Wednesday, February 29, 2012

DAIReXNET (national eXtension) Webinars- Free to the Public - March, 2012

You can find information on accessing these webinars here. If you’re on twitter, please share our webinars using this link:

All of our currently planned webinars have been approved for one credit of CEU from ARPAS. To obtain the credit, you will need to apply for it on after attending the session.

Strategies to Improve Reproduction During Summer Heat Stress
Dr. Todd Bilby
Monday, March 5, 2012
12:00 PM Central Time

Reproductive failure is the number one reason dairy cows involuntarily leave the dairy farm and summer heat stress exemplifies this costly issue. However, managerial, hormonal and novel reproductive technologies are available for producers to utilize which will reduce the severity of summer heat stress on reproduction. The various strategies will be presented in detail to educate both producers and consultants to be able to implement reproductive program changes to subside summer’s negative effects.

More upcoming sessions:

Nutrition Programs for the Heat Stressed Herd
Dr. Jose Santos
March 19, 2012

Economics of Heat Stress: Implications for Management
Dr. Albert DeVries
April 9. 2012

Cooling Strategies During Heat Stress
Dr. Pete Hansen
April 23, 2012

You can also view our past webinars at

Feel free to email or call us with any questions you may have:

Nancy McGill

Donna Amaral-Phillips

What is DAIReXNET? DAIReXNET is a national, extension-driven web resource designed to meet the educational and decision-making needs of dairy producers, allied industry partners, extension educators and consumers.

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