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University of Wisconsin-Extension statewide workshops to focus on reproductive efficiency on dairy farms during January and February. FULL STORY »

Should you leave ensiled feeds in storage longer?

A field study looks at changes in starch digestibility over the winter months on commercial dairy farms in Wisconsin. FULL STORY »

Manage dairy diets to keep sulfur and potassium in check

Excess sulfur and potassium can cause mineral nutrition problems in dairy cows. FULL STORY »

Podcast discusses potassium research study

Water is often considered to be the most important, yet often overlooked, nutrient in lactating-cow diets. This research looks at how potassium supplementation impacts water intake and performance of lactating cows. FULL STORY »

Diagnose problems in your nutrition program

A recent webinar examines how to use transition and early-lactation cow records to diagnose problems in a nutrition program. It has been recorded for viewing at your convenience. FULL STORY »

Check grain bins throughout winter

Even in winter months, all stored grain should be checked on a biweekly basis to monitor grain temperature, moisture levels, and possible insect and rodent infestation. FULL STORY »

DairyCents now available for Android

The Penn State Extension Dairy Team’s mobile app, DairyCents, is now available for download on Android devices. It can be used to calculate income over feed cost and make feed-price comparisons. FULL STORY »

Feedipedia for worldwide livestock feeds

Feedipedia is an open-access information system on animal feed resources that provides information on nature, occurrence, chemical composition, nutritional value and safe use of nearly 1,400 worldwide livestock feeds. FULL STORY »

Get back to the basics of forage analysis

Here's some help for understanding the “what’s and why’s” of basic wet chemistry analysis. FULL STORY »

Insights on rumen fiber digestion

In this era of high-priced grain and higher-forage diets, our ability to predict forage digestibility is more crucial than ever. FULL STORY »

Alltech explores interactions between genetics and nutrition

It is often said that we feed our livestock better than we feed ourselves. Those words may now ring a little truer on many farms across the United States. Alltech, a global leader in animal health and nutrition, recently launched a series of new species solution programs aimed at helping animals reach their full genetic potential. FULL STORY »

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