Ep. 49: Schweid & Sons-The Very Best Burger: Jamie Schweid
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by Brianna Buseman
2w ago
Ground beef is the most commonly consumed form of beef in the US. This week, I visited with Jamie Schweid, President and CEO of Schweid & Sons, Inc., a 4th generation, family owned ground beef business. You can find Schweid & Sons burgers in store at Kroger and Publix, or in restaurants such as Five Guys, Fuddruckers and Cheesecake Factory.  ..read more
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Ep. 48: Studying the Steak: Dr. Jessica Lancaster
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by Brianna Buseman
1M ago
Dr. Jessica Lancaster is the Director of Product Quality Research for the National Cattlemen's Beef Association and joins us this week to visit about the research happening in the beef world and the connection of academia to industry ..read more
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Ep. 47: Art and Science of Aging Beef
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by Brianna Buseman
2M ago
Christmas is fast approaching and for many people that means it is time to get the perfect prime rib. For some, the perfect cut may come along with some aging time. This episode talks about wet and dry aging and how they can improve the final product.  ..read more
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Ep. 46: Meat Things to Know
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by Brianna Buseman
3M ago
Like our teachers always said, if one person has a question, there are likely others wondering it as well! This week we visit about some of the questions I have received recently. It might just be something you have wondered about too ..read more
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Ep. 45: Beef, Building Opportunities
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by Brianna Buseman
4M ago
Through my interest in the beef industry, I have had so many cool opportunities to grow my industry knowledge, travel and most importantly-meet people! This week I visit about some of the doors that have been opened for me in the beef business and how you can take advantage of those opportunities as well (or encourage someone else to!).  ..read more
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Ep. 44: Back of the Steak is the Steer
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by Brianna Buseman
5M ago
"Back of the bread is the flour, back of the flour is the mill, back of the mill is the sun and the rain and the Maker's will."  This saying from middle church camp has always stuck out to me as a reminder of the work that went into producing our food. This week we relate that back to meat production and the opportunities within the industry. *Fair warning-there were a lot of technical struggles this week from accidental repeated content to inability to attach the intro.  Here's to hoping next time goes better ..read more
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Ep. 43: The News
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by Brianna Buseman
6M ago
A lot is happening in the meat industry! This week we recap some of the top news stories impacting the industry today.  ..read more
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Ep. 42: Pork, Bringing People Together: Hayden Kerkaert
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by Brianna Buseman
6M ago
This week I am joined by Hayden Kerkaert, a swine nutritionist for Pipestone Systems. On the episode we talk about pork quality and the steps to ensure that a safe product makes it to your table. Thank you to Meat the Neighbors for sponsoring this week's episode ..read more
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Ep. 41: Hormone Havoc
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by Brianna Buseman
7M ago
I always have some interesting conversations when at the airport. Upon finding out I was a meat scientist, one of the conversations ventured into discussions about hormones in meat. It was a good conversation to have that day, and just as good to talk about today ..read more
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Ep. 40: Start of Something New
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by Brianna Buseman
7M ago
No, this isn't an episode that breaks into a High School Musical number, but it does give a little info on my new job and reflect on my past couple years at UNL. I am thankful for my time at the University, but am excited to take a jump into an industry role ..read more
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