Sorry, Dairy Day 2022 has passed.

Dairy Day 2022


 



Dairy Day 2022 (PDF; 1145KB)




Event Details

Dairy Day 2022

Date

January 18 - January 20, 2022

Time

12:00 - 2:15pm

Location

Virtually via Zoom

Cost

Free Registration : Free

Host

North Country Regional Ag Team

Lindsay Ferlito
607-592-0290


Dairy Day 2022



January 18, 2022—Dairy Markets and Business

 Dairy Market Update (Dr. Chris Wolf, Cornell University)

 Finding and Keeping Employees (Dr. Bob Ceglowoski, Rupert Vet Clinic)

 NY Dairy Business Benchmarks (Jason Karszes, Cornell PRO-DAIRY)

 

January 19, 2022—NY Dairy Research Updates

 NNYADP Calf Ventilation Project Case Studies (Tim Terry, Cornell PRO-DAIRY)

 NNYADP Transition Cow Management and Nutrition (Casey Havekes, CCE NCRAT)

 NYFVI On-Farm Management: Areas of Excellence and Opportunity (Lindsay Ferlito, CCE NCRAT)

 NYFVI Forage Variability on NY Dairies (Dr. Kristan Reed, Cornell University)

 NY Dairy Labor Updates (Dr. Richard Stup, Cornell University)

 Heat Stress on Dairies (Emily Freed, Miner Institute)

 

January 20, 2022 —Animal Welfare and Industry Sustainability

 Dehorning Best Management Practices (Alycia Drwenke, UC Davis)

 Transition Cow Welfare (Dr. Trevor DeVries, University of Guelph)

 Dairy Genetics Updates (Dr. Kristen Gaddis, Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding)




more content - left
Dairy

Dairy

Business

Business

Livestock

Livestock

Forages

Forages

Grains

Grains

more content - right

Upcoming Events

Basic Dairy Vet Skills Training

August 12, 2022
Keeseville, NY

This program is applicable to dairy producers that would like to learn and improve basic dairy veterinary skills. This training program is not intended to replace routine veterinary care, but rather help producers learn basic skills in various areas related to dairy cattle health and care. This training will be as hands-on as possible, while maintaining animal and participant safety as a top priority.

 

Dairy Reproduction and A.I. Training Course

September 8 - September 9, 2022
Plattsburgh , NY

Attend this 2-day training course to become trained in dairy reproduction and artificial breeding techniques. There will be classroom sessions in the morning, followed by hands-on practice on farm in the afternoon. After this class you will be trained to artificially inseminate dairy cattle.

 

Announcements

Tips on how to stay cool during this heat wave.....

https://eden.cce.cornell.edu/natural-hazards/heat-wave/

NNYADP RESEARCH RESULTS

Corn processing research reveals differences between vitreous-type and floury-type hybrids. Data in the 2021 NNYADP project report on "Corn Silage Soluble Starch as Influenced by Kernel Processing Score (KPS) and Kernel Type" shows that processing of the floury hybrid increased starch digestibility and the soluble starch pool of corn silage despite a lower-than-desired KPS. This project was among the first to utilize the CVAS Soluble Starch Analysis. Read the details online at https://nnyagdev.org/index.php/2021-nnyadp-projects

NNYADP Research

Evaluate Costs, Market Potential to Plan Summer Lamb Feeding Programs


NEWSLETTER   |   CURRENT PROJECTS   |   IMPACT IN NY   |   RESOURCES   |   SITE MAP