PODCAST: Dr. Michael Hutjens discusses the unusual weather and implications for feed quality, feeding and harvesting.

Episode 2 of DairyVoice Podcast scheduled for September 16

DairyVoice Podcast, a recent addition to the DairyBusiness.com news format, has announced the next episode in their ongoing series for dairy farmers. In episode 2, scheduled to air on September 16, Dr. Michael Hutjens, Emeritus Professor at the University of Illinois, discusses the unusual weather conditions in the 2019 Midwest growing season and implications for feed quality, feeding and harvesting.

“Our goal with DairyVoice is to provide farmers with information that will really help them in their operations. So, in addition to checking DairyBusiness.com for their daily news, they can just click and listen to these relevant and instructive podcasts while they continue to work,” says Joel Hastings, Editor and Publisher of DairyBusiness.

DairyVoice launched two weeks ago with its premiere episode by Cornell University’s Tom Overton titled “Ten Traits for Resilient, High Performing Dairies.” The podcast is being received well with hundreds of views so far and numerous inquiries and suggestions for future episodes. It is additionally listed on Google and Apple podcast.

DairyBusiness.com became active in 1999 near the inception of the internet. Since then, it has grown to receive nearly 80,000 visitors a month and has over 20,500 opt-in email subscribers. Those in the dairy industry check each day for the latest news and relevant information to stay on top of their business.

Tune in to DairyBusiness.com or DairyVoice.com on September 16 to listen to Dr. Hutjens. Plus, you can always go to either website to listen to past episodes.

DairyBusiness is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana with an additional office in Madera, California. The company provides daily news, a twice-monthly digital magazine release, a weekly email news synopsis, and a weekly video segment to the dairy industry. For more information, go to DairyBusiness.com or email info@dairyBusiness.com.


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