Tuesday, March 13, 2018 at 10:00am to 3:15pm
Otesaga Resort Hotel 60 Lake Street, Cooperstown, NY
Can New Milk Analysis Tools Help You Manage Better?
Our 2018 Central New York Dairy Day program is coming up on Tuesday March 13th in Cooperstown. Don’t miss out on an exceptional program. This year’s program is about how new milk analysis tools can help you manage your herd better. Speakers include Nicole Martin, from Cornell University, who will address Spore Counts in Milk. This may be the next raw milk test that comes along. Dr. David Barbano, from Cornell, will discuss new milk analysis technologies to improve dairy cattle performance and Dr. Heather Dann, from Miner Institute, will talk about how the Use of Milk Fatty Acid Metrics can be used to make nutrition and herd management decisions. You can register online with a credit card at the following link: https://cnydfc.cce.cornell.edu/event_preregistration.php?event=615
10:00 a.m. Trade Show Opens, Registration, Coffee & Danish
11:00 a.m. "Spore Counts in Milk - Will this be the next raw milk test you will be subjected to? Why is it important & how can you affect it?" Nicole Martin, Associate Director, Cornell's Milk Quality Improvement Program.
11:30 a.m. "New Milk Analysis Technologies to Improve Dairy Cattle Performance" Dr. David Barbano, Professor, Department of Food Science, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY
12:30 p.m. Lunch & visit Trade Show
2:00 p.m. "Use of Milk Fatty Acid Metrics to Make Nutrition and Management Decisions" Dr. Heather Dann, Research Scientist, W. H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute, Chazy, NY
3:00 p.m. Final wrap up questions / discussion
3:15 p.m. Adjourn
Registration is $30 per person: Pre-registration is required!
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Please call 315.866.7920 if you have any questions.
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