Dairy Market & Nutrition Update

— Farm Management Update for Ag Professionals —

 

Thursday, October 22, 2020 | 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm 
Register by 5:00 pm, Oct 21 at https://go.wisc.edu/19k1tn

 

This year has brought many challenges and surprises to dairy producers across Eastern Wisconsin with market drops and rallies, price spreads, changing milk production levels, and banner crop production.  How can we make sound management decisions as markets and prices remain volatile?

“Dairy Market & Nutrition Update” is the second webinar in the “Farm Management Update for Ag Professionals Fall 2020 Series” which will take place in monthly sessions. In the October update, we will discuss what to expect out of dairy markets for the remainder of 2020 into 2021.

 

October 22, 2020 Agenda:

  • Pandemic, Prices and PPDs… What will 2021 Offer? – Dr. Mark Stephenson, UW Center for Dairy Profitability Director
  • Feeding the 2020 Corn Silage Crop – Dr. Luiz Ferrareto, UW-Madison Department of Dairy Science & Extension Ruminant Nutrition Specialist

 

There is no charge for the webinar, and it is open to everyone who has an interest in this topic.

Please register for this free webinar at: https://go.wisc.edu/19k1tn

Registration deadline is 5:00 pm on Wednesday, October 21.
Connection information will be emailed before 9:30 am on October 22.

Dairy Market & Nutrition Update Flyer

 

Please direct any questions to Extension Agriculture Educators:

Steph Plaster, Agriculture Educator Ozaukee & Washington Counties
Phone: Ozaukee: 262-284-8288 Washington: 262-335-4477
Email: stephanie.plaster@wisc.edu

Amber O’Brien, Agriculture Educator Calumet County
Phone:920-849-1450 ext. 3
Email: amber.obrien@wisc.edu.

 

This program is sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension with special support from the following Extension Educators: Amber O’Brien, Calumet County; Kevin Jarek & Sarah Grotjan, Outagamie County; Scott Reuss, Marinette County; Kimberly Schmidt, Shawano County; Aerica Bjurstrom, Kewaunee County; Liz Binversie, Brown County; John Thompson, Winnebago County; Tina Kohlman, Fond du Lac County; and Steph Plaster, Ozaukee & Washington Counties, Door, Manitowoc, Oconto, Sheboygan, and Waupaca Counties.

 

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