Dairy Feed & Nutrition Conference to be held November 17, 18, and 19 in Wisconsin

Do you manage your dairy's feed supply? Attend the PDPW Dairy Feed & Nutrition Conference on November 17, 18, or 19 from 9:30AM – 4PM. The conference will dig in deep on today's feed tests, dry cow diets, fungus disease in silage, and how to grow your production average beyond 90lbs. of milk per cow.

Dr. Phil Cardoso will give a presentation on "Corn Silage: Fungus Disease, the Silent Killer":

Fungal disease can wreak havoc on corn yield and detrimentally affect the quality of corn, thus negatively impacting animal health and productivity. The good news is that fungal disease can be reduced via tools such as proper management, corn hybrids and fungicides. Dr. Phil Cardoso will discuss how you can maneuver through this feed challenge. You’ll be given practical solutions that can have a positive impact on not only corn yield but animal health and productivity."

Dates and locations for the conference are:

Nov. 17: Arlington Research Center, N695 Hopkins Rd., Arlington, Wis.

Nov. 18: Fox Valley Technical College, Bordini Center – 5 N. Systems Dr., Appleton, Wis.

Nov. 19: Marshfield Ag Research Station, 2611 Yellowstone Dr., Marshfield, Wis.

The PDPW Dairy Feed & Nutrition Conference has been accredited for up to 6.1 CEU credits from the University of Wisconsin School of Veterinary Medicine and for up to 4 CEU credits from ARPAS.

Walk-ins are welcome, however, PDPW appreciates pre-registrations for planning! For more information review the program flyer or call PDPW at 800-947.7379.


Program flyer