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Feeder School 2022




Event Details

Date

November 3, 2022

Time

9:30am - 3pm

Location

Morning: Tally-Ho Restaurant. Afternoon: Woodlawn Dairy Farm
156 Main St
Richfield Springs, NY 13439

Cost

Registration : $50.00

(addl attendee $50.00 ea.)

Host

Central New York Dairy and Field Crops

Dave Balbian
518-312-3593



Morning Session & Lunch: Tally-Ho Restaurant, 156 Main St., Richfield Springs, NY 13439

Afternoon Session: Woodlawn Dairy, 201 Dugan Rd., Richfield Springs, NY 13439  (Less than 10 minutes from Tally Ho)

Registration is $50 per person, and registration is due by October 31.


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 who are interested in becoming a cow feeder and 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:

  • Economic analysis and importance of the feeder
  • Dry matter and feeder math - basics, how to measure, work it into ratio, refusals, adjust ration based on DM, feed software
  • Feed consistency - TMR audits
  • Trouble shooting mixer wagons
  • Bunker management, drone demonstration/map out bunk, bunk silo management, packing density & preservation
  • Safety

 This event is sponsored by Alltech and Lallemand.

 Other locations available:

  • Nov 2: Jefferson County
  • Nov 4: Cortland County, East River Dairy, 4979 East River Crossing Rd., Cortland, NY 13045.  Contact Betsy Hicks at 607-391-2673 or bjh246@cornell.edu for more information.
  • Nov 8: Cayuga County
  • Nov 9: Allegheny or Cattaraugus County
  • Nov 10: Wyoming County
  • Nov 11: Ontario County

Each region will offer separate registrations for their program.  Contact your local Regional Ag Team or Kathy Barrett, Cornell ProDairy at 607-229-4357 or kfb3@cornell.edu with any questions.





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