Calmar, IA – Register today for the Midwest Dairy Day. This program will provide you with more in-depth information on improving milk production through a variety of practical reproductive programs and metabolic management.
This event is a collaborative effort between Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, Northeast Iowa Dairy Foundation, and Northeast Iowa Community College. Dairy producers, students, and industry members are encouraged to attend. Jennifer Bentley, field specialist, says what this day all includes.
Dr. Paul Fricke, Professor of Dairy Science at University of Wisconsin – Madison, will begin the day with the latest research focusing on developing and improving methods for reproductive management. Following lunch, Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine Senior Clinician, Dr. Pat Gorden, will discuss the role of a cow’s metabolic health and the impact on reproduction.
Registration is now open for this day.
This program will be free of charge, and is supported by local businesses. Please call NICC 800-728-2256 Ext. 399 to register by Wednesday, November 22 or register at http://iowadairycenter.com/midwest_dairy_day.php.