Farm Science Review to discuss animal-to-human diseases

Zoonotic diseases, those transmitted between humans and animals, will be the focus of a program offered during Ohio State University’s Farm Science Review, near London, Ohio. FULL STORY »

Forum to highlight preventing farm accidents, injuries

Workers and families in farm-related businesses and other agricultural occupations can learn how to make their farms safer at the Agricultural Safety and Health Forum. FULL STORY »

Nutrient loss, water quality focus of Farm Science Review

Agriculture, nutrient loss, water quality, and the Maumee watershed will be a discussion topic at Ohio State University's 2012 Farm Science Review, set for Sept. 18. FULL STORY »

Field day to focus on farm management to increase productivity

The Indiana Integrated Resource Management Program’s 10th annual field day will be an opportunity for producers to learn how small changes in farm management practices can improve production. FULL STORY »

Ohio State offers dairy forum, open house Aug. 8-10

Dairy nutritionists, industry professionals, producers and anyone who wants to learn the latest research on Jersey cattle, milk production and developing a Jersey branded beef program can get tips from the experts during the Dairy Educational Forum and Open House in Columbus. FULL STORY »

Dairy Exchange to focus on succession planning, facilities

Dairy farm succession planning will be a key focus as Indiana and Kentucky dairy producers, nutritionists and support industry professionals come together for the fifth annual Kentuckiana Dairy Exchange at the end of July near Shelbyville, Ky. FULL STORY »

Illinois Milk Producers’ Association to host dairy tech showcase

The Illinois Milk Producers’ Association (IMPA) is sponsoring a dairy tech showcase on Tuesday, July 31. The conference will be hosted by dairy consultant and former extension specialist Dave Fischer and will highlight dairy technology at two Southern Illinois dairy farms. FULL STORY »

See the latest technology at World Ag Expo Play video

Dairy Herd Management editor Tom Quaife reports from the 2012 World Ag Expo in Tulare, Calif. with details on the latest technology available for dairy producers. Here are the Top 10 New Products announced by World Ag Expo. Click here. The World Ag Expo, which kicked off on Feb. 14, is one of the world's largest agricultural expositions. Attendance at this year's show is expected to total 100,000. FULL STORY »

Meetings provide in-depth dairy management strategies

The Purdue University Extension Dairy Team and Indiana Professional Dairy Producers will again partner with the Indiana Forage Council to present regional dairy meetings in five Indiana counties in February and March. FULL STORY »

Michigan State robotic dairy workshop scheduled

On March 13, 2012, a free robotic milking workshop will be held at the Kellogg Biological Station at Hickory Corners, Mich. This program is targeted at dairy farmers considering robotic milking, extension educators and others working in the agricultural industry with an interest in robotic milking. FULL STORY »

World Dairy Expo seeks 2012 award nominations

Outstanding dairy leaders from across the global dairy industry are being sought for World Dairy Expo’s annual recognition awards. FULL STORY »

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