URBANA, Ill. — The University of Illinois is offering two dairy classes in the spring 2017 semester.
- ANSC 499: Dairy Preventive Health Management is a one credit class led by Dick Wallace starting on Jan 23rd for five weeks. Topics will include biosecurity, immunology, vaccinology and protocol development, lameness and hoof care, protocol development, records analysis, beef quality assurance, and proper drug use and residue avoidance.
- ANSC 423: Advanced Dairy Nutrition will be starting on January 23rd for 10 weeks. The dairy feeding class includes nutrients, phase feeding, dry cow feeding and health, forages, feeding systems, and ration software applications. The course will be led by Mike Hutjens.
Lectures are available on the website (class on demand) with a one hour Internet live class held on Monday nights from 5 to 6 pm CST (nutrition) and 7 to 8 pm (health). Enrollees can participate for credit (U of I tuition rate), CE credit rate, or non-credit reduced tuition. Enrollment and details for both dairy classes can be found at: http://online.ansci.illinois.edu/
— University of Illinois
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