Registration is now open for the annual meeting of the Minnesota Dairy Health Conference, an annual, world-class continuing education opportunity for people in the dairy industry.  Dates this year are April 11 to 13, with the conference being hosted on the beautiful St. Paul campus. The conference provides an opportunity to earn up to 21 CE credits while learning about the latest developments in dairy production science, health, nutrition, management, and food quality. 

The program, planned by faculty at the University of Minnesota and Iowa State University, will provide participants with the latest developments in dairy production science, health, management, and food quality, with a wide variety of topics including practice growth/consulting opportunities, mastitis/milk quality, application of genomics for your client herds, transition cow management, reproductive management and lameness control, as well as cutting edge updates on active research projects at the University of Minnesota and Iowa State University.  Conference organizers also offer two one-day preconference seminars; one on youngstock management and one on management of dairy goats and sheep (an exciting and rapidly growing industry in the Midwest and elsewhere). 

Please visit the conference website to learn more about this excellent program.