WARSAW, N.Y. — Ever wonder if pushing for excellent milk quality is worth the effort? Is the quality premium paying for the time and attention to detail? How do you get your employees to understand how the udder works and what high somatic cell counts and mastitis really mean to the cow? What data do you need to have and track to achieve your milk quality goals? What does the milk market look like in 2017?
This program will help you to answer these questions and improve your farm’s milk quality program through concurrent sessions for herd decision makers and Spanish speaking employees. Cornell Cooperative Extension’s Northwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Team and Quality Milk Production Services will host the program. Space is limited so register today!
Thursday, March 2, 2017
9:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Wyoming County Ag & Business Center – CCE Office
36 Center Street Suite B, Warsaw, NY 14569
$35 registration per person. $30 per each additional person from the same farm. Materials & lunches included. Class will be capped at 20 participants per session.
To register for either session, please call 585-786-2251 or register online at: https://pub.cce.cornell.edu/event_registration/main/events_landing.cfm?event=Milkquality.ItPays_256
—Cornell Cooperative Extension Genesee County
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