Feeder School - SWNY - CANCELLED due to low registrations




Event Details

Date

November 9, 2022

Time

10am-3:00pm

Location

Karr Dairy Farm
1451 Dennis Rd
Hornell, NY 14843

Cost

$50 : $50.00

(addl attendee $50.00 ea.)

Host

Southwest New York Dairy, Livestock and Field Crops Program

Camila Lage
6074226788



Join CCE and PRO-DAIRY for a Feeder School on November 9th. This hands-on in-person program will bring Cornell and Industry experts to cover essential cow nutrition and ingredient management, on-farm sampling, and dry matter testing, among others. Everyone is welcome to participate, and this program will focus on skills for managers or employees that work directly with farm feed management. We will offer English & Spanish stations so we can accommodate everyone in one training! We are waiting for you there!

  • This training will have a $50 fee/per person that will cover all materials for the training and lunch.
  • Scholarships are available for those who need them. Contact Camila Lage for more information (607-422-6788)

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

  • Those who are currently feeding dairy cows and want to learn more about the how and why of what they're doing.
  • Those interested in becoming a cow feeder want to increase their knowledge of cow feeding.
  • Anyone interested in learning more about how to improve the feeding process on their farm.

TOPICS COVERED DURING FEEDER SCHOOL

  • Importance of feed analysis and economics
  • Dry Matter and Feeder Math-basics
  • Feed Consistency-TMR audits
  • Trouble Shooting Mixer Wagons
  • Bunker Management, drone demonstration/map out bunk, bunk silo management, packing
  • Density & Preservation
  • Safety

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE  



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