BMR

Joel Vasquez - The Effects of Using Rumensin in a Controlled-Energy Diet During the Dry Period


The Effects of Using Rumensin in a Controlled-Energy Diet During the Dry Period - Joel Vasquez, JBS United Dairy Nutritionist, from the 2012 Midwest Dairy Conference, March 6, 2012, Lansing, Michigan, USA and March 7, 2012, Sauder Village-Archbold, Ohio, USA.

David Fischer - Managing for Optimum Forage Quality


Managing for Optimum Forage Quality - David Fischer, University of Illinois Extension Dairy Director (retired), from the 2012 Midwest Dairy Conference, March 6, 2012, Lansing, Michigan, USA and March 7, 2012, Sauder Village-Archbold, Ohio, USA.

DairyCast 0448 - How Can I Maximize Return On My Forage Investment?

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DairyCast 0237, Reducing manure output, a producer perspective and the research behind it

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  • How can you reduce the manure output of your operation? We visit with dairy producer Bob Hennen of Cental Minnesota and Bill Weiss of The Ohio State University.

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.

2008 World Dairy Expo Education Seminar: Navigating the Corn Silage Maze BMR, Leafy and Other Genetic Traits

2008 World Dairy Expo Education Seminar: Navigating the Corn Silage Maze BMR, Leafy and Other Genetic Traits, by Everett Thomas, William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute

DairyCast 0142 for March 18 2008

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  • Kathleen Emery, Dairy Veterinarian, discusses the value of using higher digestible forages for improved milk production
  • Dr. John F. Smith, Kansas State University, presents his work with cross-ventilation dairy barn design that has provided new options for improved cow comfort that translate to better herd health and production

DairyCast 0141 for March 14 2008

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  • The latest research on silage specific and brown mid-rib hybrids shows that the multi-generation investment is yielding tremendous reults for dairy producers
  • How does traceability work in a voluntary animal identification system?  And does it pay?
  • Is it worth it to keep some dairy steers around to feed out? Let's look at the costs and benefits to determine if the idea makes sense for you.

DairyCast 0140 for March 11 2008

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  • Vernal Gomes, Mycogen Seeds, details some new options in silage production that could dramatically impact your bottom-line
  • Do consumers trust you?  The answer might surprise you.  Charlie Arnot, Center for Food Integrity, shares some recent survey results
  • Trent Loos, Loos Tales, talks about how easy it is to start an activist campaign and what some farmers are willing to
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