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Extension Dairy Programming 2021 James W Crowley Summer Internship

Extension Dairy Programming 2021 James W Crowley Summer Internship —UW Division of Extension is looking for team-oriented, creative, good communicator, and proactive student with a background in livestock production. The successful candidate should be a self-starter, reliable, and detail oriented.

Contact Maria Jose Fuenzalida at 608-224-3708 or email her at maria.fuenzalidavalenzuela@wisc.edu

Watch the video: Interview with Dr. María José Fuenzalida
Join us as Dr.María José Fuenzalida explains her new factsheet entitled, “Impact of Heat Stress in mammary gland development and health in dairy cows”
This interview conducted by Heather Schlesser with the Marathon County Extension office highlights the main takeaways of the new factsheet.

University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension Dairy Program area colleagues share tips to reduce heat stress in farm workers.

What are the signs of heat stress? What are some steps dairy workers can take to reduce heat stress? In a recent article, University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension Dairy Program area colleagues share tips to reduce heat stress in farm workers. By being aware and taking specific actions, people can make sure they and […]

Impact of Heat Stress in Cows

What is heat stress in dairy cattle? How can you best estimate the impact of heat on your cows?  Future milk production of both cows and their calves can be negatively impacted by heat stress. Read  more here: Heat stress affects mammary gland development in cows

Hispanic Workers Training Initiative- Local Dairy Farmer’s Input on Topics and Training Locations

Dear local dairy farmer, Provide your feedback on any topics that would benefit your farm and interest your employees PROVIDE YOUR FEEDBACK HERE , we look forward to your responses.

Finding information about forages not commonly found in Wisconsin

To find information about forages not commonly found in Wisconsin Visit USDA PLANTS Database

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