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

View Event →
Nov
15
10:30am10:30am

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.

 
 

View Event →