The Nutritionist 2017
Most two-hour sessions are held on the second Wednesday of the month. A complete recording of each seminar will later be posted here and on the 3rLab websites. Pre-registration is required. For more information and registration, contact email@example.com
The Nutritionist 2017 Dann
Dr Heather Dann talks about milk analysis and on-farm use for management decisions. Heather Dann is a research scientist at the William H. Miner Agricultural Research Institute in Chazy, NY where her research has focused on dairy cow nutrition and management. Most...
The Nutritionist 2017 Ballou
Dr Michael Ballou from Texas Tech University discussed strategies to improve the immunological function of dairy cattle. He covered stress, the impact on immunity, and methods to control stress and improve response.
Dr. Lance Baumgard: Leaky gut, heat stress, and ketosis
Dr Baumgard presented work he has been doing in the area of leaky gut and the effects it may have on milk production and animal performance.
Dr. Christiaan Cruywagen: Challenges to maintain a healthy Rumen pH in Dairy Cows
The Nutritionist 2017 Webinar Series Dr. Christiaan Cruywagen, Challenges to maintain a healthy Rumen pH in Dairy Cows, August 9, 2017 Dr. Christiaan Cruywagen, noted researcher, nutritionist, educator speaks to us from South Africa. We are very pleased to host the...
Dr. Dale Bauman, Diet Induced Milk Fat Depression
The Nutritionist 2017 Webinar Series Dr. Dale Bauman, Diet Induced Milk Fat Depression, July 12, 2017 We were especially happy to welcome Dr. Bauman so close after the Bauman Symposium at ADSA in late June Dr. dale Bauman’s talk provided some historical perspective on...
Dr. Samuel Fessenden, Integrating on-farm data into Nutritional Models
The Nutritionist 2017 Webinar Series Dr. Samuel Fessenden, Integrating on-farm data into Nutritional Models, June 7, 2017 Dr. Sam Fessenden, technical support specialist for AMTS on model inputs We were very pleased to host our own, Sam Fessenden, as he spoke about...
Dr. Ian Lean, Transition Cows and Pasture
The Nutritionist 2017 Webinar Series Dr. Ian Lean, Transition Cows and Pasture, May 10, 2017 Dr. Ian Lean, noted researcher, nutritionist, educator speaks to us from Australia. We were very pleased to host a first, for us, webinar from the other side of the world. Ian...
Dr. Mark Hanigan: Is there really a single limiting amino acid?
The Nutritionist 2017 Webinar Series Dr. Mark Hanigan: Is there really a single limiting amino acid? April 5, 2017 Dr. Mark Hanigan’s talk centered around the new Dairy NRC recommendations for amino acids. Dr Hanigan presented an argument against considering amino...
Dr. Larry Chase: Cows, Gases, and the Environment
The Nutritionist 2017 Webinar Series Dr. Larry Chase: Cows, Gases, and the Environment, March 8, 2017 Dr. Larry Chase joins us in the Groton Office for his presentation. Dr Larry Chase, Professor Emeritus, Cornell University, gave a presentation focused on Cows,...
Dr. Barry Bradford: Fiber, Fill, and Fermentability
The Nutritionist 2017 Webinar Series Dr. Barry Bradford: Fiber, Fill, and Fermentability February 8, 2017 Dr. Barry Bradford is the first presenter in our 2017 series of The Nutritionist. Barry Bradford, from Kansas State University discussed the differing ways of...
The series is a unique, multi-language presentation held in English, Portuguese, Mandarin, and Spanish.
Noted ruminant nutritionists present in English hosted by Mariann Fessenden of AMTS in the United States; Marcos Neves Pereira hosts a simultaneously translated webinar in Portuguese, and Paula Turiellohosts a Spanish language webinar.
The purpose of these webinars is to provide access to technical seminars on a range of topics delivered by internationally recognized speakers to a global audience.
Key Points About the Nutritionist
The presentations are delivered in English on Zoom webinar platform and approximately 60 minutes in length.
The Spanish, Mandarin, Portuguese, and Russian language webinars are simultaneously translated and transmitted on other platforms.
Questions are fielded from English language listeners as well as from listeners around the world. The flow of the talk is not interrupted for translation.
The audience is global. To better accommodate listeners in all time zones, the recorded webinar is played with live question opportunities offered in both morning and night sessions on the webinar day.
Archived recordings of past webinars are available for on our website. Recordings are also available as podcasts.
All webinars and recordings have received CEU credit approval from ARPAS