I-29 Moo University

A newsletter for dairy producers - March 2017

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Dairy Beef Short Course Registration

Seating is limited; register today!

February 2017 Dairy Budget

By Robert Tigner, Nebraska Extension Educator, Red Willow County

Even though the butterfat price and PPD dropped in February compared to January 2017, returns to milk production in all four dairy budgets remained positive for returns to management. Continue...
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A Guide Written in Spanish: Dairy Cow Health and Metabolic Disease Relative to Nutritional Factors

By Kim Clark, Nebraska Dairy Extension Educator

This NebGuide written in both English and Spanish discusses common dairy cow diseases related to nutrition including ketosis, retained placenta, liver abscesses, displaced abomasum, bloat, hypocalcemia, and more.

This NebGuide is an excellent resource to print and post in the employee break room or meeting room as a resource for cow health and metabolic related diseases. Continue...

Calendar of Events

Note: All times are listed in Central Standard Time (CST).


March
28: I29 Moo University Dairy Beef Shortcourse. Sioux Falls, SD. Click here for details.
29-30: Central Plains Dairy Expo, Sioux Falls, SD

April
5: Animal Care Wednesday Webinar. For topic information and to join the webinar, click here.
18-19: UMDIA meetings, Rochester or St. Cloud. Click here for details.

25: Robotics workshop; Plainview, Nebraska. Click here for details.


May

3: Animal Care Wednesday Webinar. For topic information and to join the webinar, click here.

31: Bugs on Your Farm workshop; Thiele Dairy, Clearwater, NE. Click here for details.

About Us

The I-29 Moo University is represented by dairy extension educators and allied partners from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota.