Dairy producers say the recent Western Dairy Managment Conference in Reno was well worth the trip.
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Greg Jones, NutriDense Silage Product Mgr. for BASF discusses how dairy producers should maintain a quality forage program.
Dr. Mike Socha, Dairy Research Team Leader at Zinpro Corporation, discusses eliminating pathogens at the Western Dairy Management Conference.
DairyLine is pleased to provide you with the latest news from the 2011 Western Dairy Management Conference – underway now in Reno, Nevada.
The Conference is held every two years at John Ascuaga’s Nugget and features the most respected experts in the dairy industry. We have our cameras rolling this year to capture the highlights.
Over 1,500 dairy producers were in attendance for the first day of the conference Wednesday. Click on the link to view the following highlights:
Are You Efficiently replacing your herd?
– Greg Bethard
Where dairies will be located in the future
– Normand St. Pierre
Advice from dairy producers on how they survived
– Mary Kraft
WESTERN DAIRY MANAGEMENT CONFERENCE is celebrating its 20th year with its 10th gathering of dairy producers and representatives from related business and industries. The Conference will be held at John Ascuaga’s Nuggett, Reno. Conference details are included in the official WDMC program, sponsored and printed in the February 2011 editions of Western DairyBusiness and Eastern DairyBusiness magazines www.dairybusiness.com.
Nearly 1,500 hundred dairy producers are attending conference proceedings this week at the 2009 Western Dairy Management Conference being held this week in Reno, Nevada.
One well attended presentation Wednesday was from Mary Ledman, of Keough Ledman Associates. She spoke on “Production and Markets: What Part of the Roller Coaster are we on?” Listen to the complete presentation by clicking play below:
The 2009 Western Dairy Management Conference kicked off in today in Reno. Dr. John Smith, Department of Animal Sciences and Industry at Kansas State University, spoke with DairyLine’s Bill Baker this morning.