DCHA Webinar: Achieving maximum growth potential of replacement heifers

Robert Corbett, DVM, PAS, with Dairy Health Consultation, will present "Achieving Maximum Growth Potential of Replacement Heifers through Management and Nutrition," at the next DCHA webinar on Wednesday, Sept. 14, at 1:00 p.m. CDT. FULL STORY »

Practice pesticide safety

Improper use of insecticides can result in residues in the milk and meat from dairy animals. Residue problems can be avoided by managing pesticides properly. FULL STORY »

Dairy calf raising workshops slated

The University of Georgia Cooperative Extension will host two workshops on dairy calf-raising this August. The training is free and will be done in English and Spanish. FULL STORY »

Dairy training for Hispanic employees coming in August

Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin will offer three workshops — taught totally in Spanish — for your Hispanic employees in August. FULL STORY »

Make plans now to attend the 2012 Dairy Calf & Heifer Conference

Plan now to join growers and producers from around the country at the 2012 Dairy Calf & Heifer Conference, March 20-21, in Visalia, Calif., centrally located in California's dairy country. FULL STORY »

DCRC annual meeting to share research, technology

The Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council (DCRC) invites producers, veterinarians, nutritionists, academia and industry professionals to the 2011 annual DCRC meeting on Nov. 10-11 at the Hilton Kansas City Airport in Kansas City, Mo. FULL STORY »

6 goals to improve silage stability

Ensiled forages are the most common feeds used on dairy farms. However, silages also are the most variable feeds on the farm. The nutritive value of silage affects animal health and production and the overall quality of dairy and beef products. Check out these six goals to improve silage stability. FULL STORY »

Get manure’s full value

Recently, more and more dairy farmers have been considering the contribution of manure’s value to their cash flow in livestock operation budgets. But, determining the economic value of the nutrients in livestock manure can be tricky. To help, check out this spreadsheet that considers first-year fertilizer replacement value, possible residual value, and yield impacts, along with application cost. FULL STORY »

Practice quality control of feeds

Poor quality control of feed ingredients can lead to health problems in cattle. Put these guidelines from the Dairy Animal Care & Quality Assurance manual to use. FULL STORY »

Calf care school a success!

With five MSU Extension Calf Care Schools conducted and more to go this fall, evaluations show that participants have a better understanding of caring for dairy calves and are more enthusiastic about their jobs. FULL STORY »

The antibiotic message

Antibiotics are on consumers’ minds, and it’s important to know how to talk to them about why and how antibiotics are used in dairy cattle and milk production. FULL STORY »

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