Transition Cow Tuesdays
November 2, 2021
November 9, 2021
November 16, 2021
November 23, 2021
November 30, 2021
December 7, 2021
December 14, 2021
12:30pm - 1pm
email Kathy Barrett
- been working with the farm transition cow program but want to know more about the how, what and why?
- wanted to improve the transition cow performance of your herd but need to know where to start?
- wanted to increase the skills you bring to the farm or your farm employer?
- been wondering where you'll find the time to attend a course or workshop?
If so, this webinar series is designed for you! The webinars are short, to the point, and just 30 minutes. Grab your lunch and join us. Generous sponsors have enabled us to offer this series free of charge. Registration is required. One registration provides access to all the webinars in the series. Visit their website for more information.
- Transition Cow Nutrition
- Feeding the Transition Cow
- Selective Dry Cow Therapy
- Facility Considerations
- Calving Considerations
- Post Calving Monitoring
- Evaluating Transition Management
If you are sponsoring this event, send your slide to firstname.lastname@example.org
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