The Dairy Beef Short Course is one of the premiere dairy beef events in North America and normally held as a pre-educational event at the Central Plains Dairy Expo.
The presenters at this year’s Dairy Beef Short Course are industry leaders who will provide insight into factors influencing dairy beef performance along with looking at the future of dairy beef production from a consumer and economic perspective,” said Tracey Erickson, South Dakota State University.
In the afternoon, Bill Halfman from University of Wisconsin will present the performance factors influencing profitability and Lisa Scebbi from JBS US will talk about taking advantage of future consumer trends to optimize market opportunities for dairy beef
To register for the event go to https://tinyurl.com/y8t3puur. The registration fee is $25 and will be payable on-line. Webinar links will be sent by email before the event. An electronic copy of the proceedings will also be emailed to participants at the conclusion of the webinar along with access to the recordings of the two sessions. The registration will remain open until March 22nd.
Sponsorships of the I-29 Moo University helps to keep programs affordable. Thank you to the following companies: Gold Level: DTE Biomass Energy; Silver Level: Sealpro; Central Plains Dairy Foundation; Diamond V; Phileo-Lesaffre Animal Care; Agropur; Select Sires Bronze Sponsors: Kroese & Kroese; Lellemand; Agri-King; Quality Liquid Feeds(QLF); Sioux Nation Ag Center; Mustang Seeds; ProAg Engineering, Inc.; DCC Waterbeds; Nebraska State Dairy Association; Trans Ova Genetics; Alforex Seeds; South Dakota Dairy Producers; Automated Waste Systems (AWS); Ag Country – Farm Credit Services: Nutrient Advisors; Western Iowa Dairy Alliance and MN Milk.
I-29 Moo University is a consortium of Extension dairy specialists from the land-grant universities in Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, and South Dakota. The I-29 Moo University Collaboration is a multi-state learning community and connects extension dairy staff and dairy producers to share research, information and management practices through workshops, webinars, monthly e-newsletters and on-farm tours. For more information about the I-29 Moo University Collaboration and programs visit https://dairy.unl.edu/i-29-moo-university.