||The MDR editorial team is devoting the next few issues to a series of “tips.” This follows from the all-encompassing lead article from the April edition titled “Weathering the Storm.” It is our hope that expanding upon the different aspects of dairy management will benefit the industry especially at the current harsh economic climate.
Following documents are in pdf:
Be Careful What You Cut
MSU Extension Dairy Educator
ACRE Payment Eligibility
Dennis Stein, Roger Betz and Van Varner
MSU Extension Farm Management Educators
Looking Towards 2009 Corn Silage Harvest
Herb Bucholtz and Mike Allen
Dept. of Animal Science
Why “Buy” Disease When You Can “Borrow” It?
Ben Bartlett, Extension Dairy Educator, Upper Peninsula
Dan Grooms, Dept. of Large Animal Clinical Sciences
Keeping up-to-date with welfare of dairy cattle.
KBS Studies Pasture-based Milking
KBS transitions from conventional system to pasture-based milking.
A case report about acute monensin toxicity in a Michigan dairy farm.
An opinion on the climate change debate.
A series of "tips" aimed at assisting dairy producers especially in the current harsh economic climate.
New Faculty Members
Welcoming two new faculty members into Animal Science.
North American Dairy Challenge
MSU participation at the New York event.
Things Your Dad Never
Some manure application lessons.
Don't Run Off..
Reducing run-off from pastures.
of Corn Silage
How corn silage affect energy intake and animal performance.
Calendar of Events