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A series of webinars on dairy goats will continue in 2022

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During the year, webinars on dairy goat care are planned

Iowa State University on Dairy Expansion and Advocacy will continue its quarterly webinar on dairy goats in 2022 with specific dates and topics for all webinars. All webinars will be held from 12.00 to 13.15 (Extension and outreach ISU)

ORANGE CITY, Iowa – Iowa State University for Enlargement and Advocacy Dairy Group will continue its quarterly webinar on dairy goats in 2022 with specific dates and topics for all webinars. All webinars will be held from noon to 1:15 p.m.

  • March 15 – Join Larry Trennel, ISU Dairy Specialist for Expansion and Coverage, and Brian Dougherty, Field Engineer for Agriculture at ISU Extension and Outreach, as they discuss milking systems and room design related to dairy goat milking. housing and ventilation design is also recommended.
  • June 14 – Join Paul Plummer, ISU College of Veterinary Medicine and Executive Director of the National Institute for Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Education, when he discusses goat arthritis encephalitis and practical ways to manage the spread of CAE in your herd.
  • September 13 – Subclinical mastitis when drying can be an obstacle to improving the quality of milk in dairy goats. Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is working to determine the time of hatching meat and milk in dairy goats for two intramural antibiotics commonly used to alleviate the problem in dairy cattle to provide producers with safer tools to provide goat milk products to consumers. Pat Gorden and Michelle Buckley, both from the ISU College of Veterinary Medicine, will present information about this study.

Participation in the program is not paid; however, registration is required. Register in advance for this meeting at https://go.iastate.edu/WU2N6J or contact Jennifer Bentley, Dairy Specialist at ISU Extension and Outreach, at jbentley@iastate.edu563-382-2949.

Registration participants will receive an e-mail confirmation with information about joining the meeting. Information on future webinars will also be provided as dates and topics are announced.

This work is supported by the Competitive Program of the National Institute of Nutrition and Agriculture of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and Nutrition, Antimicrobial Resistance Number: 2020-04197.

– Expansion and educational activities of the University of Iowa


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