CHAZY, N.Y. — Miner Institute’s annual Dairy Day meeting will be held Wednesday, Dec. 11 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Joseph C. Burke Education and Research Center, 586 Ridge Road, Chazy. This meeting is free and open to the public.
Speakers at this year’s event include Miner Institute President Dr. Rick Grant, Dr. Sarah Morrison, Dr. Heather Dann, Katie Ballard, and Laura Klaiber. Dr. Grant will present a talk titled, Happy Herd, Happy Life: Forages and Feeding Management to Make Your Cows Smile; Dr. Morrison will present a talk titled Kick the Cold: Winter Management and Feeding of Calves; Dr. Dann’s talk is titled Start the Lactation Off with a Bang: Focus on Transition Cow Management; Ballard will present a talk titled Beat the Heat: Are North Country Cows Susceptible to Heat Stress?; and Klaiber will give an update on her edge-of-field water quality research. A tour of the Miner Institute dairy and research facilities will be offered after the talks from 3:30 to 5 pm. Participants are also encouraged to attend the Cornell Feed Dealers Meeting from 6 to 9 pm, also at the Joseph C. Burke Education and Research Center at Miner Institute. The Feed Dealers meeting will feature Dr. Tom Overton and Dr. Kristan Reed discussing topics targeted toward nutritionists, veterinarians, crop and management consultants, extension educators, and dairy producers with specific interest in nutrition-oriented topics. The information presented is designed to blend the latest concepts in feeding and other management aspects of dairies with field level application.
Pre-registration is appreciated. Contact Wanda Emerich, 518-846-7121, ext. 117 for more information or to pre-register. Emerich can also be reached by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vendors will be available throughout the day. Door prizes are available and hot lunch is offered for $5 per person. Pizza will be available for attendees of the Feed Dealer Meeting.
About Miner Institute
The William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute is the present-day manifestation of the philosophy and principles once embodied by William Miner on Heart’s Delight Farm. Since its creation in 1951, the principal function has been, and continues to be, the economic improvement of agricultural operations through research, education, and demonstration. Miner Institute conducts integrated, cutting-edge education, research, and demonstration programs that optimize the biological and economic relationships among forage-crop production, dairy and equine management, and environmental stewardship. For more information about Miner Institute visit whminer.org.
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