DairyCast 0321 - In need of a warm-up? Come to the Cattle Industry Annual Convention

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DairyCast 0320 - Understanding the science behind genomic selection

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  • Dr. Michael Cowan, General Manager of Genetic Visions, provides some background of the science behind genomic selection in dairy cattle.

DairyCast 0319 - Will genomic selection work for your herd?

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  • Dr. Kent Weigel, Extension Genetics Specialist at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, shares his experience with genomic selection and how it can benefit your herd.

DairyCast 0318 - How are dairy checkoff dollars working for you?

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  • Brian Baxter reports on how your dairy checkoff dollars are being used to improve the business climate of the dairy industry

DairyCast update for November 17, 2009, If you have more than 50 cows, will you need an EPA permit?

Update for November 17, 2009

We are pleased today to be one of the first to share with you an exciting announcement from Elanco Animal Health. In an effort to further enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of meeting their customer’s needs, Elanco has released the new, higher concentration of Rumensin. Listen in as Dr. Chel Moore, PhD and Technical Consultant for Elanco, explains the details you should know.

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DairyCast 0315 - What does "the price of eggs in China" really means for the cattle industry?

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DairyCast 0314 - Elanco announces a new higher concentration of Rumensin

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  • Dr. Chel Moore, PhD and Technical Consultant for Elanco Animal Health, explains the details you should know about the new higher concentration of Rumensin.

DairyCast 0313 - If you have more than 50 cows, will you need an EPA permit?

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  • Rick Krause, American Farm Bureau Federation Senior Director of Congressional Relations, updates us on the current discussions on the hill on climate change and the potential impact for our business.

Hybrid Outlook for Agribusiness Careers

Ag jobs
Employment prospects for farmers, ranchers, and production managers are expected to decline over the next seven years, with notable exceptions in organic farming, horticulture, and aquiculture. The overall outlook for careers in agriculture and food science is brighter—job growth in these areas is expected to keep pace with the average of other occupations in the United States.

DairyCast 0310 - What's happening with silage harvest?

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