Crop Update & Feeding Byproducts
Thursday, April 23, 2020 | 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm
Register by 4:30 pm, April 22 at https://go.wisc.edu/nlgp93
Over the last several weeks, the dairy industry has experienced increased turmoil. We’ve heard about milk being dumped, grocery stores limiting milk purchases, dairy markets sliding, and processors asking farms for reduced milk production. What is going on and what can we do?
The “Crop Update & Feeding Byproducts” webinar hosted by UW-Madison Extension, will be the second webinar in the “Farm Management Through a Crisis: Part of the Supporting Farmers During Challenging Times Series” and will discuss the current cropping situation in Eastern WI, a tool for utilizing milk as a feed source, and nutritional and sourcing issues related to feeding by-products.
April 23 Agenda:
- Eastern WI Crop Update, Extension Agriculture Educators: Scott Reuss, Marinette County; Joe Zimbric, Dodge & Fond du Lac Counties; John Thompson, Winnebago County; and Kevin Jarek, Outagamie County
- Utilizing Milk as Feed, Liz Binversie, Extension Brown County Agriculture Educator
- Impact of Changing Byproduct Prices on Rations, Bernie Ford, Purina Animal Nutrition
There is no charge for the webinar, and it is open to everyone who has an interest in this topic. Please register for this free webinar at: https://go.wisc.edu/nlgp93
Registration deadline is 4:30 pm, Wednesday, April 22. Connection information will be emailed before 9:30 am, April 23.
This program is sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension with special support from the following Extension Educators: Amber O’Brien, Calumet County; Scott Gunderson, Manitowoc County; Kevin Jarek & Sarah Grotjan, Outagamie County; Scott Reuss, Marinette County; Kimberly Schmidt, Shawano County; Aerica Bjurstrom, Kewaunee County; Liz Binversie, Brown County; Greg Blonde, Waupaca County; John Thompson, Winnebago County; Joe Zimbric, Fond du Lac & Dodge Counties; Tina Kohlman, Fond du Lac County; Mike Ballweg, Sheboygan County; and Steph Plaster, Ozaukee & Washington Counties.