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    Inside The Dairy Feeding and Management Online Course More than 50 modules so you can become an expert on dairy feeding.

    Module 1 – Driving Dry Matter Intake
    Module 2 – Understanding Nutrients
    Module 3 – Roaming Through the Rumen
    Module 4 – Phase Feeding Concepts
    Module 5 – Dry Cow Feeding and Management
    Module 6 – Focus on Fresh Cow Strategies
    Modulo 7 – Using Feed Efficiency as a tool
    Module 8 – Role of Forages
    Module 9 – Forage Types
    Module 10 – Silage considerations
    Module 11 – Economics and Storage
    Module 12 – Evaluating Milk Components
    Module 13 – Concentrates
    Module 14 – Feed Additive Applications
    Module 15 – Mineral Applications and Update
    Module 16 – Role of Vitamins
    Module 17 – Protein Basics in Dairy Rations
    Module 18 – Fat (Lipids and Oils)
    Module 19 – Carbohydrates

    Module 20 – Feeding by-product feeds
    Module 21 – NRC Far Off Dry Cow
    Module 22 – NRC Close Up
    Module 23 – NRC Fresh Cow
    Module 24 – NRC Early Lactation
    Module 25 – NRC Mid-Lact
    Module 26 – Late Lactation
    Module 27 – Lessons learned NRC
    Module 28 – Forage Particle Size Evaluation
    Module 29 – Grain Processing
    Module 30 – Fecal Evaluation Tools
    Module 31 – Body Condition Scoring Approaches
    Module 32 – Milk Urea Nitrogen (MUN)
    Module 33 – Silage Fermentation
    Module 34 – Locomotion Scoring
    Module 35 – Heat Stress
    Module 36 – Lameness
    Module 37 – Grouping
    Module 38 – rBST
    Module 39 – Feeding Considerations and Reproductive Performance
    Module 40 – Immunity
    Module 41 – Culling and longevity
    Module 42 – Feed bunk management
    Module 43 – Total Mix Ration Applications
    Module 44 – Colostrum
    Module 45 – Liquid diets for calves
    Module 46 – Start Grain
    Module 47 – Scours and Pneumonia
    Module 48 – Feeding Heifers Efficiently
    Module 49 – Heifer rations
    Module 50 – Reducing Heifer Costs
    Module 51 – Build Ration
    Module 52 – Farm Walk
    Module NASEM 2021
    BONUS!
    Class with:
    Dr. Bill Weiss
    Dr. Dan Undersander
    Dr. Rick Grant
    Dr. Jud Heinrichs
    Dr. Jesse Goff
    Dr. Marcia Endres
    Dr. Barry Bradford







    More than 400 lectures, Offline ( No annual subscription) Price: 300$
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