webinars and webcasts

January 16, 2013

webinars

What Lower Somatic Cell Count Limits Could Mean to You

Hoard’s Dairyman Webinar Archives
Presenter: Pamela Ruegg, University of Wisconsin
Host: Mike Hutjens, University of Illinois

Dr. Pam Ruegg talks about the implications of 400,000 cell count limits. This Hoard’s Dairyman webinar was presented on February 14, 2011. Topics included somatic cell count, milk quality, udder health, federal regulations.

New Concepts in Mastitis Control

Hoard’s Dairyman Webinar Archives
Presenter: Pamela Ruegg, University of Wisconsin
Host: Mike Hutjens, University of Illinois

The production of high quality milk is based on prevention of mastitis and early detection of new infections. This webinar helps producer and advisers understand some of the new technologies that are being used for detection and diagnosis of mastitis.

webcasts

On the Air: Dr. Ruegg Talks Mastitis and Research Surprises

Sevie Kenyon, from the University of Wisconsin Extension in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Madison, WI, visited with Dr. Pamela Ruegg, UW Department of Dairy Science, to discuss the evolution of the most costly disease of dairy cattle.

How Do We Miss Antibiotic Residues On Cull Cows?

Part One
Part Two

We have a special two-part series just posted from the Cattle Industry Convention Dairy Producers Communications Forum. Kansas State’s Dr Mike Appley looks at antibiotic residues in cull cows and bob veal calves. Why do we miss the withdrawal periods on these? And if we are meeting or exceeding those withdrawals, can our method of application still cause a positive response?