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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 12:00 AM
    The 2021 Grant County Dairy Breakfast will be held at Vosberg Colonial Acres (Mark and Renee Vosberg Family) at 1888 Bishop Lane Cuba City, Wisconsin. There will be a display from the Hazel Green Fire Department and the Hazel Green Area Rescue Squad plus live music and door prizes. WGLR will also be announcing the 2021 Farm Family of the Year. All ticket sales will be at the door. Ticket prices for those that are 11 and older will be $5. 10 and under will be free.
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Start Time: 10:00 AM
End Time: 1:00 PM
    Start by enjoying lunch with a So-Fine Grilled Cheese Meal at So-Fine Bovines  (W7560 Ember Ave. Westfield, Wisconsin 53964) and drive through Dairy Drive. Then continue on to enjoy a sundae at Sloweys Farm (N5339 County Road A Westfield, Wisconsin 53964) and check out the farm equipment and cows all while remaining in your vehicle. Food is served from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Please RSVP that you will be attending and include the number of meals to marquettecountyfarmbureau@gmail.com. This delicious dairy good day costs only $3 per person. Thank you to our sponsors & both farms, So-Fine Bovines & Slowey Farms. This will replace our traditional dairy breakfast this year.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 5:00 PM
Wisconsin will host the 2021 American Milking Shorthorn Society National Convention June 17-19 in Fork Atkinson, Wisconsin. The 100th annual meeting and convention will include farm tours, awards and presentations, and a cattle show and sale.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 5:00 PM
Wisconsin will host the 2021 American Milking Shorthorn Society National Convention June 17-19 in Fork Atkinson, Wisconsin. The 100th annual meeting and convention will include farm tours, awards and presentations, and a cattle show and sale.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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Start Time: Time to be determined
End Time: 5:00 PM
Wisconsin will host the 2021 American Milking Shorthorn Society National Convention June 17-19 in Fork Atkinson, Wisconsin. The 100th annual meeting and convention will include farm tours, awards and presentations, and a cattle show and sale.
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Start Time: 11:00 AM
End Time: 6:00 PM
Thirteen vendors, two bands and thousands of cheese curds headline this year’s Redhead Creamery Curd Fest, June 19. The third-annual “Curd Fest” planning is well underway at Jer-Lindy Farms and Redhead Creamery. “Curd Fest” celebrates the beloved cheese curd, with live music, food, drink and fun for all ages. Attendees can attend some or all of the event from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Jer-Lindy Farms/Redhead Creamery between Brooten and Sauk Centre, Minnesota.
    Curd Fest 2021 features two bands (2nd Notion and Timbre Junction), three breweries (Foxhole Brewhouse, Goat Ridge Brewing Co. and Minnewaska House Brewing Co.), three food trucks (Jupiter Moon Ice Cream, Minnewaska House Grill and South Meats North BBQ), two wineries (Grandview Valley Winery and Rolling Forks Vineyards) and at least five other vendors (Lucky’s Sauces, Milk Made Catering, Reality Roasters Coffee Company, Smude’s Sunflower Oil and Terroir Chocolate). Admission information is available at RedheadCreamery.com.
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Start Time: 1:00 PM
End Time: 5:00 PM
The 2021 Minnesota Dairy Health Conference will be presented online between May 6 and July 8. The conference is planned for veterinarians, industry professionals and consultants, and leading dairy producers. The registration is $55 per four-hour session or $187 when registering for all four afternoons. Registration will include follow-up electronic access to each speaker’s materials and recorded presentation. Continuing education credits are available for veterinarians who attend.
     The individual sessions will cover investigating disease and managing outbreaks in heifers (May 6); managing transition cows to optimize health and performance (May 27); making better mastitis control decisions and using less antibiotics (June 17); and adopting a systems approach to vaccination protocols (July 8).
     The University of Minnesota Extension and Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association are cosponsoring the session.
     Here are the specifics for each session:
     – May 6, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Practice Building Opportunities in Youngstock Management”
    – May 27, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Keeping Cows Healthy is the Key for Productivity”
    – June 17, 1-4:30 p.m. CDT, “Mastitis Treatment Best Practices”
    – July 8, 1-5 p.m. CDT, “Systems-Based Approach to Vaccine Considerations”
    More information is available on the conference website – dairyhealthconference.umn.edu
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