Dairy Technology Tuesdays

Event Details


January 10, 2023
January 17, 2023
January 24, 2023
January 31, 2023
February 7, 2023
February 14, 2023
February 21, 2023


12:30pm - 1:30pm EST





Julie Berry

Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY and Cornell Cooperative Extensions are offering a seven-part webinar series with cutting-edge information about dairy technology from industry experts. If you are thinking about incorporating new technology or have already implemented innovative technology this series is for you. 

The webinars will be held from 12:30 PM to 1:30 PM EST, Tuesdays, from January 10 to February 21, 2023. The webinars are available at no cost, thanks to the generous support of our industry sponsors. Preregistration is required. Register once for access to all webinars. More information is available at cals.cornell.edu/dairy-technology-Tuesdays.

Topics and Presenters

JANUARY 10, 2023    

Health Monitoring and Reproductive Management

Julio O. Giordano, DVM, MS, PhD, Associate Professor - Dairy Cattle Biology and Management, Cornell University


JANUARY 17, 2023    

Technology for Housing and Managing Dairy Calves

Dr. Joao Costa, Assistant Professor, University of Kentucky


JANUARY 24, 2023    

To Retrofit or Not to Retrofit

Timothy Terry, Farm Strategic Planning Specialist, PRO-DAIRY, Cornell University


JANUARY 31, 2023    

Utilizing Drones to Track Forage Inventory

Harrison Hobart, Dairy Farm Specialist, Alltech


FEBRUARY 7, 2023

Looking Ahead: Dairy Technologies of the Future

Jeff Bewley, PhD, Holstein USA


FEBRUARY 14, 2023

From Robots to Low-Cost Parlors-How Do Ya Milk a Cow?

Larry Tranel, PhD, Dairy Specialist, Iowa State University

Parlors, Rotaries, or Robots-What Technologies are for Me?

Nancy Charlton, DVM, Senior Advisor and Project Management, DeLaval


FEBRUARY 21, 2023

Integrated Barn Climate Systems Mark Reynolds, ASAP Interiors

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