New Dairy Conference Focuses on Golden State

Taylor Hillman Cattle, Dairy & Livestock, Education

Dairy advisors and specialists have decided it’s time to have a California specific dairy conference and plan to launch the inaugural event next week.

Dairy Management Conference

California dairy experts got together and realized a need for a California dairy conference. University of California Davis Livestock Waste Management Specialist Deanne Meyer says a lot of research will be covered in the two-day conference.

Meyer says the idea of the 2016 Golden State Dairy Management Conference is to make all of the information relevant to California, with research and issues that matter to the state’s dairy industry. This will be the inaugural year for the event with hopes to repeat it every other year.

2016 Golden State Dairy Management Conference

From UCANR’s Website:
March 8-10, 2016
Embassy Suites Monterey Bay – Seaside
Seaside, California

California research to address California dairy needs
Our speaker line-up includes University of California Farm Advisors, Specialists, and Dairy Faculty on topics relevant to California dairying.

Who should attend:
Dairy producers, nutritionists, veterinarians, companies and other members of allied industry who are interested in topics related to dairy production in California.

Continuing Education:
American Registry of Professional Animal Scientists: Approved for 10 CEUs.
California Certified Crop Advisor: Approved for 2 CEUs.

See the full agenda from the conference and register online here.