Fall 2021 Spartan Dairy Newsletter
Stay in touch with the latest dairy news and research at MSU
Parlor Performance Evaluations: A valuable tool for all farms
How do you know that you are training your workforce on the correct protocols? Evaluating your parlor is a critical step for milker development.
Why are my cattle bloating?
Bloat can have a significant economic impact on an operation due to animal deaths or the following treatments required by bloat-prone animals.
Dairy farm labor efficiency
Is your farm as efficient as it could be?
Emergency response to accidents involving livestock D2L online course offered by MSU Extension
Accidents involving livestock occur throughout Michigan and preparing first responders to effectively respond to these accidents is the goal of the MSU Extension D2L online training course.
Great Lakes Regional Dairy Conference 2022 dates released
Learn more about the 2022 Great Lakes Regional Dairy Conference.
Rumen development of calves
Efficient rumen development is critical for maximizing growth of dairy calves.
Beginning farmers, We’ve got news for you!
New and beginning farmers can sign up to receive a new monthly newsletter catered to their needs.
Forage alternatives for livestock in drought years
Offering solutions to help stretch limited forage supplies and budgets when the weather isn’t cooperating.
New $3 million investment to advance Michigan animal agriculture research, infrastructure
The Michigan Alliance for Animal Agriculture has received $3 million in new funding for 25 research and outreach projects, as well as infrastructure upgrades.
Research drilldown: The FYI on BLV: What you need to know to keep your herd healthy
Bovine leukemia virus is a contagious disease that is often undiagnosed and robs many herds of health and productivity.
Dairy Spotlight: Zheng Zhou
Assistant professor in the department of animal science.