Jun
27
to Jun 28

"Golf for Good Works" Tournament

Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance's 

13th Annual 

"Golf for Good Works" Tournament

June 27 - 28, 2019

Turning Stone Resort - Verona, NY

 
Sponsorships and Registration - Now Open! 

 

Once again, we are returning to Turning Stone’s Shenendoah Golf Course! Shenendoah offers 18 holes of PGA-level golf in a spectacular natural setting. The course was designed, constructed and maintained to PGA standards.  In 2006, Turning Stone Resort’s Shenendoah Golf Club was host of the PGA National Club Professional Championship. Current list of accolades: 2018 Golfweek - Best Casino Courses, 2017 Casino Player Magazine - Best Golf Course in New York, 2018 Northeast Golf Magazine - Best in New York Golf - Public Courses (#7)

Proceeds from this event will go to support agricultural outreach and education programs.  Last year we supported the Northeast Regional Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge, Future Farmers of America Foundation, NYS 4-H Foundation's Junior Dairy Leader Program, the New York State Fair Dairy Cow Birthing Center, LEAD New York, Dairy Judging Teams, New York Farm Bureau Food & Farm Experience, Maine 4-H Foundation's Dairy Quiz Bowl, and the Growing Through Showing Program.
 REGISTER TODAY!



Registration Deadline:  June 21, 2019

Sponsorship Deadline:  June 7, 2019

Raffle prizes are welcomed
and encouraged!



SCHEDULE

Thursday, June 27, 2019

5:30 - 7:00 pm
Pre-Tournament Reception
Shenendoah Club House Patio


Friday, June 28, 2019
Shenendoah Club House

6:30 am 
Registration & Continental Breakfast

6:30 - 7:15 am 
Putting Clinic with the Pro

7:30 am 
Shotgun Start

1:30 pm 
Lunch & Prizes


Sponsorship Opportunities are as follows:

Pre-Tournament Reception   $1,500

The Pre-Tournament Reception Sponsorship ($1,500 per firm, limited to 3 co-sponsors) includes recognition at the reception (with prominent signage and verbal acknowledgements), in NEAFA News and on the NEAFA web site.
 

Breakfast   $1,500

The Breakfast Sponsorship ($1,500 per firm, limited to 3 co-sponsors) includes recognition at the breakfast (with prominent signage and verbal acknowledgements), in NEAFA News and on the NEAFA web site.
 

Luncheon   $1,500

The Luncheon Sponsorship ($1,500 per firm, limited to 3 co-sponsors) includes recognition at the luncheon (with prominent signage and verbal acknowledgements), in NEAFA News and on the NEAFA web site.
 

Hole in One   $1,000

The Hole in One Sponsorship includes your logo placed on cart signs and on poster at registration, recognition in NEAFA News and on the NEAFA web site.
 

Eagle   $750

Eagle Sponsorship includes logo placed on sign at registration and on the rule sheet and recognition in NEAFA News. 
 

Individual Hole   $500

The Individual Hole Sponsorship includes a tee sign at the hole being sponsored and recognition in NEAFA News.



Raffle Prizes

NEAFA is seeking raffle prize donations to help make this a fun and successful event. If you or your organization are able to offer a raffle prize please complete the registration form and indicate the item you will be donating. You do not have to attend to submit a raffle prize item.

Please contact me if you have questions.  
 
Sincerely,
 
Rick Zimmerman
Executive Director

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2019 Herd Health ad Nutrition Conference
Apr
8
to Apr 9
Mar
19
to Mar 20

New England Dairy Conferences

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The Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance is partnering with the University of Maine, Maine Dairy Industry Association, UConn and USDA for two Dairy Seminars.  March 19 and 20 are the dates for these events and they will provide top notch speakers on timely topics impacting dairy management.  

Sponsorships

Take advantage of the sponsorship opportunities available for one or both of these programs.  Sponsor exhibits are welcome at both locations.

Click here for online sponsorship form: 
https://www.memberplanet.com/s/neafa/nedairyseminars-sponsor19


Maine Dairy Seminar

March 19, 2019

Elks Lodge
Waterville, Maine

Click here for printable registration brochure:


Connecticut Dairy Seminar

March 20, 2019

DoubleTree Bradley International Airport Hotel
16 Ella Grasso Turnpike
Windsor Locks, Connecticut

Click here for online registration form: https://www.memberplanet.com/s/neafa/ctdairyseminar-19reg

 
Click here for printable registration brochure.

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NEAFA Annual Meeting & Sponsorship (March 2019)
Mar
3
to Mar 6

NEAFA Annual Meeting & Sponsorship (March 2019)

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The Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance Annual Meeting and Forum will beheld March 3-6, 2019 at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort, Orlando, Florida and sponsorship opportunities are now available!  You will not want to miss this great event and a great opportunity to sponsor!

Sponsorships will still be accepted after October 30


Sponsorship support has been a key component to the Alliance's ability to host a first rate conference.  There are lots of benefits provided for each level of sponsorship.Please click here to review/print the sponsorship pledge form and determine what specific event(s) you would like to sponsor.   If you prefer to pay online, please click here for our online sponsorship & attendee registration form.  (Please note: conference registration is NOT included with any level of sponsorship).



Presentations at the NEAFA Annual Meeting:


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Farm Tour

  • American Seed Trade Association

  •   Alltech, Inc.

  • Balchem Corporation

  • CoBank

  • EMM Sales & Service, Inc. / Walinga, Inc. 

  • Farm Credit East

  • Greenfield Global

  • Syngenta


Golf Tournament

  • Afgritech

  • AminoMax

  • The Anderson's Inc.

  • Diamond V

  • Micronutrients

  • PMI Nutritional Additives

Gold

  • APEX

  • Co-operative Feed Dealers, Inc.

  • Dairy Nutrition Plus

  • Global AgriTrade

  • Gold Star Feed and Grain

  • Mercer Milling Company

  • Papillon Agricultural Company, Inc.  

  • Phoenix Feeds & Nutrition

  • Zinpro Corporation


Silver:

  • Central New York Feeds, Inc. 

  • Elanco Animal Health

  • Feed Ingredient Trading Corp. 

  • Feedworks USA


Bronze:

  • Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production

  • Bayer U.S. - Crop Science

  • Buffalo Molasses, LLC

  • Buhler, Inc.

  • Commodity Resource Corporation

  • Feel Good, Inc.

  • Holtz Nelson Dairy Consultants, LLC

  • Lallemand Animal Nutrition

  • Lutz Feed Company, Inc.

  • MarSyt, Inc.

  • Milk Specialties Global

  • Mosaic Feed Ingredients

  • Natural Biologics, Inc.

  • NBT Bank N.A.

  • New England Millwrights, Inc.

  • Pat O'Brien & Sons, Inc.

  • Perdue AgriBusiness

  • Pestell Minerals & Ingredients Inc.

  • Phileo-Lesaffre Animal Care

  • Rock River Laboratory

  • Western New York Energy, LLC


Hotel Information

Rosen Shingle Creek Orlando
9939 Universal Blvd - Orlando, FL

To reserve your room now, 
click here for online reservations
or call 866-996-9933
Reference when booking -
"Northeast Ag & Feed Alliance"



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2019 NEAFA Lobby Day
Feb
11
10:00 AM10:00

2019 NEAFA Lobby Day

Announcing: The 2019 NEAFA Lobby Day

Monday, February 11, 2019
10:00 am – 3:00 pm


Government is run by those who show up!  We need you to be part of the team in Albany on February 11, 2019 to advocate for:

  • PRO-DAIRY

  • FarmNet

  • IPM

  • Ag Nonpoint Source Funding

  •  FFA

  • Farm Viability Institute

  • Farm Labor Specialist


There is new leadership in both the Assembly and Senate which makes our advocacy work even more important. 

  • The State Senate is controlled by the Democratic Caucus this year, yet only five members of this new majority represents Upstate NY.   

  • The Assembly Agriculture Committee has a new chair for the first time in over 15 years! 

  • The agriculture community must develop new relationships with the new leaders and you are invited to be part of this effort on February 11th.  

  • All the programs listed above are subject to a state budget appropriation.  Our voices must be heard to maintain support for these important programs.   


This event is free! All you need to do is register to be part of the February 11, 2019 Lobby Day is click here.  

The NEAFA Lobby Day is separate from our Annual Meeting this year because we will be in Florida, March 3-6 at the Rosen Shingle Creek Resort for the 2019 Annual Meeting and Forum.  Click here for more annual meeting information.

Questions? Contact Rick Zimmerman at (518) 426-0214 or rzimmerman@zga-llc.com

Thanks,

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Rick Zimmerman
Executive Director

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Golf for Good Works
Jun
28
to Jun 29

Golf for Good Works

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Once again, we are returning to Turning Stone’s Shenendoah Golf Course! Shenendoah offers 18 holes of PGA-level golf in a spectacular natural setting. The course was designed, constructed and maintained to Tour standards at more than 7,000 yards, the course offers conditions normally reserved for Tour professionals. In 2006, Turning Stone Resort’s Shenendoah Golf Club was host of the PGA National Club Professional Championship. 2016 Golfweek - Best Casino Courses 2016 Golf Digest - Editors’ Choice Award 2016 Golf Magazine - Gold Medal.

Proceeds from this event will go to support agricultural outreach and education programs. Last year we supported the Northeast Regional Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge, the New York Agricultural Society Foundation, Future Farmers of America Foundation, NYS 4-H Foundation's Junior Dairy Leader Program, New York Animal Ag Coalition's Dairy Cow Birthing Center, and LEAD New York.

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Herd Health and Nutrition Conference
Apr
9
to Apr 10

Herd Health and Nutrition Conference

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Join other feed industry representatives, agriservice personnel, veterinarians, and dairy producers to increase your knowledge of current herd health and nutrition management techniques.

Registration questions? Contact PRO-DAIRY at (607) 255-4478 or dmconf@cornell.edu. 

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 Maine Dairy Seminar
Mar
20
9:00 AM09:00

Maine Dairy Seminar

Time: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Date: March 20, 2018

Location:  Elks Lodge in Waterville, ME
   
Topics and Speakers:

  • Does Raising a Successful Calf Begin with Mom? – Dr. Peter Erickson

  • Maine Dairy Farm Family of the Year Virtual Tour

  • No-till Corn and Cover Crops:

A panel discussion:

  • Robert Fogler - Sonyvale Farm

  • Perry Lilley - Lilley Farms

  • Penny Stevens - Wind Gate Farm

  • Rick Kersbergen - UMaine Extension

 

 


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New England Nutrition Conference
Mar
19
9:00 AM09:00

New England Nutrition Conference

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Connecticut Dairy Seminar

Time:  9:00 am – 3:15 pm

Location:  
Tolland Agricultural Center
24 Hyde Avenue
Vernon, CT 06066
   
Topics and Speakers:

  • Cashing in on Cow Comfort – Dr. Rick Grant
  • Effective Use of Culture-based Mastitis and Dry Cow Therapies to Improve Milk Quality - Dr. Amy Vasquez
  • Risk Management Program Updates - Joe Bonelli
  • Adoption to Environmental Influences on Forage Quality - Joe Lawrence

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Feb
6
to Feb 7

2018 Annual Meeting & Forum

Featuring:

  • Milk Marketing Panel
  • Feed Industry Outlook Panel
  • FSMA Update
  • Michele Payn
    Advocate, Farm Girl & Science Enthusiast
    Author:  Food Truths from Farm to Table
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Gold Sponsors:

Silver Sponsors:

  • Central New York Feeds, Inc.

  • Micronutrients

  • Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care

  • Novus International

  • Phileo Lesaffre Animal Care

  • Purina Animal Nutrition, LLC


Patron

  • A&K Agriservices, LLC

  • Ajinomoto Heartland, Inc.

  • Buhler, Inc.

  • Hoober Feeds

  • Pat O'Brien & Sons, Inc.

  • Phibro Animal Health Corporation

  • St. Albans Cooperative Creamery, Inc.

  • Trouw Nutrition, USA

    Bronze Sponsors:

    • Alfagreen Supreme

    • A.N. Martin Systems LLC

    • Balchem Corporation

    • Biozyme Inc.

    • Buffalo Molasses LLC

    • Cargill Animal Nutrition

    • Commodity Resource Corporation

    • Dow DuPont

    • Feed Components

    • Feed Ingredient Trading Corp.

    • Gannon Associates Insurance

    • Harbor Point Minerals

    • H.J. Baker & Bro., Inc.

    • Holtz Nelson Dairy Consultants, LLC

    • Lallemand Animal Nutrition

    • New England Millwrights, Inc.

    • Lutz Feed Company, Inc.

    • MarSyt, Inc.

    • Micron Bio-Systems, Inc.

    • Milk Specialties Global

    • Mosaic Feed Ingredients

    • NBT Bank N.A.

    • Nutra Blend

    • Ogdensburg Bridge & Port Authority

    • Pestell Minerals & Ingredients

    • Perdue AgriBusiness

    • Virtus Nutrition

    • Viterra, Inc.

    • Western New York Energy, LLC


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    Dec
    19
    6:30 AM06:30

    Feed Dealer Seminars

    Date: Dec 19

    Time: 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM

    Location: American Legion Post #27,  49 Wilson Road,  Middlebury VT

    Contacts:  Sue VanAmburgh – (518) 783-1322

    The Feed Dealer Seminars are specifically targeted for nutritionists, crop and management consultants, extension educators, and dairy producers with specific
    interest in nutrition-oriented topics. They are designed to blend the latest concepts in
    feeding and other management aspects of dairies with field level application. They have
    been conducted annually as a road show with multiple sites in New York for many years
    with an additional Vermont location held during the past several years in collaboration
    with the Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance.

    Locations: Held at 6 sites in New York and 1 in Vermont

    Speakers:

    • Tom Overton, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Management and Director, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Rob Lynch, DVM., Dairy Herd Health and Management Specialist, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Allison Kerwin, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
    • Sabrina Greenwood, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of Vermont (Vermont only)

    Topics:

    • Dealing with forage quality challenges
    • Research update – strategies to manage hypocalcemia
    • Antibiotics on the farm – VFD update and results from selective dry cow therapy trial
    • Updates on the bovine milk proteome (Vermont only)

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    Dec
    1
    6:30 AM06:30

    Feed Dealer Seminars

    Date: Dec 1

    Time: 10 AM to 2 PM

    Location: Cornell Cooperative Extension, Batavia NY

    Contacts:  Brittany – (315) 536-5123

    The Feed Dealer Seminars are specifically targeted for nutritionists, crop and management consultants, extension educators, and dairy producers with specific
    interest in nutrition-oriented topics. They are designed to blend the latest concepts in
    feeding and other management aspects of dairies with field level application. They have
    been conducted annually as a road show with multiple sites in New York for many years
    with an additional Vermont location held during the past several years in collaboration
    with the Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance.

    Locations: Held at 6 sites in New York and 1 in Vermont

    Speakers:

    • Tom Overton, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Management and Director, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Rob Lynch, DVM., Dairy Herd Health and Management Specialist, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Allison Kerwin, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
    • Sabrina Greenwood, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of Vermont (Vermont only)

    Topics:

    • Dealing with forage quality challenges
    • Research update – strategies to manage hypocalcemia
    • Antibiotics on the farm – VFD update and results from selective dry cow therapy trial
    • Updates on the bovine milk proteome (Vermont only)

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    Nov
    30
    6:30 AM06:30

    Feed Dealer Seminars

    Time: Noon to 3 PM

    Location: Ramada Inn, Watertown NY

    Contacts:     Ron Kuck or Tatum Langworthy – (315) 788-8450

    The Feed Dealer Seminars are specifically targeted for nutritionists, crop and management consultants, extension educators, and dairy producers with specific
    interest in nutrition-oriented topics. They are designed to blend the latest concepts in
    feeding and other management aspects of dairies with field level application. They have
    been conducted annually as a road show with multiple sites in New York for many years
    with an additional Vermont location held during the past several years in collaboration
    with the Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance.

    Locations: Held at 6 sites in New York and 1 in Vermont

    Speakers:

    • Tom Overton, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Management and Director, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Rob Lynch, DVM., Dairy Herd Health and Management Specialist, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Allison Kerwin, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
    • Sabrina Greenwood, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of Vermont (Vermont only)

    Topics:

    • Dealing with forage quality challenges
    • Research update – strategies to manage hypocalcemia
    • Antibiotics on the farm – VFD update and results from selective dry cow therapy trial
    • Updates on the bovine milk proteome (Vermont only)

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    Nov
    30
    6:30 AM06:30

    Feed Dealer Seminars

    Date: Nov 30

    Time: 6 PM to 9 PM

    Location: Chamber of Commerce, 37 Church St., Cortland, NY

    Contacts:      Betsy Hicks (607) 391-2673

    The Feed Dealer Seminars are specifically targeted for nutritionists, crop and management consultants, extension educators, and dairy producers with specific
    interest in nutrition-oriented topics. They are designed to blend the latest concepts in
    feeding and other management aspects of dairies with field level application. They have
    been conducted annually as a road show with multiple sites in New York for many years
    with an additional Vermont location held during the past several years in collaboration
    with the Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance.

    Locations: Held at 6 sites in New York and 1 in Vermont

    Speakers:

    • Tom Overton, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Management and Director, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Rob Lynch, DVM., Dairy Herd Health and Management Specialist, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Allison Kerwin, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
    • Sabrina Greenwood, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of Vermont (Vermont only)

    Topics:

    • Dealing with forage quality challenges
    • Research update – strategies to manage hypocalcemia
    • Antibiotics on the farm – VFD update and results from selective dry cow therapy trial
    • Updates on the bovine milk proteome (Vermont only)

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    Nov
    29
    6:30 AM06:30

    Feed Dealer Seminars

    Date: Nov 29

    Time: 6 PM to 9 PM

    Location: Miner Institute, Chazy NY

    Contacts:    Wanda Emerich –(518) 846-7121 ext 117 & 
    Sara Bull –(518) 561-7450

    The Feed Dealer Seminars are specifically targeted for nutritionists, crop and management consultants, extension educators, and dairy producers with specific
    interest in nutrition-oriented topics. They are designed to blend the latest concepts in
    feeding and other management aspects of dairies with field level application. They have
    been conducted annually as a road show with multiple sites in New York for many years
    with an additional Vermont location held during the past several years in collaboration
    with the Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance.

    Locations: Held at 6 sites in New York and 1 in Vermont

    Speakers:

    • Tom Overton, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Management and Director, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Rob Lynch, DVM., Dairy Herd Health and Management Specialist, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Allison Kerwin, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
    • Sabrina Greenwood, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of Vermont (Vermont only)

    Topics:

    • Dealing with forage quality challenges
    • Research update – strategies to manage hypocalcemia
    • Antibiotics on the farm – VFD update and results from selective dry cow therapy trial
    • Updates on the bovine milk proteome (Vermont only)

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    Nov
    28
    6:30 AM06:30

    Feed Dealer Seminars

    Date: Nov 28

    Time: 8 AM to 11 AM

    Location: Holiday Inn, Oneonta NY

    Contacts:  Paul Cerosaletti or April Lucas – (607) 865-7090

    The Feed Dealer Seminars are specifically targeted for nutritionists, veterinarians, crop
    and management consultants, extension educators, and dairy producers with specific
    interest in nutrition-oriented topics. They are designed to blend the latest concepts in
    feeding and other management aspects of dairies with field level application. They have
    been conducted annually as a road show with multiple sites in New York for many years
    with an additional Vermont location held during the past several years in collaboration
    with the Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance.

    Locations: Held at 6 sites in New York and 1 in Vermont

    Speakers:

    • Tom Overton, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Management and Director, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Rob Lynch, DVM., Dairy Herd Health and Management Specialist, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Allison Kerwin, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
    • Sabrina Greenwood, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of Vermont (Vermont only)

    Topics:

    • Dealing with forage quality challenges
    • Research update – strategies to manage hypocalcemia
    • Antibiotics on the farm – VFD update and results from selective dry cow therapy trial
    • Updates on the bovine milk proteome (Vermont only)

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    Nov
    28
    6:30 AM06:30

    Feed Dealer Seminars

    Date: Nov 28

    Time: 6 PM to 9 PM

    Location: Cornell Cooperative Extension Office, Ballston Spa NY

    Contacts:   Dave Balbian – (518) 312-3592

    The Feed Dealer Seminars are specifically targeted for nutritionists, veterinarians, crop
    and management consultants, extension educators, and dairy producers with specific
    interest in nutrition-oriented topics. They are designed to blend the latest concepts in
    feeding and other management aspects of dairies with field level application. They have
    been conducted annually as a road show with multiple sites in New York for many years
    with an additional Vermont location held during the past several years in collaboration
    with the Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance.

    Locations: Held at 6 sites in New York and 1 in Vermont

    Speakers:

    • Tom Overton, Ph.D., Professor of Dairy Management and Director, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Rob Lynch, DVM., Dairy Herd Health and Management Specialist, PRO-DAIRY
    • program, Cornell University
    • Allison Kerwin, Ph.D. Candidate, Department of Animal Science, Cornell University
    • Sabrina Greenwood, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, University of Vermont (Vermont only)

    Topics:

    • Dealing with forage quality challenges
    • Research update – strategies to manage hypocalcemia
    • Antibiotics on the farm – VFD update and results from selective dry cow therapy trial
    • Updates on the bovine milk proteome (Vermont only)

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    Feb
    7
    to Feb 8

    NEAFA Annual Meeting

    NEAFA 2017 Annual Meeting and Forum




    Platinum Level:


    Gold Level:


    Bronze Level:

    • A.N. Martin Systems, LLC
    • Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition
    • Balchem Corporation
    • Buffalo Molasses
    • Cargill Animal Nutrition
    • Chr. Hansen, Inc.
    • DOW AgroSciences, LLC
    • Feed Components
    • Feed Ingredient Trading Corp.
    • Gannon Associates
    • Harbor Point Minerals
    • H.J. Baker, Inc.
    • Holtz-Nelson Dairy Consultants, LLC
    • MarSyt, Inc.
    • Mosaic Feed Ingredients
    • New England Millwrights, Inc
    • New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets
    • Ogdensburg Bridge & Port Authority
    • Perdue AgriBusiness
    • Pestell Minerals & Ingredients
    • Phibro Animal Health Corp.
    • Poulin Grain
    • Virtus Nutrition, LLC
    • Western New York Energy, LLC

    Silver Level:

    • Central New York Feeds, Inc
    • CoBank
    • Commodity Resource Corporation
    • Co-operative Feed Dealers, Inc.
    • Micronutrients
    • NBT Bank
    • Phileo-Lesaffre Animal Care
    • Zinpro

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    Nov
    15
    10:30 AM10:30

    NEAFA - Northeast Feed Dealers Seminar

     
     

    The Northeast Agribusiness and Feed Alliance,
    The Vermont Feed Dealers & Manufacturers Association and PRO-DAIRY

    Invite You To Attend ...

    A Feed and Nutrition Related Conference

    An Educational Program for Feed Industry Representatives

     
    November 15, 2016
    10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
      
    American Legion Post #27
    49 Wilson Road
    Middlebury, Vermont
     


    Who should attend?   

    • Dairy Producers
    • Consultants
    • Extension Educators
    • Nutritionists
    • Veterinarians 


    What should you expect?

    Dr. Tom Overton and Joe Lawrence will present insights into corn silage, forage quality and digestibility, health and feeding topics.  This meeting is a great opportunity to interact with the speakers as well as others in the industry. 

    Speakers:

    Tom Overton, Ph.D. - Professor of Dairy Management and Director
         PRO-DAIRY program, Cornell University
    Joe Lawrence, M.S. - Dairy Forage Systems Specialist
         PRO-DAIRY program, Cornell University
     

    Topics:

    • Forage quality and digestibility – What we can and can’t influence in the field
    • Feeding strategies based upon forage quality and availability
    • Cornell Corn Silage Hybrid Trials – A new look
    • Agronomic and feeding strategies for winter forage crops


    Time & Location Details:   

    10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. - Lunch Included
     
    American Legion Post #27
    49 Wilson Road
    Middlebury, Vermont
    1-802-388-9311
      

    Registration: 

    Please CLICK HERE for a registration form.  The form can be mailed, faxed or emailed back to us.  The pre-registration fee is $50.  Please register by November 10, 2016.  Onsite registration will be available at $75. Lunch and proceedings are included!

    More Details:

    For registration information, contact Sue VanAmburgh in the NEAFA office at 518-783-1322 or sue@nysta.org.
     
    For program information, contact Rick Zimmerman at 518-426-0214 or
    rzimmerman@zga-llc.com.

     
     

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