Tue, 09 Feb | Zoom

Fuelling Milk Production: Energy in the Dairy Cow

Discover how the dairy cow really gets energy from her feed. The main energy sources and organs used may be a surprise! Once we know how the cow extracts energy from her feed we will discuss ways to maximise how she can channel feed energy into milk and help make her more efficient.
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Fuelling Milk Production: Energy in the Dairy Cow

Time & Location

09 Feb, 19:30 – 21:00
Zoom

About the Event

Fuelling Milk Production: Energy in the Dairy Cow              

Discover how the dairy cow really gets energy from her feed. The main energy sources and organs used may be a surprise! Once we know how the cow extracts energy from her feed we will discuss ways to maximise how she can channel feed energy into milk and help make her more efficient.

Some of the topics included:

· The main pathway for energy production in the dairy cow

· Which organs are important and why

· What can we do to help every cow in the herd

· What can we do to give top cows the edge to milk more and stay fertile

· Experience with Tubropro energy booster at home and abroad

If you would like an information pack following the meeting, please enter your address during registration.

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Phil Ingram is the Ruminant Technical Manager for Cargill Animal Nutrition in the UK and Ireland.

Phil’s main responsibility is the application of new products and technologies to help benefit dairy, beef and sheep sectors.

A nutritionist by training, Phil has a special interest in mineral and vitamin nutrition for ruminants.

Prior to working for Cargill, Phil spent three years in Saudi Arabia working for Almarai – a vertically integrated food company which at that time had a herd of 35,000 milking cows.

Phil holds a Bachelor of Agriculture Degree and also a PhD in Animal Genetics – both from Queen’s University Belfast.

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