Midwest Dairy Expo

The Minnesota Milk Producers Association’s annual Midwest Dairy Expo will be held Nov. 26-28 at the River’s Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud, Minn. The event will feature sessions on general business management; alternative feeding strategies; automatic heat detection systems; and silage feeding trials, among many other topics. FULL STORY »

Cornell Group Housed Calf Systems Symposium

Cornell University’s PRO-DAIRY program will be conducting a Group Housed Calf Systems Symposium Dec. 12-13 in Syracuse, N.Y. Last year, this hugely popular event drew nearly 300 participants. FULL STORY »

Upcoming webinar to discuss group feeding

An eXtension webinar on Dec. 7 will explore feeding systems for dairy calves in a group-housed setting. FULL STORY »

Calf care workshops next week

The Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin is hosting calf care workshops and farm tours next Tuesday and Wednesday in Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

Insights from USDA Dairy Heifer Raiser study

The recently released "Dairy Heifer Raiser 2011" study, from the USDA's National Animal Health Monitoring System, examines current management practices used on heifer-raising facilities. FULL STORY »

Illinois Dairy Summit coming up in January

A wide range of topics will be covered during the three-stop tour, beginning Jan. 22 in Freeport, Ill. FULL STORY »

Make better deworming decisions

Evaluate your current deworming protocols with this new digital deworming tool. FULL STORY »

Dairy obstetrics and calf care workshop coming up

Learn effective newborn calf management techniques in this hands-on workshop sponsored by Penn State Extension. FULL STORY »

Antibiotic Residue Prevention Manual available to dairy producers

The National Milk Producers Federation has released a revised version of its Milk and Dairy Beef Drug Residue Prevention Manual for 2013. FULL STORY »

Dairy producer ag employee workshops begin

SDSU Extension will host Dairy Producer Ag Employee Workshops which will focus on hiring, motivating and retaining employees. FULL STORY »

Selective dairy breeding may prevent lameness, boost productivity

Dairies could increase their efficiency and improve the health of their herds if they considered lameness and hoof health when they develop breeding plans, suggests a new study led by UC Davis researchers. FULL STORY »

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