Nutrition of animals is among the most necessary subjects on the subject of dairy manufacturing, due to the impacts it could have on manufacturing ranges, animal health and revenue, in response to Purdue Extension Elkhart County officers. With the fluctuation in feed costs, milk costs, the climate and different variables, dairy producers are all the time looking for methods to enhance their methods on feeding their cattle.
Purdue Extension Elkhart County will host a Dairy Nutrition Update from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Dec. 11 within the ECCC-Martin and Fidler Rooms on the Elkhart County Four-H Fairgrounds, 17746 C.R. 34, Goshen.
Presentations will embrace:
• Travis Busman of Save Cows, will current “Measure to Improve Hoof Health and Animal Welfare,” a standard sense strategy to troubleshooting lameness and anatomy-based tips for hoof trimming.
• Dr. Jacquelyn Boerman, Purdue Extension dairy specialist, will talk about “Transition Cow Research,” concerning the nutrition and administration of dry cows, long run results on milk manufacturing, copy and productiveness of the calf.
Participants could have the chance to work together with the audio system and ask questions. The value of $15 per individual consists of lunch and handouts. Call for reservations by Wednesday. For extra info, go to www.extension.purdue.edu/elkhart or name Robert Kelly at 533-0554.