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Dry Cow Management for a Successful Lactation—Three-part webinar series for Ag-Business Professionals

Dry Cow Management for a Successful Lactation—Three-part webinar series for Ag-Business Professionals

Thursdays, May 28, June 4, and June 11, 2020

Register for one or all three webinars by 4:30 pm, the day prior to the webinar through Eventbrite here

Taller Para Productores Lecheros: Manejo De Datos

Mejore su entendimiento acerca de informes DHI y conteo de células somáticas

Regístrese via Eventbrite aquí: Taller Para Productores Lecheros: Manejo De Datos

Understanding your Milk Quality, Reproduction and Cow Health Data for Dairy

The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Division of Extension Dane County will offer a series of 3 video conference/workshops for agribusiness professionals and dairy farmers to understand how to read and interpret data on-farm and/or off-farm data.

Register Through Eventbrite Here. We will share a link with people who register

Resources for Landspreading Milk

Some Wisconsin dairy farmers have been asked by their processors to withhold delivery of milk, resulting in the need for milk or milk/manure mixtures to be applied to cropland. To help farmers who are—or may soon be—facing this situation, UW–Madison hosted a free webinar on the topic, titled “Considerations for Landspreading Milk”. The webinar was recorded and is now available on Youtube for all who missed it. See below for the recording link, along with other publications from Extension on landspreading milk and other resources regarding agriculture and COVID-19.

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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