DairyCast update for January 26, 2010, Why do some cows thrive and others crash?

Well, I am finishing up the chores then heading off to San Antonio for hopefully some sunshine, warmer weather and a great education. I hope that you have made your plans to be with us this week for the Cattle Industry Annual Convention and NCBA Trade Show.

This year’s event looks to be exceptional with several new features and great educational opportunities. If you’re going to be there this week, let’s catch up for a few moments and talk about how we at DairyCast can better help you. Just drop me a note.

If you won’t be able to get away from the cows this week, I certainly understand. So don’t worry, we will bring you the conversations and latest information on industry issues and emerging technologies right here at DairyCast.

DairyCast® Conversations

What can you do with moldy corn and silage to maintain cow performance?

MP3 fileDr. Kathleen Emery, Nutritionist and DVM, weighs in on how we can best manage higher levels of molds and mycotoxins to maintain cow performance.

The top legal developments that will impact our dairy business

MP3 fileRoger McEowen, Director of the Center for Agricultural Law and Taxation at Iowa State University, shares in two parts the top legal developments that will impact our dairy business climate. Part 1 and part 2.

Why do some cows thrive and others crash?

MP3 fileDr. Mary Beth Hall, US Dairy Forage Research Center, shares significant insights into her research that might offer some explanations on why some cows excel while others fail miserably when you make a change to the rations.

Agchat: Agriculture discussions on Social Media channels

Twitter discussionsAntibiotics and their use in food production discussion.

Twitter discussionsFood Myths and Legends discussion.



DairyCast® Headliners

Meggie Foster

Link to blogU.S. bioenergy policy: Time to refuel? A recently-released policy paper by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy is questioning the United States’ biofuels policy, and rightly so. U.S. biofuels policy is by no means, perfectly structured and many areas are in dire need of being revisited.

Dr. Terry Etherton

Link to blogAntitrust Enforcers Probe Business Practices Surrounding Biotech Soybean Seed Dr. Etherton posts an article from the Wall Street Journal "The U.S. Justice Department has opened a formal antitrust investigation into crop-biotechnology giant Monsanto Company as it contends with the loss of patent protection on its blockbuster soybean in 2014."


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