Dairy management webinars
There are several on-line traning resources available, to support dairy producers, their employees and advisers in their daily work. One of them, the Technology Tuesdays webinar series from the Extension Dairy team at Penn State University, focuses on animal well-being and housing.
The Penn State Technology Tuesdays webinars
One segment of the series will explore the idea of cow-centered housing, where the focus will be design and evaluation of dairy housing from the cow’s perspective, particularly as it relates to cow comfort and well-being.
Cow-centered housing will be the focus of the October, November, January, and March webinars. Additional Technology Tuesdays webinars will deal with other dairy-related subjects, including safety, energy, and weather-related management.
If you are unable to attend the live session the webinars will be recorded and posted to the Penn State Extension Dairy Team's website for later viewing.
Program coordinators are Dr. Robert Graves, professor, Penn State Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, Dan McFarland, Penn State Extension engineer, and John Tyson, Penn State Extension engineer.
Read more and register for the Penn state Dairy webinars here
Dairy Cattle Webinars at DAIReXNET
Next webinar is scheduled for September 14, 2011.
Dr. Normand St-Pierre, from the Ohio State University will talk about Handling High Commodity Prices.
Dr. St-Pierre will discuss how to control feed costs using various methods. These methods include: getting the full value of forage crops, purchasing ingredients that are favorably priced, inventory management, producing things that you are being paid for, managing the herd structure, cow grouping, and feed additives.
See also the archived webinars from DAIReXNET here
Hoard's Dairyman webinars
Next webinar on September 12: Feeding for Protein Production presented by Chuck Schwab, nutrition consultant
Read more about Hoard's Dairyman webinars
Dairy Calf & Heifer Association webinars
See upcoming and archived webinars here