Put the Gold Standards into action

The Dairy Calf & Heifer Association is traveling to the heart of Pennsylvania Dutch Country for its 2013 Annual Conference in Lancaster, April 4-5. The event will offer the latest in production information, cover hot new topics and feature a highly instructive wet lab.

Session topics will include:

Developing and Enhancing the Neonatal Immune System

Developing a Vaccination Program for Heifers with New Technology

Mycoplasma Bovis Respiratory Disease

Practical Applications for Following the Gold Standards

Challenges in Effective Calf Raising

Energy Needs of Bred Heifers

Importance of Colostrum Beyond Passive Transfer

Proteins in Milk Replacers

FDA Regulations Regarding Antibiotic Residue in Meat and Milk


    Plan to attend and learn about new industry trends and the latest in production information, receive hands-on training on ways to improve business management skills, meet with existing and new agri-business partners at the trade show, and connect with fellow growers and producers from across the country.

    "This is the premier event in the dairy calf and heifer replacement industry. It brings dairymen who raise their own replacements and contract heifer raisers together for presentations of the latest research information, discussion, and networking with fellow producers and your agri-business partners. Known for an elite group of speakers and experts, this conference is a must for helping your operation become more efficient and profitable," DCHA Conference Committee Chairman Lane Sollenberger said.

    Click here to register now.

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    Learn more about the 2013 DCHA Annual Conference by visiting www.calfandheifer.org under the 2013 Conference tab.

    For registration questions, contact Susan Frank at sfrank@amrms.com or at 859-514-9835




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