that's a great question ten fifteen years ago when people were getting sixty sixty five, maybe seventy five seventy pounds per cow that was something that we haven't seen in a long time, because of breeding in new rations kind of put on. Now, if you're into the nineties into the hundred pounds per cow, even energy, corrected melt folks, like, okay, you know, this is this is decent to your point. Where do we go to go to one hundred twenty pounds? Do we go? Two hundred thirty pounds for Kauai. I don't know what that looks like. But with new technology and new breeding every year. I think the sky's the limit on what we could actually see, we can't have an excursion about dairy without talking about the headline of the past month or so about fair oaks has that impacted in your mind fluid milk consumption at all. Is there any ripple effect through the industry, simply because there is so much negativity attached to that situation? And I knew ahead some of the retailers in obeying proactive. And I mean, immediately knee jerk reactions within a matter of hours pulling product from the shelves. Do you think that's had any overall impact, as far as the nation is considered? You know, I really don't I've seen the steady decline in the overall fluid consumption that was already going on. That was going on for a long time. Exactly. Families and kids are nice sitting eating cereal in the morning. I can speak for myself when I wake up. I'm not eating cereal with a glass of milk. I'm grabbing granola bar that has way protein in it. It has yogurt already built into it. We're grabbing go community. And I think that is what we're going to continue to be. Everyone's on the go all the time twenty four seven but fairly melt was actually making a big indent in there because of the way they package there because the way that they represented themselves and what they're you know, the, the KC and everything in the milk. So I think a lot of these stores, that pulled it off the shelf. I could be wrong completely speculation on my side are going to realize, hey, regular milk is not selling this product was actually selling. I think things are going to come out in the in the whole fair life thing. There's always two sides to every story people need to realize that remember that, and I wouldn't be surprised if we see some more of these companies kind of bring fair life back in, put it on the shelf, because they'll sales are very important to those companies scrape points and some retailers never changed the product, right there on the show. They did elsewhere the country. It's very visible, right there on the shelf. Perfect example. Walgreens. You can't talk about the situation without discussing cheese house. The cheese demand, it's good cheese, demand. Domestically seems to be very good against begin experience living in Chicago. When you go out to these restaurants, was the first thing that you were with friends. It's usually an appetizer, maybe some kind of a chip dip with cheese in it. Folks are ordering more cheeseburgers again with cheese on it going to McDonald's. They're putting double the cheese on some of these burgers in having special offerings for that. I think the demand is still very good. And even the butter people always talk about these fad diets, if you wanna call it, that, you know, people my age are going through the more butter that you can consume. I mean, the newest thing is putting butter in your coffee, right? Half of a sticker quarter. Stick of butter into your coffee, if you can get half of America to do that, it would be incredible. So I think the domestic consumption of these products is still on the rise in the more that we can prove that it does good for the body. The better off. We're going to be obviously, but swing the international scene. What's happening there? And I guess you have to talk about China in some way, shape or form as big as they are as big a players, they are. Of course, we've had the trade war going on. But then they've got the African swine fever. What about the dairying sector and demand in China, the demand of China, we've actually seen in the past twelve maybe even fourteen months has really ramped up on the fluid milk and cream side. And also the cheese side, we've heard from a couple of different people in the industry. Obviously China is a big pork consumer. There are experts in the country throughout the world, that are saying, hey, they had to kill a big big big lump sum of the pork. Maybe they start calling some of their cattle to feed the country. I think the cattle dairy cattle think the government is starting to see that and I believe that, you know, they jumped up April, and may this year, I believe fluid milk and cream imports into China or up above seventy five thousand metro. Eric ton. If you look from two thousand sixteen to two thousand eighteen they were at or below sixty thousand metric ton. So that's saying China's definitely come in here importing products getting on the GT auction batons every other Tuesday and getting these products to, you know, the, the country, and in feeding them, Cody Coster. He is well grew up on the dairy farm and Michigan. And then now is a market analyst in the dairy industry for the folks that rice dairy here in Chicago. Some interesting thoughts that we are winding up June dairy month thinking about and realizing there's still the customer base for milk in dairy products. But we've got to work at maintaining and growing those, those numbers while max don't go too far away. Because we've got to catch up on the weekly Crump report when we continue. You hear on the Saturday morning show. On demand. Radio dot com. The key to good barbecue. Presentation, you can never have too much. No one likes warm beer. I make the potato salad the night before. And I always have one of those special candles to keep them -squitoes away. Most importantly, the stakes I like mine rare, my wife insists on medium in my brother, Frank. Well done. Like a hockey.

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"seventy five seventy pound" Discussed on WWL

WWL

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"seventy five seventy pound" Discussed on WWL

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