June 12, 2017:
“Monitoring and managing metabolic diseases in the transition cow"
Daryl Nydam, D.V.M., Cornell University Sponsored by: Cargill Animal Nutrition
Join us as Daryl Nydam, D.V.M, Cornell University, presents “Monitoring and managing metabolic diseases in the transition cow” on Monday, June 12, at noon (Central time). The transition cow faces a number of challenges including metabolic and infectious diseases, which can cause problems throughout the upcoming lactation. This webinar will discuss energy balance and minimizing disease risk during this critical stage.
The Hoard’s Dairyman webinar series is held the second Monday of each month, and broadcasted from noon until 1:00 p.m. central time. Once registered, you can join the webinar up to 15 minutes ahead of the start time. This alllows you time to check for sound levels and screen dynamics. Sign up here
July 10, 2017
"Opportunities and Challenges in Dairy Replacement Heifer Raising"
Mike Overton, Elanco
American Agricultural Editors Association
1st Place, AAEA webinar: “Milking ration fiber for all its worth”
by Rick Grant, Miner Institute
2nd Place, AAEA webinar:
“What the cows are telling us about their transition needs”
by Ken Nordlund, D.V.M., UW-Madison
1st Place, AAEA webinar:
“Finding the next five pounds of milk”
by Mike Hutjens, University of Illinois
2nd Place, AAEA webinar:
“Winter strategies to enhance teat health and milk quality”
by Leo Timms, Iowa State University
3rd Place, AAEA webinar:
“Help your dry cows avoid heat stress”
by Geoff Dahl, University of Florida
Our webinars are approved for continuing education units (CEU) from the American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists. Each hour-long webinar will earn one CEU. There is no cost to register or view the webinars. Once registered, you will receive e-mail reminders of the webinar date and time. If unable to attend a webinar, they will be recorded and can be accessed later.
Hosted by the energetic Mike Hutjens of the University of Illinois, each one-hour webinar will include nationally known and carefully selected presenters who will discuss the most timely and relevant topics and challenges faced by dairy producers today. Topics will cover input costs, finance, nutrition, milk quality, herd management, and milk marketing and dairy policy plans. All of the webinar topic areas are not finalized; this will allow for the addition of time-sensitive topics to be added. Your suggestions on topics are certainly welcome. The webinars are designed to be interactive. If you have questions during the presentation, they can be typed directly to the presenter, and everyone can learn from the response and discussion. Polls can be conducted during the webinar to give the presenter a sound understanding of his or her audience demographics.