Michigan State University’s Dairy Team focuses on dairy production by bringing together educators and researchers who have a commitment to enhance the competitive advantage of Michigan dairy producers and Michigan’s dairy industry. Through specialized dairy programs, ranging from online resources and educational seminars to dairy educators located throughout the state, the MSU Dairy Team provides Michigan’s dairy industry with easy-to-access information on a consistent basis.
Dairy Reproductive Management Strategies - This program will feature Michigan dairy producers and their veterinarians describing their approaches to getting cows pregnant in a timely manner. The program is being offered at 3 locations across the state. Specific locations are listed at the and on the registration flyer.
Check out the 2014-2015 MSU Extension Dairy Team Programs booklet for other educational events to be offered this winter.
MSUE Dairy News
Last season’s cooler than normal temperatures caused lower than normal test weights.
Posted on April 17, 2015 1:15pm by Bruce MacKellar
Integrating conservation practices throughout the farming system can keep crop nutrients in the root zone and out of waterways.
Posted on April 17, 2015 10:41am by Tim Harrigan
Newborn calves still need protection from nighttime low temperatures.
Posted on April 17, 2015 9:54am by Faith Cullens
Managing the forage resource to better manage and extend grazing opportunities.
Posted on April 16, 2015 2:08pm by Kevin Gould
Instead of just putting up with the task of managing employees, take ownership for it and making it a strength of the operation.
Posted on April 15, 2015 8:21am by Phil Durst
Cottage to Commercial training will help you understand how to turn your food business idea into a successful commercial reality.
Posted on April 14, 2015 2:09pm by Joanne Davidhizar
Part two in a four part series on land rent.
Posted on April 14, 2015 1:48pm by Dennis Pennington
For a farm to meet their goals their employees must be performing their job to the best of their abilities and enjoying their job.
Posted on April 7, 2015 2:54pm by Stan Moore
Breakfast on the Farm is hosting a fun and free learning opportunity for you and your family. These events are open to all ages interested in learning about where their food comes from and how it is produced.
Posted on April 7, 2015 1:37pm by Nichole Hersch
Using cover crops can help farms build soil organic matter.
Posted on April 1, 2015 3:14pm by Christina Curell