Online dairy classes begin soon

"Advanced Dairy Nutrition" and "Milk Secretion, Mastitis, and Quality," two courses offered through the University of Illinois, begin Jan. 28. FULL STORY »

Start planning for higher forage rations

There are many benefits to feeding high-forage rations to dairy cows, but doing so successfully takes careful planning. Here is some advice to get you started. FULL STORY »

Nutrition tweaks for a better 2013

Use your forage resources wisely in 2013. Here is some advice. FULL STORY »

5 tools to evaluate how you feed cows

Use these tools to evaluate the big picture and then start fine tuning the ration. FULL STORY »

Considering rumen-protected amino acids?

Here is some advice to help you determine the potential of rumen-protected amino acids in your feeding program. FULL STORY »

Podcast discusses distillers research

Sudden additions of up to 5 percent condensed distillers solubles in lactating-cow diets did not affect milk yield or milk fat. FULL STORY »

Increase efficiency with amino acid balancing

In case you missed it, a recent webinar featuring a discussion on amino acid balancing has been recorded and is available at Dairy Herd Network. FULL STORY »

High-quality corn silage: A gift that keeps giving

New research findings suggest the milk-yield benefits of feeding highly digestible corn silage to transition cows may continue for at least two or three months after the silage is removed from the diet. FULL STORY »

Help for choosing corn hybrids for next season

Compare performance data carefully before making a corn hybrid selection for the 2013 growing season. Consider that planting a marginal hybrid could cap yield potential before the field is even planted. FULL STORY »

Cows eat pounds, not percentages

It’s not uncommon when discussing rations to talk in terms of percentages. While these terms work well when discussing the ingredients themselves, they don’t provide much information as to the amount of nutrition actually consumed by the cow. FULL STORY »

Research leads to more answers about amino acids

Are there amino acids besides methionine and lysine limiting milk production? Penn State researchers have determined that histidine also may be a limiting amino acid in high-producing dairy cow diets. FULL STORY »

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