We welcomed 22 progressive Canadian dairy producers from five provinces to the first ever Canadian Dairy Manager School, held January 16-18 in Abbotsford, BC.

Participants from Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Ontario enhanced their knowledge on reproductive programs and implementation during the 2.5-day school. They joined Dr. Glaucio Lopes, AltaU Manager, Kevin Muxlow VP of Sales-Americas, and Dr. Paul Fricke, UW-Madison Department of Dairy Science to learn more about what’s new, what’s been improved, and what they can do best to take their farm’s reproductive management to the next level.

The class gained insight during sessions on reproductive fertility programs, data analysis, incorporating electronic activity monitors to manage health and repro, and marginal milk profitability.

An interactive visit to a large-scale robotic farm added to the already high-level discussions that attendees enjoyed inside the classroom.

See how you can take advantage of the Alta Dairy Manager School opportunities HERE.

Article submitted by Dr. Glaucio Lopes, AltaU Manager

Photo of Dr. Paul Fricke sharing insight and the latest research on reproductive management during Canada's January 2018 Alta Dairy Manager School
Dr. Paul Fricke shares insight and the latest research on reproductive management during Canada's January 2018 Alta Dairy Manager School
Photo of the Alta Dairy Manager School participants during a tour a robot facility as part of the 2.5-day class
Alta Dairy Manager School participants were able to tour a robot facility as part of the 2.5-day class