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Dairy Days to feature profitable dairy practices

A registration fee covers the noon meal and cost of materials. Pre-registration is requested by Feb. 4

Dairy cattle
Dairy cattle
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ORANGE CITY, Iowa – Northwest Iowa dairy producers have the opportunity to learn about emerging dairy industry issues from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Feb. 8 at Dairy Day, at the ISU Extension and Outreach Sioux County office.

During the program, producers will explore methods of euthanasia, composting mortalities, farm personalities, transition cow nutrition, milk marketing, industry updates, and more.

Lunch will be at noon, followed by Lightning Talks presented by dairy specialists Fred Hall, Jennifer Bentley and Gail Carpenter, on the topics of milk marketing, the Iowa Dairy Survey and Milker Training Resources.

A registration fee covers the noon meal and cost of materials. Pre-registration is requested by Feb. 4 to reserve a meal. Register online at https://go.iastate.edu/JKB8U2 or call (712) 737-4230. Vouchers for the event may be available through your local agri-service providers or veterinarians.

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