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, 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.
This educational series would not be possible without the support our generous sponsors. We hope you will look to them when you have nutritional needs. Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition, Ajinomoto Heartland, Virtus, Dairy One Forage Laboratories, DairyLand Laboratories, Inc, Jefo, Perdue AgriBusiness, Adisseo, AminoMax, Origination, Inc, NovaMeal , PMI, and Kemin.
Michel Wattiaux October 10, 2019
Managing excretions and emissions through nutrition
Dr Michel Wattiaux, University of Wisconsin-Madison, will discuss how diets can be formulated to minimize negative environmental effects and improve sustainability.
November 14, 2019
Formulating for Grazing in the CNCPS
Dr Mike Dineen, Teagasc Animal and Grassland Research and Innovation Center, Fermoy, Ireland, will present on his research in implementing grazing into the CNCPS model and the implications that has for precision formulation.
James Drackley RESCHEDULED! December 12, 2019
Calf feeding Recommendations
Dr James Drackley, from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, will share his current research on calves with emphasis on updated guidelines.
Archived Recordings of Completed Webinars
Dr Jenkins provided some recommendations and guidelines for nutritionist striving to maintain a healthy butterfat component in their clients herds.
Dr Sam Fessenden, AMTS, presents on using the CNCPS model and setting up for optimizing in the AMTS.Cattle.Pro program.
Dr Geoff Dahl, presenting from Bari Italy, discusses the carryover effects of heat stress during the dry period.
Dr Niles Jennett, DVM, founding partner of Dairy Veterinary Services and newly joined to the Progressive Dairy Solutions team, looks beyond the ration with guidelines and protocols he uses to help improve efficiency, health, and profitability on his clients’ farms.
The May 2019 The Nutritionist is postponed. Dr Drackley unexpectedly needed to reschedule, We do not yet have a new date but will let you know as soon as we have it on our calendars. Given the short notice and insufficient time for another presenter to ready...
Dr Akira Saito gave a presentation about using milk replacer in automatic feeding systems. He has also done considerable work with Waygu and Waygu-cross calves to improve growth and later performance. Dr Mike Van Amburgh and Dr Jim Drackley joined Dr Saito for the presentation question and answer period.
Dr Mike Van Amburgh, professor at Cornell University, gave a talk that discussed some components, which he referred to as bioactive factors,
Dr Rick Grant, President of The Wm H Miner Institute, spoke about the relationships between undigested fiber, primarily forage, (uNDF240) and physically effective fiber at that same time point (peuNDF240).
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