Monday, February 25, 2019
9 am to 4:30 pm
Peppermill Resort Spa Casino 2707 S Virginia St., Reno, NV 89502
The past decade – the genomic revolution – has forever changed dairy cow performance and herd management. As we focus- forward to how U.S. dairy will transform and adapt in an ever-changing environment, there are important questions to ask and answer. What is the next frontier for genomics and dairy data utilization? How will U.S. cattle breeding advance to a new level of global leadership? Many collaborative and inquisitive minds are imperative. To share your voice in this important conversation, join CDCB in Reno. Register at www.wdmc.org.
- Welcome João Dürr, CDCB
- Vision: How does dairy look in 2029? Jack Britt, PhD, Britt Consulting
Genomic Legacy: What have we achieved in the genomic revolution? Paul VanRaden, PhD, USDA Animal Genomics and Improvement Laboratory
- What has changed in the dairy business since 2009? Mark Stephenson, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Panel: What future advancements do we envision through genomics?
- Transforming Big Data into Value: Put Data to Work for Your Dairy Miel Hostens, DVM, Ghent University
- Big Data for Innovation Solutions in Ag Cameron Holbrook, Amazon
- Panel: How can dairy leverage big data?
- Roundtable discussions: How do we leverage data and new technologies?
- Closing Remarks and Adjourn, João Dürr
Register at www.wdmc.org. This is a separate registration from the Western Dairy Management Conference. For program questions, contact Kendra Randall at Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding 240-334-4164 or [email protected].