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The number one podcast for those involved or just interested in the production of beef animals and dairy herds. A comedy podcast by Benjamin Partridge.

Customer Reviews

So informative!

As someone who was raised to never look a cow in the eyes, I always lived in fear of beef. I would see it in the groceries stores and have to look away, as I did not know what part of the beef would be the equivalent of the eyes. I couldn’t drink milk, as then the cows could look inside me. My family would huddle around our chicken meals in the evenings and feel safe, but I always felt like something was missing.
Now I know that it was beef that I was missing all along. Since listening to your podcast I have learned about the wonders of beef and dairy, and I have never felt more fulfilled. I now know that there is more to life, and I can’t wait to taste it all!

All your beef and dairy news needs

Of all the beef and dairy releated podcasts out there, this one definitely makes for the most essential listening.

God Save the Meat!

As a Yank, my life was empty because I could not get quality information about the beef and dairy industry in the UK. To be sure, I could get spotty cattle prices from one website, questionable butter futures from another and yoghurt expiration date tables from a third. But now my life is complete. All of this, and more, in one podcast. This is truly the Gold Standard by which all other agricultural reports (not just beef and dairy!) shall henceforth be held to.

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