Booth Giveaways, Seminar Sponsorships and More

Dairy industry enthusiasts are preparing for the 2011 World Dairy Expo, which runs Oct. 4 through Oct. 8 in Madison, Wis. Representatives from BASF Plant Science will be on hand throughout the week at the NutriDense® Silage booth, located at Arena 450. "The NutriDense team is thrilled to once again be a part of the World Dairy Expo. We have many activities planned for this year, including a football ticket giveaway, seminar sponsorship, Badger Dairy Club cheese stand coupons and more," said Heather Goode, NutriDense communications manager. "We encourage show attendees to stop by our booth and learn more about NutriDense Silage and BASF Plant Science." The team has a number of on-site activities planned for the week, including: • A giveaway of four 50-yardline tickets to the Green Bay Packers vs. Minnesota Vikings game at Lambeau Field on Nov. 14, 2011. • Sponsorship of the "Managing Your Margins: Practical Ways to Reduce Feed Costs and Increase Milk Price" seminar with Dr. Normand St-Pierre, animal sciences professor at The Ohio State University. • Vouchers for a free grilled cheese sandwich and milkshake lunch, redeemable at the University of Wisconsin at Madison's Badger Dairy Club cheese stand. • Show updates on the NutriDense blog (, Facebook ( and Twitter ( The World Dairy Expo is a five-day international event showcasing the finest in dairy genetics and the newest dairy industry technologies. For more information and a complete schedule of show events, visit NutriDense Silage is nutritionally enhanced corn silage developed specifically for efficient milk production. University studies show NutriDense Silage provides a four to eight percent improvement in feed efficiency, or converting feed to milk, giving dairy producers an income over feed cost advantage. The result is lower feed costs and greater profitability for dairy producers. NutriDense Silage yields equal to or greater than dual purpose and greater than brown midrib, so producers can achieve high-quality corn silage without sacrificing yields. To learn more about NutriDense, visit, follow us on Twitter @NutriDense or find us on Facebook at 09.29.2011