JUNEAU, Wis. — The Dairy Signal® from Professional Dairy Producers® (PDPW) will kick off 2023 with discussions to benefit a dairy’s people, animals and bottom line. The Tuesday episode will focus on cold weather preparation and response, while Wednesday’s episode will feature a discussion on feed additives to reduce methane production. On Thursday, tune in for the first market news update of 2023.
More details here:
Tuesday, January 3
With winter weather upon us, ensure your entire team is prepared for working in it. Join in for a discussion on proper clothing and preparation for cold weather, as well as how to respond to injuries such as frost bite, hypothermia and more, and when to seek emergency care. Episode presenter will be:
- Dr. Steve R. Krikhorn, MD, Medical Director for AgriSafe Network, Senior Occupational Medicine Consultant for UMASH
Wednesday, January 4
Tune in to learn about a feed additive with an added bonus. Hear from a producer who has used Agolin additive for reducing methane in cows, its impact on feed efficiency and opportunities for producers to benefit financially and receive carbon credits for use. Episode presenters will be:
- Peter Williams, CEO, Advantec Associates Inc., and Partner, Feedworks USA Ltd.
- John Koepke, Koepke Farms, Oconomowoc, WI
Thursday, January 5
Start the New Year with a look at the latest news and analysis of agriculture and dairy markets and trends that will impact your operation and bottom line now and in the future. 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.
— Professional Dairy Producers