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The webinars are transmitted globally in multiple languages. Mariann Fessenden from AMTS is the host and producer. A Spanish language webinar is hosted by Paula Turiello of Ifina in Argentina, Marcelo Hentz Ramos of 3RLab in Brazil hosts in Portuguese, Marcos Neves Pereira of Universidade Federal de Lavras submits questions from the Brazilian audience, Mandarin translations and hosting in China is with Shawn Li of AnSciTech, Vadim Bakhchevnikov of Novalab hosts for the Russian audience, and Elena Bonfante of Dairy Innovations Italia joins from Italy.
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Frank Mitloehner April 9, 2020
Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Dr Frank Mitloehner from UC Davis will talk about the role the dairy industry plays in greenhouse gas emissions–what are the tryths, what can be done to reduce the industry’s impact.
Bill Stone May 14, 2020
Topics in Practical Nutrition
Dr Bill Stone, PhD, DVM, serves as the Director of Ruminant Technical Services for Diamond V. In both his role with Diamond V and he experience as a nutritionist working with leading farms in the industry, Bill has developed many practical strategies for maximizing productivity, health, and financial returns for his clients.
Jude Capper June 11, 2020
Dr Jude Capper, an independent livestock consultant based in the United Kingdom, will talk about sustainability. As the second featured speaker on hot-topic climate issues, Dr Capper will discuss strategies for industry to focus of sustainability while feeding a hungry world.
Jennifer Van Os August 13, 2020
Temperature Regulation in Cows and Calves
Dr Jennifer Van Os is an assistant professor and extension specialist at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where her research focuses on understanding, evaluating, and improving the welfare of dairy animals from a biological perspective.
Ton Tylutki, September 10, 2020
Dr Tom Tylutki
Tom’s talk will bring better understanding and clarity to the NDF time points as they are used in the CNCPS model. If you are confused about what the 12hr, 30hr, 120hr, and 240hr points mean–this is the one for you!
Trevor DeVries, October 8, 2020
Working in Robotic milking farms
Dr Trevor Devries, University of Guelph, will present on animal behavior and strategies for working on farms with robotic milkers. He research focuses on how nutrition and nutritional management influence dairy cow feeding behavior, health and production.
Marty Traxler November 5, 2020
Dr Marty Traxler, Director of AgroLab Mexico and AMTS Distributor for Mexico and Central America, will talk about heat stress and nutritional strategies for maintaining health and production during times of heat stress.
Archived Recordings of Completed Webinars
DR Jesse Goff gave an excellent and well attended webinar on hypocalcemia in dairy cows. He excellently answered the many questions from listeners.
Dr Jonas DeSouza’s The Nutritionist 2020 webinar focused on fatty acid nutrition in transition cows.
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 form listeners in Argentina, Brazil, Russia, China, and Italy. 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