Archive for the ‘Land O’Lakes Animal Nutrition’ Category
November 20, 2014 — We are seeing colder temperatures across most of the U.S. and that means extra care for our animals, particularly calves. Dr. Tom Earleywine of Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products, has some great tips when it comes to taking care of calves during these cold months.
October 16, 2014 — Growing demand for whey protein drives both milk prices and the input costs of calf milk replacer protein – an opportunity for dairy producers and a challenge for the dairy industry. Dr. Tom Earleywine from Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products, tells us about a new approach to calf milk replacer formulation in this We Care For Calves radio segment.
August 21, 2014 — Feeding dairy calves more than twice a day makes a lot of sense, and is becoming more popular. Dr. Tom Earleywine of Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products, joins us for another installment of “We Care For Calves.” He says a great way to care for your calves is to feed them regularly. That means adding a third feeding later at night. Listen to his entire podcast here:
July 17, 2014 — On-farm pasteurizers have gained in popularity as a way for dairy farmers to utilize the waste milk on their operations. But commonly things go wrong with pasteurizers. What do producers have to keep in mind when utilizing a pasteurizer and feeding waste milk? Dr. Tom Earleywine, technical services director with Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products joins us on today’s DairyLine to explain in our monthly “We Care For Calves” segment.
June 19, 2014 — We continue our discussion regarding the best management practices for heat stress in calves with Dr. Tom Earleywine of Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products.
March 20, 2014 – The days are getting longer and even though some parts of the country are still digging out from recent blizzards, now is the time to be thinking about a fly control program. Dr. Tom Earleywine, technical services director for Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products, provides some insight in this month’s edition of “We Care For Calves.”
February 20, 2014 — Even though we are heading into warmer temperatures in many parts of the country, we’re not out of winter yet. That means cold stress is still a factor for our calves. Dr. Tom Earleywine, director of nutritional services with Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products, has some tips on how we can better care for our calves as we slowly say goodbye to winter.