September 21, 2012 — Will the strengthening milk prices be enough to catch up with high feed prices? There is some good news on part of the feed front, that’s Cottonseed. Cotton Inc’s Tom Wedegaertner tells us now is good buying opportunity. http://dairyline.com/wpbackend/?p=5302
Archive for the ‘Nutrition Update’ Category
July 6, 2012 — A hot topic when discussing real performance on dairy calves is accelerated feeding. Dr. Mike Hujens, dairy extension specialist at the University of Illinois explains in this weekly “Feed Facts” podcast.
(January 20, 2012) Dr.Mike Hutjens, dairy extension specialist at the University of Illinois, discusses by-product feeds.
(January 6, 2012) After a tough spring, low quality forage is gaining attention in the Midwest, according to Dr. Mike Hutjens, extention dairy specialist at the University of Illinois.
(December 30, 2011) High hay prices in the West trickles to the Midwest as we hear in this Feed Facts segment with Mike Hutjens, University of Illinois dairy extension specialist.
(December 23, 2011) Dr Mike Hutjens, University of Illinois dairy extension specialist, previews the 10-week Advanced Dairy Nutrition Class that starts January 23rd.
(December 16, 2011) Dr. Mike Hutjens discusses forage quality in this weekly “Feed Facts” podcast.
(December 9, 2011) Class III milk is projected to be in the range of $17.40-$17.50 for 2012. Dr. Mike Hutjens of the University of Illinois explains why that is going to be a challenge in this weekly Feed Facts podcast.
(December 2, 2011) Wheat grain continues to be of interest to livestock producers primarily because it has entered into the economic realm of being an alternative choice for corn grain. Dr. Mike Hutjens, extension specialist at the University of Illinois has more in this weekly “Feed Facts” podcast.
(November 29, 201) When purchasing innoculants, it’s important to do your research. That according to Dr. Bob Charley, forage products manager at Lallemand Animal Nutrition. He explains in this weekly “Ask the Silage Doctor” podcast.