The 12th Annual University of Wisconsin-Arlington Dairy Day will be held at the Arlington Agricultural Research Station on Dec. 10. The event is an opportunity for dairy producers and service industry professionals to learn how University research can help them to increase dairy herd profitability, health and productivity.
Topics and speakers during the forum include: Managing in Response to Changing Prices and Cost, Bruce Jones, Department of Agricultural & Applied Economics; Improving Dairy Farm Sustainability through Strategic Alternatives to Corn Grain Feeding, Victor Cabrera, Department of Dairy Science; and Tuberculosis... What could it mean for Wisconsin?, Robert G. Ehlenfeldt, state veterinarian.
Arlington Dairy Day is sponsored by the UW-Extension Dairy Team and the UW-Madison Department of Dairy Science. The program showcases the latest dairy-related research findings from various departments of the UW-Madison College of Ag & Life Sciences.
Arlington Dairy Day brochures with registration form, map and program details are available from your county UW-Extension Office. The program registration fee is $25 per person if sent by Nov. 26 and $35 per person if sent after that date or paid at the door. The fee includes refreshments, lunch and program proceedings.