July 14 2017
Opportunities and challenges in dairy replacement heifer raising by Michael Overton, D.V.M. Heifers are the future for dairies
July 14 2017
To be successful, or profitable, raising heifers to first calving includes three areas of consideration – nutrition, health, and reproduction
June 16 2017
Calving can be a challenging time for a cow. But the issues go beyond giving birth. Around freshening, the dairy cow is struggling with net energy, protein, and mineral imbalances
June 14 2017
The transition cow faces a number of challenges including metabolic and infectious diseases, which can cause problems throughout the upcoming lactation. This webinar discusses energy balance and minimizing...
May 11 2017
Cows are “talking” to us every day, but are we listening? This webinar will explore measurements that can improve profits, milk yield, feed digestion, health, and reproductive performance....
April 14 2017
Cows feel heat stress before people do, and higher producing cows generate a lot more heat than lower producing ones
April 14 2017
A breath of fresh air – ventilating barnsby Nigel Cook, MRCVS, University of Wisconsin-Madison Nigel Cook, MRCVS., University of Wisconsin-Madison, will cover basic design concepts required for...
March 17 2017
Ah, that new car feel . . . It’s different, better, and exciting . . . all at the same time. As I watched our March webinar, “Making use of all that parlor data,” I instantly made the...
March 17 2017
This webinar will review a Dairy Comp305 parlor performance summary
Feb. 17 2017
by Emily Yeiser Stepp, Jamie Jonker, Ryan Bennett, National Milk Producers Federation staff Farmers Assuring Responsible Management (FARM) is dairy’s comprehensive quality a
Jan. 13 2017
“A reproductive update" webinar by Jeff Stevenson, Kansas State University. Should you be tweaking your reproductive program to improve efficiency?
Jan. 13 2017
Kansas State University professor Jeff Stevenson started the monthly Hoard’s Dairyman webinar with a timeline overview of management tools that have aided in the reproduction progress of dairy cows
Dec. 19 2016
“Exploring how this year’s forage will feed” was presented by John Goeser of Rock River Laboratory
Dec. 15 2016
John Goeser, Rock River Laboratory, discusses the campfire within the rumen, which in turn helps explain how and why crops feed differently. Due to a challenging corn silage and grain harvest, John explores...
Nov. 14 2016
“Inflammation around calving: What does it mean and how should we approach it?”by Barry Bradford, Kansas StateBrought to you by Virtus Nutrition (www.virtusnutrition.com)
Oct. 14 2016
The presentation began with an overview of the forage situation. In 2016, there was a summer drought in the west and northeast sections of the U.S. (and Canada)
Oct. 14 2016
Feed supply outlookpresented by Mike Rankin, Hay & Forage Grower magazine, and Mike Hutjens, University of Illinoisbrought to you by Zinpro (www.zinpro.com) It was a fast-paced program fe
Sept. 17 2016
Hoard's Dairyman Webinar Archives September 12, 2016: Fine-tuning transition cow care presented by Phil Cardoso, University of Illinois Brought to you by: Ajinomoto Heartland (www.ajipro-L.com) Phil Cardoso...
Sept. 16 2016
It's vital to getting cows bred back on time. How we feed and manage cows during the transition period can minimize illnesses, set them up to get bred back, and boost milk production throughout lactation
Sept. 16 2016
It's vital to getting cows bred back on time. How we feed and manage cows during the transition period can minimize illnesses, set them up to get bred back, and boost milk production throughout lactation