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Managing & Marketing Quality Holstein Steers Proceedings

hoop barn openingA list of the breakout sessions discussing dairy beef, nutrition of wet calves, nutrition: growing and finishing, housing and management, feedlot nutritional management, breeding, genetics and grazing, markets and risk management, health and disease management, meat quality and industry perspective and implant strategies. The conference was help November 2, 2005.

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Grazing and Organic

cows eating grassEver thought about going organic or moving to a grass-fed operation? Currently on a grazing system in need of fine tuning? This page contains videos on raising heifers on pasture and a series on beginning grazing to help improve operations.

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Newsletters

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The ISU Dairy Team is constantly providing Iowa dairy producers information and resources to improve their operations. Monthly newsletters are sent on a regular basis to continue education efforts and inform farmers on timely topics. On this page is a list of Newsletter pdf's and eNewsletters for viewing. If you are intersted in having dairy news sent right to your inbox, sign-up here!

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Iowa Dairy Industry

brown cow in head gateThe Iowa dairy industry has historically been important in Iowa and remains so yet today as the fifth largest sector of Iowa agriculture. Each cow in Iowa generates $23,445 of economic impact and value to a community. Iowa's dairy industry is important and this page provides a few resources on economic impact and production averages.

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Milk Quality

milking machineThe profitable production of high quality milk is the ultimate goal of most dairy farms. Quality can be hindered by a number of factors but a major concern includes mastitis. Resources on mastitis and milk quality can be found on this page.

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