Archive for the ‘Tom Earleywine’ Category

Getting the Most From Your Pasteurizer

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.

 

Heat Stress in Calves: Best Management Practices

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.

 

Managing Heat Stress in Young Calves

May 15, 2014 — As temperatures start to creep up this spring and summer, heat stress can negatively impact calf health and performance. Dr. Tom Earleywine of Land O’ Lakes Animal WeCareForCalvesJPG-02Health Products gives us some tips in this month’s “We Care for Calves” segment.

The Importance of Colostrum Management

April 17, 2014 — You can probably best summarize colostrum management in three words – adequate, clean and timely. Dr. Tom Earleywine, the technical services director for Land O’ CalfLakes Animal Milk Products explains in this month’s “We Care For Calves” podcast:

 

Pre-Fly Season Check List

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 houseflyprogram. 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.”

 

Tips For Healthy Calves During Colder Temps

Dr. Tom Earleywine Land O' Lakes

Dr. Tom Earleywine
Land O’ Lakes

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.

“Higher Plane of Nutrition” Long Term Benefits

January 16, 2014 — What are the long-term benefits of feeding your calves to a higher plane of nutrition? Dr Tom Earleywine, technical services director for Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products, tells us all about it in this “We Care For Calves” radio podcast:

 

Automatic Calf Feeders Becoming More Popular

December 19. 2013 – Automatic calf feeding is becoming more popular on dairy operations across the U.S. and around the world. Dr. Tom Earleywine, director of nutritional services with Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products gives us more details in his monthly “We Care For Calves” podcast.

 

The Benefits of Feeding Calves 3x Per Day

November 21, 2013 — Recent research shows many benefits to three-times-per-day calf feeding. Dr. Tom Earleywine, Director of Nutritional Services for Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products WeCareForCalvesJPG-02explains in this month’s ‘We Care For Calves’ radio podcast.

Colder Temps Could Mean Calf Housing Challenges

October 17, 2013 — Housing your calves may be a bit more challenging as we head into the cold weather months. Dr. Tom Earleywine from Land O’ Lakes Animal Milk Products explains in this month’s “We Care For Calves” podcast.

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