At the World Ag Expo, Sire Analyst Kevin Jorgensen encouraged dairy producers to take advantage of the genomic evolution going on in the industry today to maximize the characteristics you want to see in your herds. Watch the video and learn more at CaliforniaDairyMagazine.com.
At the World Ag Expo, Dairy Producers gathered to learn about how to improve their dairy operations, and Lindsey Worden shared that the key is in genetics. Genomic testing is a great place to start, and she shared how to go about doing that. Watch the video and learn more at CaliforniaDairyMagazine.com.
At the World Ag Expo, Paul Loney from Transova Genetics addressed Dairy Producers about using advanced reproductive technologies to improve the economic value of the herd. Watch the video for more information.
President of Western United Dairymen and owner of several dairies in Tulare County, Frank Mendonsa explained dairymen concerns relating to their feed crops this year, such as potential delayed harvest losses with the tri-colored blackbird and whether dairy producers will be allocated adequate water to irrigate their crops through harvest. Learn more about these concerns and how Mendonsa addresses them …
Contents of the January 2016 Issue:
Frank Gambonini Saves on Labor by Computer Feeding his Herd in Petaluma, brought to you by the California Ag Network. Read his story in California Dairy Magazine.
In this video, Kurt Hembree shares advice on Weed Control in Alfalfa, based on studies at the Kearney Ag Center in Parlier, CA.