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Watch a Webinar

Libby Eiholzer, Bilingual Dairy
Northwest New York Dairy, Livestock & Field Crops

June 6, 2014

Watch a Webinar

Don?t give up on continuing education as spring arrives. Webinars bring knowledge right to your office.

Winter is ?meeting season? for dairy producers and crop farmers alike. Veterinary clinics and crop consultants host client meetings, NEDPA, Pro-Dairy and Cornell Cooperative Extension bring you many conferences and courses. By the time spring rolls around many farmers stop looking for educational opportunities and shift their focus to the fields.

Webinars (web based seminars) are a great way to continue learning, even when you?re too busy to leave the farm. As webinars take place year-round, presenters can offer information that is up to date and more relevant to what you?re doing in the field and on the farm today, not next season. Another added bonus is that most webinars are free!

While the location (your computer, smartphone or tablet) is certainly convenient, the timing can?t always fit with everyone?s schedules. Most websites that host webinars also archive them online so that you can watch them at your own convenience. If you want to watch the webinar live (in most cases gives you the chance to ask questions), some websites even offer reminder emails to let you know when the webinar starts.

Here are some upcoming webinars for you to take a look at:

? AgriSafe Network: http://www.agrisafe.org/training/agribusiness-webinars/
  • April 16, 12:00pm-1:00pm: Prevention of Grain Fires & Dust Explosions
    • Presented by Dan Neenan, Director
? DAIReXNET: http://www.extension.org/dairy_cattle
  • April 7, 12:00PM- 1:00PM : Milking System Design and Analysis
    • Presented by Roger Thomson, Milk Quality Consultant
? Dairy Herd Management: http://www.dairyherd.com/webinars/
  • Archived webinar: The Value of Amino Acids in your Dairy Herd Ration
    • presented by Bill Chalupa, University of Pennsylvania and John Azzone, HJ Baker
? Hoard?s Dairyman: http://www.hoards.com/webinars
  • April 14, 12:00pm- 1:00pm: Cow Welfare ? Opportunities and Challenges
    • presented by Dan Weary, University of British Columbia
? Penn State: http://extension.psu.edu/animals/dairy/courses/technology-tuesday-series
  • April 8 8:30AM-10:00AM: Getting a Handle on Lameness
    • Presented by Dr. Ernest Hovingh and Dan McFarland, Penn State Extension
  • April 29, 8:30AM- 10:00AM: Robotic Milking Edition: Cow Behavior in a Robotic Milking Dairy
    • Presented by Janice Siegford, Michigan State University



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