Raw Milk Seminar

Northeast Texas Community College, in partnership with the Raw Milk Institute, will host a one-day intensive seminar on September 23rd from 8am to 4 pm that will cover a variety of topics relevant to the production of low-risk raw milk. Anyone interested in learning more about raw milk can benefit from this hands-on training!

The training will be held at the NTCC Ag Center (across the street from our main campus ) and will cost $25.



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Why you should attend:

Photo of Milk in glass with cows in background

  • Risk Analysis and Management Planning (RAMP)
  • The risks from grass to glass
  • The science of biofilms and pathogens
  • Udder hygiene procedures, before and after milking
  • Equipment and where risks are found inside of systems
  • Cleaning and sanitizing equipment
  • Farm biosecurity planning

The business of raw milk

  • Learning from others crises: Review of past recalls and real life case studies
  • Raw milk benefits and teaching methods for consumers
  • How to build and protect a raw milk brand
  • Discussions and answer all questions
  • Learn benefits and risks associated with raw milk

Available new technology

  • Hands on training in the use of Charm Peel Plates on-farm testing
  • Discussion of test & hold business model

Micro dairy farm visit

  • Dairy on a budget
  • Micro dairy processing room
  • Bottling from a 30 gallon vat cooler

For More Info Contact:

Call Tom Ramler at 903-434-8175 or send an email to tramler@ntcc.edu

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