Sept. 14 2021
Raising calves on autofeeders — will it work for you? presented by Bob James, Virginia Techsponsored by TechMixIs it time for a change? Can we do a better job raising calves in a different way?...
Aug. 30 2021
Our Hoard’s Dairyman monthly webinar series earned top awards and positive feedback in a recent communications contest
Aug. 16 2021
Bill Weiss, a professor emeritus at The Ohio State University, presented “Estimating energy supply and requirements of dairy cows.”Although energy is usually the first limiting nutrient, dietary...
July 12 2021
Karl Burgi, a hoof care consultant and founder of the Save Cows Network, presented “Three key points for exceptional hoof health.”
June 15 2021
Many common practices on dairy farms are subject to criticism by consumers and other stakeholders. During the webinar, von Keyserlingk will review approaches that have created concern in the past and discuss...
May 24 2021
“Sexed semen has changed the dairy landscape,” said Dan Schaefer, an animal science professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, during the May Hoard’s Dairyman webinar
May 17 2021
“Beef production from Holstein steers has been a natural by-product or co-product of milk production,” said University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Dan Schaefer during the May Hoard’s...
May 11 2021
Capturing full value for Holstein and crossbred steerspresented by Dan Schaefer, University of Wisconsin-Madisonsponsored by Neogen
April 20 2021
Learn how on-farm NIR technology and calibrations can help you maximize ROI and minimize waste in the diet
April 19 2021
Feeding cows with $5 corn and $450 soybean mealMike Hutjens, University of Illinoissponsored by Kuhn. Feed costs per pound of dry matter are rising as corn and soybean meal prices climb, squeezing fa
March 10 2021
Jim Davenport, a dairy farmer from Ancramdale, N.Y., presents “Clean cows make clean milk.”
March 8 2021
Jim Davenport, a dairy farmer from Ancramdale, N.Y., presents “Clean cows make clean milk.” According to Davenport, “The most important contact surface on the dairy is the teat and the cow attached to...
Feb. 15 2021
If you were standing next to someone who was having a heart attack, what would you do?
Feb. 15 2021
Anxiety and depression linked to farm stress can help explain why agriculture has one of the highest suicide rates. Learn what to look for, how to address mental health struggles in yourself and others,...
Jan. 21 2021
A global recession wasn’t in the plans for 2020, but then COVID-19 struck, and the pandemic swiftly shook economies around the world
Jan. 18 2021
It wasn’t the year anyone predicted in the dairy industry, but according to University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Mark Stephenson, in terms of milk price, 2020 was better than we thought
Jan. 14 2021
After riding the rocky waves of 2020, all in the dairy industry are hoping for smoother sailing in the year ahead when it comes to milk prices. But do agricultural economists see calmer waters in our future?
Jan. 13 2021
Pandemic, prices, and PPDs . . . What will 2021 offer?Mark Stephenson, Directory of Dairy Policy Analysis, University of Wisconsin-MadisonSponsored by Cargill Stephenson looked at the continued impact...
Dec. 24 2020
Feed is a major expense on any dairy farm, so it is critical to select ingredients for the ration that make nutritional and financial sense