A2 milk, preventing heat stress, and a market and an industry update. That’s what’s in store this week during Dairy Signal, hosted by the Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin.
This weekly series continues into its 71st week, providing anyone interested with industry insights.
Lonnie Holthaus, General Manager, MilkHaus Dairy, Inc., Fennimore, Wis., Tammy Fritsch, Owner/Plant Manager, Two Guernsey Girls Creamery, Freedom, Wis., and Dr. John Lucey, PhD, Director of Center for Dairy Research, Professor of Food Science at UW-Madison, will discuss growing demand and experiences with on-farm processing of A2 milk.
Dr. Nigel Cook, DVM, Professor in Food Animal Production Medicine at UW-Madison, School of Veterinary Medicine; Chair of the Department of Medical Sciences and Mike Larson, President and Dairy Manager, Larson Acres, Inc. will provide insights on designing ventilation systems to keep cows cool.
Dan Basse, Economist and President of AgResource Company, will return with his bi-weekly update with timely insights on market conditions and industry news.
The Dairy Signal is a weekly series of free educational episodes, developed by dairy producers, offering insights and resources for fellow dairy farmers and other food system professionals throughout the value chain. The episodes air live from 12:00-1:00 PM CT each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday; recorded sessions are available later in the day.
All Dairy Signal episodes are available to the public at no cost, with current and past episodes accessible through www.pdpw.org.