2009SilageSpecificConf

SSLC 2009: Conference Survey Highlights


Highlights of 2009 Silage-Specific Leadership Conference survey:
(Ratings were based on a scale of 1 to 6, with 1 being poor and 6 being excellent.)

SSLC 2009: Attendee Reactions To The Conference


Attendee reactions to the Mycogen Seeds 2009 Silage-Specific Leadership Conference.

SSLC 2009: Video Presentations

Episode list on the right side of the player. For full screen, click on player below.

SSLC 2009: Interview with Jolene Brown On Family Business Management


Jolene Brown will have you laughing while you learn! She’s fun and funny, long-legged but not long-winded, and so insightful audiences accuse her of sleeping under their beds. The positive impact of her work is well documented by the accolades of those who have had her speak for their events. Coming from West Branch, Iowa this real “Farmer Brown” uniquely understands the hearts, homes and the business of agriculture. Through humor, hope, and helpful ideas her messages are guaranteed to bring ideas to put into action and something good to talk about in the days to come.

SSLC 2009: Pictures from the conference

Pictures from the 2009 Silage-Specific Leadership Conference

SSLC 2009: The Sounds of Silage Lyrics

The Sounds of Silage (

SSLC 2009: Producer Panel Discussion


Panel discussion with Co-Vale Holsteins, Meadow Brook Farms, Quarry Hill Dairy, Wayside Dairy Farm.

SSLC 2009: BMR Agronomy Update


BMR Agronomy Update: Using Silage-Specific On Your Farm. Art Graves, Jon Erickson, and Terry helm talk about growing corn silage, growing dairy feed, making milk, and being profitable.

SSLC 2009: BMR Nutrition Update


BMR Nutrition Update: 4.8 is discussed by the Mycogen Nutrition Team. What is 4.8? "Get 4.8 pounds more milk with Mycogen® brand Silage-Specific™ BMR corn hybrids" is the topic.

SSLC 2009: Navigating the Corn Silage Maze


Everett Thomas has worked as an agronomist in northern New York since 1966, first as a regional Extension Specialist for Cornell University and from 1981 to 2008 at the William H. Miner Institute. He is recognized by the industry as an expert in crop production and research and is a frequent contributor to Hoard’s Dairyman and other agricultural magazines. Ev’s field crop consulting work has taken him to Europe, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, and throughout North America.
Syndicate content