On-Farm Laboratory Analysis – (April 19 – 21):

This 2-day program is designed for the robotic dairy management advisor or the robot technician that wants to develop a basic understanding of Herd Navigator. Importance of the biomodel and its inputs and outputs in relation to cow biology is a key focus. In addition, the course delves into working with customers and their on-farm advisors (veterinarians, nutritionists, geneticists, etc.) in guiding them into the world of Herd Navigator through DelPro™ Herd Management Software and getting herds to optimize the use of this technology.

Holiday Inn Express & Suites, Woodstock
510 Norwich Ave, Woodstock, ON N4S 3W5
Canada

Dairy Management Advisor I – (April 26 -28):

What are the cows telling us? Having the ability to advise our robot customers through DelPro Herd Management Software and practical cow knowledge are keys to optimal success on all operations. Management topics from milk quality, nutrition, reproduction, cow comfort, and overall management will be reviewed and the basic DelPro tools associated with them. In addition, an overview of technical aspects of the VMS will be reviewed.

DeLaval Dairy Service
204 Moravian Valley Rd.
Waunakee, WI 53597
USA

Dairy Management Advisor II (May 31 – June 2):

How can we provide deeper herd management guidance through DelPro beyond the basics? How does this information relate back to the herd and how can we motivate people to make changes that will reflect in the cow health and numbers? In this second installment of dairy management advisor trainings, a more thorough coverage of all management areas including milk quality, nutrition, reproduction, cow comfort as a whole, and the DelPro areas that relate to them, will be covered. Technical aspects of the VMS relating to herd management will be included.

DeLaval Dairy Service
204 Moravian Valley Rd.
Waunakee, WI 53597
USA

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Dr. French is Dairy Management Advisor – robotic solutions. She grew up in Urbana, IL with an enthusiasm for animals and agriculture from family roots in crop farming. She firmly believes feeding the highest quality wholesome forages supports the greatest total health of all ruminant animals. Lizzy enjoys learning how dairy cattle are fed across the world, but is fortunate to reside in the great dairy state of Wisconsin. In her spare time she can be found picking a banjo in her bluegrass band or random airports on the road. She also loves adventuring in the great outdoors with her huskies.

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