Dairy Days to feature profitable dairy practices

Dairy Days will be offered at Dordt University’s Ag Stewardship Center near Sioux Center.

Dairy cattle
Dairy cattle
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ORANGE CITY, Iowa — Iowa dairy producers have the opportunity to learn about emerging dairy industry issues during 2023 Dairy Days, hosted by Iowa State University Extension and Outreach.

Dairy Days will be offered from 9:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at Dordt University’s Ag Stewardship Center near Sioux Center.

Topics and ISU Extension dairy specialists who are the presenters are as follows: Raising your best dairy heifer by Larry Tranel; Weaning: The other transition by Jennifer Bentley; Using records to meet your heifer goals by Gail Carpenter; Dairy heifer market outlook by Fred Hall; and a research spotlight by Iowa State graduate students

The day-long event has been developed to help dairy producers learn about current practices and hear the latest research. All topics are designed to help producers make sound herd management decisions.

There is no cost to attend the program. However, registration is encouraged to plan for noon meals and proceedings. Register by Jan. 27 online at .

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