JUNEAU, Wis. — Dairy producers tuning into this week’s episodes of The Dairy Signal from Professional Dairy Producers (PDPW) will learn about new vaccine technologies and hear strategies to prepare for the coming year. The Tuesday episode will take a deep dive in autogenous vaccines and their role on dairy farms. Wednesday’s discussion will highlight market trends that could impact dairy producers’ bottom line in 2023, and economist Dan Basse will return for the bi-weekly market update on Thursday.
Here’s a closer look:
Tuesday, December 6
Learn more about the ins and outs of autogenous vaccines, including what they are, how they’re made, and how they work in the animal’s system. Bring your questions about when and how these custom vaccines are beneficial to a dairy’s overall herd health and production. Episode presenter will be:
- Dr. Justin Kieffer, DVM, PhD, Clinical Veterinarian, Associate Professor, The Ohio State University
Wednesday, December 7
With just a few weeks left of 2022, we’ll reflect on the year in terms of dairy markets and take a look ahead to the big supply, demand and production questions of 2023. The episode will also outline specific strategies and tools producers can use to manage risk and position themselves for success in the new year. Episode presenter will be:
- Will Babler, Principal, Atten Babler Commodities LLC
Thursday, December 8
Join in for an interactive discussion on the latest news in dairy exports, pricing, markets and supply in The Dairy Signal’s bi-weekly market update. Hear about the factors what will drive global dairy markets in 2023 and how they’ll impact your operation. Episode presenter will be:
- Dan Basse, President of AgResource Company
The Dairy Signal® is a weekly series of educational episodes offering insights and resources for fellow dairy farmers and other food-system professionals across the value chain. Developed by dairy farmers and members of the Professional Dairy Producers® Board of Directors, the episodes air live from 12:00-1:00 PM CT each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Live sessions offer attendees the opportunity to engage in open Q&A with the speakers; recorded sessions are available shortly after episodes are aired. Access all previously broadcasted sessions at www.pdpw.org.
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