…been working with dairy cows and are looking to increase your knowledge of transition cow management?
…had some formal training or course work but want a refresher on transition cow management?
…been working with the farm transition cow program but want to know more about the how, what and why?
…wanted to improve the transition cow management of your herd but need to know where to start?
…wanted to increase the skills you bring to the farm or your farm employer?
…been wondering where you’ll find the time to attend a course or workshop?
If so, this course is designed for you!
You’ll learn the basics of transition cow management then quickly build from there to understand and manage an effective dairy reproductive program… all from the comfort of a computer!
Transition Cow Physiology/Biology
Nutritional Strategies for Transition Cows
Fresh Cow Health Management
Dr. Tom Overton, PhD – Cornell University
Dr. Blake Nguyen, DVM – Cornell University
Jessica McArt, DVM, PhD – Cornell University
Lindsay Ferlito, MS – Cornell Cooperative Extenstion
Soon Hon Cheong, DVM, PhD – Cornell University
Dr. Robert A. Lynch, DVM – Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY
Dr. Julio Giordano, DVM, MS, PhD- Cornell University
Dr. Vinicius Machado, DVM, PhD – Texas Tech University
$265.00 per person
April 2 – May 18, 2018
This is a seven week course offered online. Corresponding assignments are due each week. To get the most out of the experience, you should expect to spend 2 to 3 hours per week on the lessons and assignments. The course is offered through Moodle, an easy-to-use online interface that you’ll view through your personal computer’s web browser.
The bulk of the course happens on your own time, with discussions, readings, and assignments in Moodle. To add to the experience, webinars will be woven into the online interface of the course to allow you to meet on a weekly basis and learn from the presenters and ask questions in real time. If you miss one, they are always recorded and posted for later viewing.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Dairy business on-farm personnel (owner or employee) seeking to increase their knowledge of transition cow management. Participants should possess a formal or informal background in dairy cattle management, but not necessarily in transition cow management.
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