UK Dairy Day 2019 featured 13 seminars, kindly sponsored by XL Vets, covering a range of subjects related to dairy herds and farm business which will be engaging and educational.
|Time||Zone||Company||Title & Speaker|
|10.00am||Zone 1||Boehringer Ingelheim||Calf matters 2019
By Ailsa Milnes, Ruminant Vet Adviser, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health
|10.20am||Zone 2||XL Vets||Future-proofing your herd through the use of genomics
By Neil Eastham BVSc DBR MRCVS, Partner at Bishopton Veterinary Group
|10.40am||Zone 1||Buitelaar||Giving the Dairy Bull Calf a Life
By Adam Buitelaar, Managing Director, Buitelaar
|11.00am||Zone 2||NWF Agriculture||Clarifying the key points to a successful transition period
By Adam Clay, Head of Technical, NWF Agriculture
|11.20am||Zone 1||Cogent||Empower your dairy herd through innovation and technology
By Rudolph Linde, Global Business Development Manager, Cogent UK
|11.40am||Zone 2||Trident Feeds||Deforestation and other environmental impacts are challenging the use of soya in rations - are there alternatives and positive benefits for the dairy farmer
By Dr Michael Marsden, Head of Innovation, AB Connect
|12.00pm||Zone 1||Alltech & KEENAN||Want to drive more margin from feed inputs?
By Ian Leach, Programme Manager, Alltech & KEENAN
|1.00pm||Zone 1||Red Tractor||Where is the tractor heading and how do you ensure you are on board
By Kate Cross, Technical Manager - Dairy, Red Tractor and Angela Rhodes, Chairman Red Tractor Dairy Board
|1.20pm||Zone 2||Dairy Insight||Maximising your earnings through breeding efficiency
By Dave Gilbert, Dairy Insight
|1.40pm||Zone 1||Livestock Information Programme (LIP)||How the Livestock Information Service will be game-changing for the industry
By Simon Hall, Livestock Information Programme
|2.00pm||Zone 2||NFU||Contract Reform: What could it mean for you?
By Michael Oakes, NFU National Dairy Board Chairman
|2.20pm||Zone 1||Boehringer Ingelheim||BVD National Survey 2019
By Matt Yarnall, Brand Manager Bios, Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health
|2.40pm||Zone 2||Natural England||Ammonia reduction on my farm, WHY, HOW and WHO can help?
By Alex Lowe, Agricultural Lead, Natural England
David Ball, AHDB
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