There’s still time to register for the Minnesota Dairy Health Conference May 21-23, at the Minneapolis Airport Marriott.

Limited space pre-conference sessions are filling fast, so be sure to register soon!

  • Learn about your own and others behavior styles by attending DiSC Training. Prior to the session you will complete the online DiSC assessment. During the session you will not only obtain your results, but learn what they mean and their application to your everyday life. This session can give you the knowledge and skills to improve self-awareness, relationships, communication and teamwork! 
  • Or choose to participate in Digital Surgery to gain essential knowledge and practice your skills in the recognition and treatment of diseases of the foot of the cattle. This veterinarian only session will begin with information filled presentations followed by a practical hands-on wet lab. This strategic design will allow you to apply the newly learned material in a relevant setting by completing examinations and surgery of the foot.
  • Just added, Using On-Farm Culture Systems to Manage Clinical Mastitis, is ideal for those who are interested in learning more about rapid diagnosis of clinical mastitis pathogens. On-farm culture (OFC) systems haven proven themselves valuable, and can be used to successfully guide strategic treatment decisions. This session will include both presentations and a hands-on wet lab.

Early registration ends Monday, April 22, so act now to discover the latest developments in dairy health, mortality, mastitis and food safety.