Dr Kenneth Kalscheur and Jordan Kuehnl present on canola Meal in Dairy Cow Rations

As a continuation of the AMTS Nutritionist webinars in 2022, the Canolamazing webinar with Dr Ken Kalscheur and Jordan Kuehnl focus on using canola in dairy cow rations and the effects on performance and methane emissions. Dr Kenneth Kalscheur has been involved in canola meal and soybean meal research in his position as a research scientist with the US Dairy Forage Research Center.  His research includes the utilization of forages and agro-industry coproducts in dairy cattle diets to improve milk production and nutrient utilization by dairy cattle and the environmental impact of animal management and feeding practices in dairy production systems. During the past decade, he has extensively researched how canola meal can be formulated into lactating dairy cow diets. Jordan Kuehnl is working with Dr Kalscheur in his position as a graduate student at the University of Wisconsin.
Dr. Kalscheur received his B.S. in Dairy Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Animal Science from the University of Maryland. From 2001 to 2014, Kenneth F. Kalscheur was a professor of Dairy Science at South Dakota State University.

His presentation in pdf form:

The Canolamazing Kalscheur and Kuehnl webinar PDF

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