Increase dairy productivity with insight offered through Dairy Management Mondays webinar

Penn State Extension

Webinar will discuss best management practices of facilitating dairy teams

Dairy producers, employees and agribusiness professionals are invited to join Penn State Extension for the Dairy Management Monday webinar at 1 p.m., Jan. 27. This webinar will discuss best management practices of facilitating dairy teams and will be led by Dr. Lisa Holden, Extension Dairy Team educator.

 





 

Upcoming webinars for this series also include the following:

Feb. 24: “Considerations for on-farm processing”
March 23: “Workforce focus: Managing with multiple generations”
April 27: “Management aspects of culturing”
All webinars in this series are free and are recorded for viewing at a later date. To learn more or to view webinars, visit https://extension.psu.edu/dairy-management-mondays.

The content of this webinar series, including text, graphics and images, is educational only and not intended to be a substitute for veterinary medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Always seek the advice of a licensed doctor of veterinary medicine or other licensed or certified veterinary medical professional with any questions you may have regarding a veterinary medical condition or symptom.

 





 

About Penn State Extension
Penn State Extension is a modern educational organization, dedicated to translating scientific research into real-world applications to drive progress. In support of Penn State’s land-grant mission, extension programs promote a vibrant food and fiber system, a clean environment and a healthier population for Pennsylvania and beyond.

Penn State Extension serves individuals, businesses and communities, helping them address problems and realize opportunities through a robust portfolio of educational programs, products and services. With support from federal, state and county governments, the organization has a tradition of bringing unbiased information and support to the citizens of Pennsylvania for more than 100 years.

 

 

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