Presentations


A collection of presentations related to dairy farm management that complement decision support tools.

2021                    (Number of talks = 2 | Attendees = 300)
1 03/02 Is it profitable to use exclusively sexed and beef semen on dairy cows? UW-Madison Division of Extension Badger Dairy Insights 100 Attendees
2 02/16 The UW-Dairy Brain: A Continuous Data-Driven Decision-Making Engine. UW-Madison Division of Extension Badger Dairy Insights 200 Attendees
2020                    (Number of talks = 7 | Attendees = 1050)
3 11/8 The University of Wisconsin Dairy Brain: The future of dairy management decisions based on big data analytics. Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council. Keynote Speaker. 400 Attendees
4 08/12 DairyMGT.info decision making tools. UW-Ag Institute Monthly meeting. 30 Attendees
5 05/26 Dropping milking frequency from 3x to 2x. Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin Dairy Signal Series. 250 Attendees
6 05/06 UW-Madison Dairy Management decision-making tools that could support effective strategies to reduce milk production. Managing the surplus: Strategies for reducing milk production. UW-Madison Division of Extension. Dairy Program. 300 Attendees
7 04/08 Tools available for nutrition, dry cow, and culling strategies on dairy farms. UW-Center for Integrated Agricultural Systems. 20 Attendees
8 04/03 Economics and sustainability of using beef semen on dairy farms. UW-Madison Division of Extension. Dairy Group. 30 Attendees
9 02/13 Dairy Brain kick off meeting. The next big leap in dairy farm management using coordinated data ecosystems. De Pere, Brown Co., WI. 20 Attendees
2018                    (Number of talks = 5 | Attendees = 270)
10 10/01 Dairy farm decision making. Word Dairy Expo seminar series. Chilean group. Madison, WI. 20 Attendees
11 07/10 Is Premium Beef Program an Option forYour Dairy Farm? Wisconsin Farm Technology Days. Wood County, WI. 20 Attendees
12 03/14 Data up to your eyeballs. 2018 Professional Dairy Producers of Wisconsin Business Conference, Madison, WI. 100 Attendees
13 03/01 Economics of using Beef Semen on low genomic Holstein females. Cros-Bred Program. Abbotsford, WI. 30 Attendees
14 01/09 Premium beef programs: an option for your dairy farm? 2018 Cow College. Fox Valley Technical College, Clintonville, WI. 100 Attendees
2015                    (Number of talks = 3 | Attendees = 200)
15 07/22 Economic tools for dairy farm decision-making. Dairy Japan Magazine group in Madison. University of Wisconsin-Madison 10 Attendees
16 5/18 The Wisconsin dairy farm industry. University of Wisconsin Idea Seminar. 40 Attendees
17 01/06-01/26 Management tools to increase dairy cow feed efficiency. Seven locations. Wisconsin Feed Efficiency Workshops 2015. 150 Attendees
2014                    (Number of talks = 1 | Attendees = 16)
18 02/27 Dairy management tools. Central Wisconsin Dairy Series. Elroy, WI. 16 Attendees
2013                    (Number of talks = 5 | Attendees = 0)
19 8/16 Heifer pregnancy rate. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 13 Attendees
20 8/13 Results of organic dairy economic survey. University of Wisconsin Organic Agriculture Field Day. Arlington, WI. 60 Attendees
21 6/26 Grouping strategies for feeding lactating dairy cattle. Farm Business and Production Management instructors at the WAAE summer conference. Green Bay, WI. 18 Attendees
22 6/21 FeedVal 2012: Pricing dairy feed ingredients, an update. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 12 Attendees
23 1/23 FeedVal 2012: An online decision tool to interactively estimate market value of dairy feed ingredients. 2013 Midwest Forage Association Symposium. Wisconsin Dells, WI. 40 Attendees
2012                    (Number of talks = 12 | Attendees = 545)
24 12/11-12/12 Dairy management tools. Center for Dairy Profitability/Wisconsin Farm Service Agency. AgFA/FSA Trainings, WI, 2 locations: Menomonie and Stevens Point. 40 Attendees
25 11/16 FeedVal 2012 discussion. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Wisline & Go-To-Webinar. Madison, WI. 20 Attendees
26 11/1 FeedVal 2012. 2012 Quality Milk Council Farm Barn Meeting. Bruce and Brenda Long Farm, New London, WI. 16 Attendees
27 9/25-9/26 Move, Keep, or Cull Her: Tool for Culling Decisions. PDPW Feed & Nutrition Conference: Decision, Alternatives, Strategies, WI. 2 Locations: Stevens Point and Madison. 82 Attendees
28 8/21 Reproductive decision-making tools. Accelerated Genetics update for field representative personnel. Baraboo, WI. 8 Attendees
29 8/14 Feeding strategies for challenging times: FeedVal 2012 and valuation of drought stressed corn silage. UW-Extension, WI. 2 locations: Millhome and Kaukauna. 40 Attendees
30 6/15 FeedVal 2012: A tool to estimate the real value of dairy feed ingredients. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 25 Attendees
31 4/24 The economic value of a dairy cow. Wisconsin Department of Agriculture Trade and Consumer Protection Monthly Dairy Meeting. Madison, WI. 22 Attendees
32 2/15 Economic grouping strategies for feeding lactating dairy cattle and tweaking your reproductive programs for improved profit. Farm business and production management: Large dairy producer forum. Barron, WI. 14 Attendees
33 1/17-2/21 The economic value of improving reproductive efficiency. Repro Money Road Show, WI. 11 locations: Gillet, Shawano, Barron, Vernon, Portage, Footbridge, Seymour, Hixton, Stratford, Waldo, and Fond Du Lac. 238 Attendees
34 10/08 Economics of reproductive programs. Madison, WI. Attendees from Bulgaria. 10 Attendees
35 10/03 Economic value of a dairy cow, value of a pregnancy, and cost of a pregnancy loss. Madison, WI. Attendees from Brazil. 30 Attendees
2011                    (Number of talks = 12 | Attendees = 707)
36 12/8 Grouping strategies for feeding lactating dairy cattle. UW-Arlington Dairy Day. Arlington, WI. 140 Attendees
37 10/27 Grouping strategies for feeding lactating dairy cattle. UW-Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources. Wisconsin Dells, WI. 40 Attendees
38 10/26 Successful USDA NIFA AFRI Grants. UW-Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources. Wisconsin Dells, WI. 30 Attendees
39 8/19 Grouping strategies for feeding lactating dairy cattle. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 15 Attendees
40 5/25 Economics of reproduction on dairy cattle. UW-Extension Eastern District Repro Money training. Cleveland, WI. 10 Attendees
41 4/8 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Grand Cheese company headquarters meeting. Madison, WI. 10 Attendees
42 3/29 Economics of reproduction in dairy cattle. Complete feed service, new ideas in rations and management. Elkhorn, WI. 25 Attendees
43 3/8 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Prairie States Genetics meeting. Madison, WI. 10 Attendees
44 2/14 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Outlook Webinar Series. Madison, WI 150 Attendees
45 1/28 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Lakeshore Technical College Progressive Operators Dairy Nutrition. Cleveland, WI. 90 Attendees
46 1/20 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Outlook Webinar Series. Madison, WI 150 Attendees
47 1/19 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Clark County Webinar. Madison, WI 37 Attendees
2010                    (Number of talks = 24 | Attendees = 652)
48 12/14 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Outlook Webinar Series. Madison, WI 100 Attendees
49 12/8 Economics of reproductive programs in dairy cattle. UW-Arlington Dairy Day. Arlington, WI. 25 Attendees
50 12/2 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Southwest Technical College meeting. Dodgeville, WI. 15 Attendees
51 11/17 Economics of reproductive programs in dairy cattle. Eastern District meeting. Green Bay, WI. 8 Attendees
52 11/16 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Outlook Webinar Series. Madison, WI 50 Attendees
53 10/26 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Outlook Webinar Series. Madison, WI 25 Attendees
54 10/20 The Wisconsin Dairy Ratio Benchmark tool. All UW-Extension Annual meeting. Madison, WI. 22 Attendees
55 9/21 Organic and grazing farmers survey training. Training to DATCP, WASS enumerators. Richland, WI. 16 Attendees
56 9/21 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Outlook Webinar Series. Madison, WI 25 Attendees
57 9/20 Organic and grazing farmers survey training. Training to DATCP, WASS enumerators. Richland, WI. 15 Attendees
58 9/16 The Wisconsin Dairy Ratio Benchmark, the Expansion, and LGM-Dairy tools. Fox Valley and Lakeshore financial annual meeting. Manitowoc, WI. 20 Attendees
59 8/24 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Outlook Webinar Series. Madison, WI 15 Attendees
60 8/11 The Wisconsin Dairy Management Tools. Center for Dairy Profitability Bootcamp. Wisconsin Dells, WI. 30 Attendees
61 8/11 The Wisconsin Dairy Ratio Benchmark tool. Center for Dairy Profitability Bootcamp. Wisconsin Dells, WI. 30 Attendees
62 7/27 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Outlook Webinar Series Madison, WI 10 Attendees
63 6/16 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy least cost contracts. Fox Valley Technical College meeting. Clintonville, WI. 30 Attendees
64 4/30 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy least cost contracts. Lenders farm management meeting. Kimberly, WI. 50 Attendees
65 3/17 The Wisconsin Dairy Ratio Benchmark tool. North Central Risk Management and Education Center, Annie's Project. Tomah, WI. 8 Attendees
66 3/17 Decision Support System for Dairy Expansion and Modernization. North Central Risk Management and Education Center, Annie's Project. Tomah, WI. 8 Attendees
67 3/5 The Wisconsin Dairy Ratio Benchmark tool. North Central Risk Management and Education Center, Heart of the Farm. Neenah, WI. 13 Attendees
68 2/19 Grazing feed supplementation. Grazing Conference. Wisconsin Rapids, WI. 40 Attendees
69 2/11 Wisconsin Dairy Management decision support systems. Dairy Optimists meeting. Prairie Du Sac, WI. 12 Attendees
70 1/12 Economics of using sexed semen. Cow College 2010. Clintonville, WI. 35 Attendees
71 1/8 Successful AFRI NIFA proposals. UW-Extension Agriculture and Natural Resource meeting. Madison, WI. 50 Attendees
2009                    (Number of talks = 20 | Attendees = 774)
72 12/4 Wisconsin Dairy Management decision support systems. Dairy meeting. Waldo, WI. 20 Attendees
73 8/20 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 30 Attendees
74 7/2 Income over feed cost and feed cost evaluator tools. Wisconsin vocational teachers annual meeting. Middleton, WI. 25 Attendees
75 6/16 Economics of reproductive programs. Larson Acres producer meeting. Evansville, WI. 60 Attendees
76 6/5 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Badgerland Financial workshop. Fond Du Lac, WI. 22 Attendees
77 4/27 Five Decision Support tools for dairy decision making. Flying farmers of Wisconsin. Madison, WI. 25 Attendees
78 3/16 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy full day workshop. North Central Risk Management and Education Center project. Taylor, WI. 8 Attendees
79 3/15 Five Decision Support tools for dairy decision making. Center for Dairy Profitability bootcamp. Marshfield, WI. 20 Attendees
80 3/13 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy full day workshop. North Central Risk Management and Education Center project. Brillion, WI. 7 Attendees
81 3/11 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy full day workshop. North Central Risk Management and Education Center project. Green Bay, WI. 13 Attendees
82 3/6 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy full day workshop. North Central Risk Management and Education Center project. Madison, WI. 13 Attendees
83 3/6 Price risk management. North Central Risk Management and Education Center, Heart of the Farm. Oshkosh, WI. 9 Attendees
84 3/3 Price risk management. Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation meeting. Madison, WI. 21 Attendees
85 3/3 USDA Agriculture and Food Research Initiative Integrated Programs. UW-Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources meeting. Madison, WI. 45 Attendees
86 2/20 The income over feed supplement cost tool. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 15 Attendees
87 2/11 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy full day workshop. North Central Risk Management and Education Center project. Platteville, WI. 5 Attendees
88 2/3 Dairy price risk management with Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Milk quality conference. Madison, WI. 150 Attendees
89 1/19 The income over feed supplement cost tool. VitaPlus meeting. Madison, WI. 9 Attendees
90 1/6- 1/16 Price risk management in dairy farming by using the Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy insurance. UW-Extension Road Show, WI. 13 locations: Suring, Casco, Stratford, Plover, Eau Claire, Rice Lake, Amery, Spring Valley, Antigo, Owen, Gilman, Melrose, Spring Green. 235 Attendees
91 1/5 The income over feed supplement cost and LGM-Dairy tools. Cow College. Waupaka, WI. 42 Attendees
2008                    (Number of talks = 14 | Attendees = 425)
92 12/19 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 15 Attendees
93 12/12 Feed efficiency in dairy cattle. Dairy Herd Management and Health Clinic, WI. 2 locations: Bargo and Arcadia. 42 Attendees
94 12/11 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Clark County meeting. Loyal, WI. 30 Attendees
95 12/10 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. UW-Arlington Dairy Day. Arlington, WI. 25 Attendees
96 12/10 Feed efficiency in dairy cattle. UW-Arlington Dairy Day. Arlington, WI. 120 Attendees
97 12/2 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. AgriServe meeting. Madison, WI. 17 Attendees
98 11/20 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Progressive Dairy Producers of Wisconsin, Production Management Symposium. Appleton, WI. 23 Attendees
99 10/16 Corn substitution in dairy cattle diets. UW-Extension Agriculture and Natural Resources. Wisconsin Dells, WI. 10 Attendees
100 9/19 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 15 Attendees
101 9/12 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Farm Management Update Seminar. Kimberly, WI. 50 Attendees
102 8/28 Corn substitution in dairy cattle diets. UW-Extension Agricultural Prices Special Conference. Wisconsin Dells, WI. 40 Attendees
103 6/25 Financial decision-making. Farm Management Meeting. Valders, WI. 14 Attendees
104 6/20 Corn substitution in dairy cattle diets. UW-Extension, Agricultural and Natural Resources, Dairy Team monthly Wisline. Madison, WI. 20 Attendees
105 6/13 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Eastern District Meeting. Appleton, WI. 4 Attendees
2021                  (Number of talks = 7 | Attendees = 1085)
1 11/4 Decision making on sexed semen, beef semen, and replacement right sizing. Western Dairy Management Conference. November 2-4, 2021. Reno, Nevada. 300 Attendees
2 09/25 The Dairy Brain concept: Integrating dairy farm data streams for improving decision making. Academy of Dairy Veterinary Consultants. September 24-25, Albuquerque, New Mexico. 25 Attendees
3 09/23 Nutritional strategies with decision support tools and the DairyBrain project. 82nd Minnesota Nutrition Conference, September 22-23, 2021, Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center, Mankato, MN. 150 Attendees
4 09/22 The Dairy Brain project: Data Integration and Dairy Welfare. Dairy Cattle Welfare Council Webinar Series. 200 Attendees
5 08/05 The Dairy Brain project: From data to insights. Jefo Nutrition Inc. peer group meetings. 10 Attendees
6 02/17 The economic impact of reproductive efficiency. Fatty Acid Forum, Virtus Nutrition. 200 Attendees
7 01/20 Managing metrics to increase dairy sustainability. DBA Dairy Strong Conference-Sustainability and Stewardship. 200 Attendees
2020                  (Number of talks = 5 | Attendees = 2200)
8 12/22 Data and technologies on dairy farms. Pharm Robotics conversation. California. 200 Attendees
9 12/17 Beef on Dairy. Bovinews Webinar. US national broadcast. 100 Attendees
10 09/14 The Dairy Brain project: From data to insights. Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Virtual Conference. 400 Attendees
11 07/17 How to breed dairy cows for profitability. Farm Journal Meeting. US national broadcast, 200 Attendees
12 03/05 Economics and sustainability of beef semen use on dairy farms. 2020 Dairy Producers Meeting - Shady Maple Banquet and Conference Center, East Earl, Pennsylvania. 1,300 Attendees
2019                  (Number of talks = 8 | Attendees = 885)
13 12/3 Dairy management. 434 Dairy Herd Management, Animal Science, Iowa State University. One-hour webinar. 45 Attendees
14 11/14 Beef x Dairy: Fad or sustainable future? Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Meeting, Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. 300 Attendees
15 11/12 Maximizing income over feed costs. Increasing profitability series. Webinar Nebraska Extension Service. 30 Attendees
16 3/27 Developing a Dairy Brain. Central Plains Dairy Expo, Sioux Falls, South Dakota. 40 Attendees
17 3/6 Model based dairy management decision making tools. Agri-King 2019 Progressive Dairy Forum, Del Curley Conference Center, Fulton, Illinois. 40 Attendees
18 2/27 Economics of beef semen on dairy cattle. Western Dairy Management Conference, Reno, Nevada. 300 Attendees
19 1/23 Developing a Virtual Dairy Farm Brain. Spring 2019 Seminars open to the Cornell Community. Ithaca, New York. 50 Attendees
20 1/22 Developing a Virtual Dairy Farm Brain. 2019 Operations Managers Conference. Cornell Pro-DAIRY Program, Syracuse, New York. 80 Attendees
2018                  (Number of talks = 1 | Attendees = 400)
21 02/06 What are the economic advantages of grouping and feeding dairy cows by nutritional need? Proceedings of 29th Annual Florida Ruminant Nutrition Symposium. Gainesville, FL. 400 Attendees
2017                  (Number of talks = 7 | Attendees = 1435)
22 11/09 Breeding decision dilemma: What type of semen should I use? Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Convention. Reno, NV. 100 Attendees
23 11/08 Capitalizing on improved fertility: What are my options? Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Convention. Reno, NV. Preconference seminar 300 Attendees
24 10/14 Economics of dairy cattle improved fertility programs. VI National and I International Congress of Turkish Society of Veterinary Gynecology. Marmaris, Turkey 300 Attendees
25 07/18 Nutritional considerations in robotic herds. Dairy Robotics Workshop. University of Nebraska Extension. Plainview, NE. 120 Attendees
26 06/14 Feeding strategies and economic returns in robotic milking systems. Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference. Dubuque, IA. 300 Attendees
27 05/24 Economics of nutritional grouping. Lely North America FMS Conference. Fair Oaks Farms, IN. 300 Attendees
28 04/10 Critical aspects to improve dairy farm feed efficiency. Parnell meeting. Kansas City, MO. 15 Attendees
2016                  (Number of talks = 2 | Attendees = 450)
29 07/13 Importance and use of data to evaluate reproduction economics. 2016 Parnell Forum - The Power of Data. Napa Valley, California. 50 Attendees
30 04/18-04/20 Impact of nutritional grouping on the economics of dairy production efficiency. Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference. Grand Wayne Center, Fort Wayne, Indiana. 400 Attendees
2015                  (Number of talks = 2 | Attendees = 170)
31 11/13 Tools for making economic reproductive decisions. Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Convention. Buffalo, NY. 150 Attendees
32 05/08 Decision support tool for genomic testing of calves. Four-State Planning Meeting. Dubuque, IA. 20 Attendees
2013                  (Number of talks = 2 | Attendees = 0)
33 1/2-3/14 The economic value of a dairy cow, the value of a pregnancy, the cost of a pregnancy lost and their relationship with reproduction performance. 2013 Repro Money Road Show Series: Reproducing Profitability, WI, 14 locations: Sauk, Columbia, Barron, Dunn/Chippewa, Polk, St. Croix, Trempealeau, Jackson, Fond du Lac, Sheboygan, Brown, Kewaunee, Iowa, Grant. 292 Attendees
34 04/08 Economic analysis tools for dairy reproduction programs. DAIRxNET Webinar. 16 Attendees
2012                  (Number of talks = 8 | Attendees = 433)
35 10/31 Dairy feed values, options and decision-making tools. 26th Annual Tri-State Agricultural Lender's Seminar. Dubuque, IA. 140 Attendees
36 6/13 Grouping strategies for feeding lactating dairy cattle. Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference. Dubuque, IA. 2 times. 130 Attendees
37 5/4- 5/2 Evaluation of using male and female sexed semen in dairy cattle. CRI-Genex Cooperative, Inc. Meeting. TX. 2 locations: Stephenville, Muleshoe. 34 Attendees
38 2/1 The integrated farm system model. Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering. University of Florida. Gainesville, FL. 25 Attendees
39 1/31 Modeling dairy farm livelihoods. Outstanding Alumni Award, School of Natural Resources and Environment, University of Florida. Gainesville, FL. 40 Attendees
40 8/23 Economic value of a dairy cow. Madison, WI. Attendees from Czech Republic. 8 Attendees
41 8/17 Cash flow for a farm business enterprise. CRSP Hort USAID. Madison, WI. Attendees from Central America. 28 Attendees
42 8/17 Balance of income and expenses for a farm business enterprise. CRSP Hort USAID. Madison, WI. Attendees from Central America. 28 Attendees
2011                  (Number of talks = 9 | Attendees = 635)
43 11/11 Economics of resynchronization with chemical test to identify non-pregnant cows. Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Meeting. Kansas City, MO. 60 Attendees
44 9/1 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Crop Insurance Industry Workshop Webinar. Bowie, MA. 30 Attendees
45 7/12 The need for applied research and decision support tools in dairy farm management and decision-making. American Dairy Science Association Foundation Lecture. New Orleans, LA. 100 Attendees
46 5/11 The value of heat detection combined with synchronization reproductive programs. American Dairy Science Association 21st Discover Conference. Itasca, IL. 150 Attendees
47 5/10 The economic value of improving the 21-day pregnancy rate in dairy cattle. American Dairy Science Association 21st Discover Conference. Itasca, IL. 150 Attendees
48 5/6 Dairy reproductive economic analysis. Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference Planning Meeting. Dubuque, IA. 25 Attendees
49 11/25 Economics of dairy reproduction. USAID Farmer-to-Farmer program. Camoapa, Nicaragua 50 Attendees
50 11/25 Benchmarking income over feed cost in dairy farms. USAID Farmer-to-Farmer program. Camoapa, Nicaragua 50 Attendees
51 11/25 The farm business plan. Seeds of Hope meeting. Granada, Nicaragua. 20 Attendees
2010                  (Number of talks = 8 | Attendees = 548)
52 11/12 Reproduction economics in dairy cattle. Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Meeting. St. Paul, MN. 300 Attendees
53 11/9 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Tri-State Ag Lenders meeting. Dubuque, IA. 100 Attendees
54 6/10 The dairy feed cost evaluator database tool. Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference. Dubuque, IA. 2 times. 50 Attendees
55 4/27 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy least cost tool. Pennsylvania State University Webinar. Harrisburg, PA. 20 Attendees
56 2/5 Optimizing income over supplement cost. Ohio Dairy Health and Management Certificate Program: Module 5 Dairy Cattle Economics. Columbus, OH. 17 Attendees
57 2/5 Value of sexed semen. Ohio Dairy Health and Management Certificate Program: Module 5 Dairy Cattle Economics. Columbus, OH. 17 Attendees
58 2/5 Economic analysis of switching milking frequency. Ohio Dairy Health and Management Certificate Program: Module 5 Dairy Cattle Economics. Columbus, OH. 17 Attendees
59 2/2 Dairy management tools. South East Climate Consortium meeting. Gainesville, FL. 27 Attendees
2009                  (Number of talks = 5 | Attendees = 500)
60 11/20-11/13 The value of sexed semen reproductive programs. Dairy Cattle Reproduction Council Annual Meeting. 2 locations: Boise, ID; St. Paul, MN. 250 Attendees
61 6/26 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Washington State webinar. Seattle, WA. 50 Attendees
62 6/11 Income over feed supplement cost decision support tool. Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Conference. Dubuque, IA. 2 times. 70 Attendees
63 5/27 Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Greenstone Farm Credit meeting. Lansing, MI. 60 Attendees
64 3/8 Price risk management using Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. Dairy Policy Conference. Rochester, MN. 70 Attendees
2008                  (Number of talks = 1 | Attendees = 6)
65 6/13 Profit Opportunity Analyzer. Four-State Dairy Nutrition and Management Post - Conference. Dubuque, IA. 6 Attendees
2021                    (Number of talks = 8 | Attendees = 10400)
1 06/07 Dairy culling principles and its application to mastitis cases. Ingelheim Animal Health (Shanghai, China) Virtual Forum. 2500 Attendees
2 05/07 Economics of using beef semen on dairy herds. VES-Artex Academy Webinar. 400 Attendees
3 04/28 Economics of replacement decisions. Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health (Shanghai, China) Training Program. 2000 Attendees
4 04/28 Reproduction economics in dairy farming. Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health (Shanghai, China) Training Program. 2000 Attendees
5 04/28 Tools to improve dairy profitability. Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health (Shanghai, China) Training Program. 2000 Attendees
6 03/29 Costo de los abortos en ganado lechero. MSD Salud Animal Video Conference. Mexico. 500 Attendees
7 03/17 Controlling milk income over feed cost for enhanced profitability. ANEMBE, Spain. 500 Attendees
8 02/22 Economics of robotic milking herds. Program of education of Maccarese, Italy. 500 Attendees
2020                    (Number of talks = 7 | Attendees = 11031)
9 9/30-12/5 Decision analysis on dairy farms. 4 1-hour conversations with China's Boehringer professionals. Virtual. 16 Attendees
10 12/3 The economic impact of reproductive efficiency. XXXIV Annual Meeting of the Brazilian Society of Embryo Technology. 500 Attendees
11 12/3 FeedVal: Economic evaluation of feeds for dairy cattle. Global International Conference Smart Farming Chile. 350 Attendees
12 12/1 Somatic cell count and the value of the bulk tank milk. Four-day seminar to industry people in China. 5 Attendees
13 11/19 Smart Dairy Farming: The vision of the University of Wisconsin Dairy Brain. Smart Dairy Farming Meeting. Participants from China. 60 Attendees
14 08/07 Tools for decision making on dairy farms. Encuentro Anual de Medicina Veterinaria. Escuela de Medicina Veterinaria, Universidad Nacional Agraria de Costa Rica. 100 Attendees
15 04/21- 5/12 Dairy farm decision support tools. Dairy Farm Institute Webinar Series (3 talks). Harbin, China. 10,000 Attendees
2019                    (Number of talks = 12 | Attendees = 1222)
16 12/17 Decision making and data utilization on dairy farms. Produktivitat in Milchviehherden steigern. One-day seminar. Rotenburg, Germany. 120 Attendees
17 12/11-12/13 Dairy management decision support tools. Three-day workshop. Herdenmanagement GmbH, Hofheim, Germany. 30 Attendees
18 12/10 Decision support tools and data integration on dairy farms. Geld verdienen gesunden kuhen, Hofheim, Germany. 150 Attendees
19 11/21-11/23 DairyMBA-economic decisions on dairy farms. Three-day workshop. FarmIN, Tomar, Portugal 35 Attendees
20 11/20 Applications for dairy farm management. Nova Agro Vouga Program, Aveiro, Portugal 250 Attendees
21 11/6 Data-driven decision-making on dairy farms. 19 Congreso Internacional de Medicos Veterinarios Zootecnistas Especialistas en Bovinos, Torreon, Mexico. 150 Attendees
22 8/5-8/9 Economics and decision-making in dairy. One-week Level 4 Curriculum Course, Dairy Farm Institute, Harbin, China. 35 Attendees
23 6/17-6/21 Herramientas para la toma de decisiones para manejo en tambos lecheros. Madison, Wisconsin (attendees from Argentina) 24 Attendees
24 5/20 Developing a Dairy Brain. Madison, Wisconsin. (attendees from Czech Republic) 8 Attendees
25 5/11 Desarrollando un cerebro lechero, integracion de datos en tiempo real. Toma de decisiones optimas. Expo Leche GILSA, Aguas Calientes, Mexico. 120 Attendees
26 3/16 Economics of sexed, conventional, and beef semen according to market condition. Allflex China conference: Monitoring the life cycle of the cow, ZhouZhuang, China. 150 Attendees
27 3/15 Developing a Dairy Brain: Real-time, data-integrated, data-driven, continuous modeling and decision-making engine. Allflex China conference: Monitoring the life cycle of the cow, ZhouZhuang, China. 150 Attendees
2018                    (Number of talks = 16 | Attendees = 1770)
28 12/17-12/21 Decision support tools in dairy farm management. Hohhot, Inner Mongolia, China. 25 Attendees
29 11/19 Dairy farm management and decision support in dairy farms in Wisconsin. Tunghai University, Taiwan. 100 Attendees
30 11/12-11/16 Dairy farm decision-making. Level 3 Dairy Farm Institute. Harbin, China. 25 Attendees
31 10/30 Nutritional grouping in Quebec farms. Symposium sur les bovins laitiers 2018. Drummondville, Canada. 400 Attendees
32 10/30 Nutritional grouping in Quebec farms. Symposium sur les bovins laitiers 2018. Drummondville, Canada. 400 Attendees
33 08/13 Decision support tools for dairy farm management. China Agricultural University, Beijing, China. 20 Attendees
34 08/06-08/10 Economics and decision-making in dairy. Level 4 Dairy Farm Institute. Harbin, China. 25 Attendees
35 07/04 A Dairy Farm Brain. International's Farm Systems Association. China, Greece. 50 Attendees
36 06/08 Prediction of mastitis onset. ANEMBE, Vigo, Spain. 100 Attendees
37 06/07 A Dairy Farm Brain. ANEMBE, Vigo, Spain. 200 Attendees
38 06/06 Dairy farm grouping strategies. ANEMBE, Vigo, Spain. 100 Attendees
39 06/05 Field fertility in Holstein bulls: Can type of breeding strategy (artificial insemination following estrus versus timed artificial insemination) alter service sire fertility? Sion-Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel. 25 Attendees
40 06/04 Helping dairy farmers to improve economic performance utilizing data-driving decision support tools. Sion-Israel, Tel Aviv, Israel. 60 Attendees
41 05/17 The dairy farm industry in Wisconsin. Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand. 40 Attendees
42 04/10 The economics of reproductive programs and fertility of cows in dairy herds. II. Bolcshazy Day. Budapest, Hungary. 150 Attendees
43 02/20 Dairy farm management in Wisconsin. Universidad de Caldas, Colombia. 50 Attendees
2017                    (Number of talks = 17 | Attendees = 2776)
44 12/19 Decision support tools for dairy farm decision-making. ILVO-Flanders Research Institute. Ghent, Belgium 18 Attendees
45 12/5 Decision-making in dairy farm management. Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Hangzhou, China 20 Attendees
46 11/30 Cost benefits of new technologies. Phibro Technical Seminar. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. 100 Attendees
47 10/30-11/03 International Course Nestle Dairy Farming Institute - Level 3 - Dairy farm economic decision making. Harbin, China. 50 Attendees
48 09/21-09/22 Workshop: Aspectos criticos para maximizar la rentabilidad de ganaderias lecheras. General Pico, Argentina. 30 Attendees
49 09/18 Workshop: Aspectos criticos para maximizar la rentabilidad de ganaderias lecheras. Villa Maria, Argentina. 70 Attendees
50 09/13 Strategic management options to maximize dairy farm profitability. Strategic Account Management Program. Kusadasi, Turkey. 60 Attendees
51 09/13 Economic impacts of mastitis. Strategic Account Management Program. Kusadasi, Turkey. 60 Attendees
52 08/7-08/11 International Graduate Study Course Nestle Dairy Farming Institute - Level 4. Advanced Dairy Herd Management. Harbin, China. 18 Attendees
53 08/01 Herramientas de soporte para la toma de decisiones practicas en el manejo de la ganaderia lechera. XL Reunion Cientifica Anual, Asociacion Peruana de Produccion Animal. Universidad Nacional Toribio Rodriguez de Mendoza, Chachapoyas, Peru. 400 Attendees
54 06/30 Aspectos criticos para maximizar la rentabilidad de ganaderias lecheras. Congreso CEBS, Tilajari San Carlos, Costa Rica. 500 Attendees
55 03/30 Kde su este moznosti redukcie nakladov na farmach dojnic? AgroBiznis 2017. Nitra, Slovakia 300 Attendees
56 03/28 Ekonomicka hodnota dojnice. Meeting of the Holstein Association of Slovakia. Nitra, Slovakia 200 Attendees
57 02/10 Reproductive economic management: tools and concepts. Cremona, Italy 100 Attendees
58 02/09 Il valore economico di una bovina da latte e le sue enormi implicazioni. Cirio Agricola Dairy Meeting, Caserta, Italy. 250 Attendees
59 02/08 Gestione di opportunita strategiche per massimizzare il profitto di un allevamento da latte. Cirio Agricola Dairy Meeting, Caserta, Italy. 300 Attendees
60 02/08 Strategie di alimentazione per ottimizzare efficienza alimentare e profittabilita. Cirio Agricola Dairy Meeting, Caserta, Italy. 300 Attendees
2016                    (Number of talks = 15 | Attendees = 1235)
61 11/18 Research and extension at 2015/2016 sabbatical in Spain - Webinar. 40 Attendees
62 11/7-11/11 International Course Nestle Dairy Farming Institute - Level 3 - Dairy farm economic decision making. Harbin, China. 20 Attendees
63 10/26 Workshop: Decision support tools for evaluating economics of reproductive programs. Wroclaw, Poland. 25 Attendees
64 10/25 Economics of fertility in high-yielding dairy cows. Dairy reproductive conference. October 25-26, 2016. Wroclaw, Poland. 100 Attendees
65 8/29-9/2 Helping dairy farmers to improve economic performance utilizing data-driven decision support system tools. 67th European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP). Belfast, U.K. 100 Attendees
66 8/1-6 International Graduate Study Course Nestle Dairy Farming Institute - Level 4. Advanced Dairy Herd Management. Harbin, China. 20 Attendees
67 06/14-06/16 The economic value of dairy cows. SK Farms. Bratislava, Slovakia. 10 Attendees
68 05/25-05/28 Fertility associated economic losses of farms. 4th Health Management & Symposium, Maritim Pine Beach Otel - Antalaya, Turkey. 400 Attendees
69 05/20 Economic value of dairy cows. Department of Cattle Breeding. Institute of Animal Science, Prague, Czech Republic. 150 Attendees
70 05/12 Rangos de rentabilidad en explotaciones pequenas y medianas de vacuno lechero en el noroeste de Espana durante el ano 2015. ANEMBE 2016, Santiago de Compostela, Spain. Spain. 50 Attendees
71 05/11 Interaccion entre la gestion reproductiva y la eficiencia economica: Herramienta Wisconsin-Cornell Dairy Repro. ANEMBE 2016 Seminario: Gestion de la reproduccion en granja: Uso e interpretacion de los datos reproductivos Santiago de Compostela, Spain. 70 Attendees
72 04/27-04/28 Mejora de la Rentabilidad lechera a traves de la recria. BLANCA from the Pyrenees, Spain. 40 Attendees
73 04/12-04/14 GIORNATA BUIATRICA Ottimizzazione dei costi economici attraverso la buona gestione veterinaria: Dry cow period, Reproduction, Value of a cow. Reggio Emilia, Italy. 120 Attendees
74 04/04-04/06 Efficiency improvement of dairy farms. BLANCA from the Pyrenees, Spain. April 04-06, 2016. 50 Attendees
75 02/16-02/17 Economic efficiency of dairy farms. BLANCA from the Pyrenees, Spain. February 16-17, 2016. 40 Attendees
2015                    (Number of talks = 15 | Attendees = 696)
76 11/30-12/04 International Course Nestle Dairy Farming Institute - Level 3 - Dairy farm economic decision making. Harbin, China. 20 Attendees
77 11/16 Critical aspects of profitability on dairy farms. Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona. 25 Attendees
78 10/30 Critical aspects to maximize profitability in dairy farming. Fiera Internazionale del Bovino da Latte. Cremona, Italy 100 Attendees
79 10/21 Wisconsin research advancement and vision for the future. IRTA, Torre Marimon, Barcelona, Spain. 15 Attendees
80 10/13-10/14 Economic evaluation of reproductive programs. Wisconsin Repro Workshop. Blanca from the Pyrenees. Lleida, Spain. 48 Attendees
81 10/8 The money you would gain by improving herd fertility. CEVA Herd Health Symposium. Carts Resort, North Cyprus. 100 Attendees
82 09/14-09/16 Workshop of dairy farm management tools. Rio Cuarto, Argentina. 72 Attendees
83 09/16 Dairy farm management tools. Consultant group. Rio Cuarto, Argentina. 30 Attendees
84 09/16 Dairy farm management tools. Teknal group. Rio Cuarto, Argentina. 30 Attendees
85 09/09 Losses of milk production in gradual dry off. CEVA - Blanca Workshop, Lleida, Spain. 48 Attendees
86 7/27-7/31 International Graduate Study Course Nestle Dairy Farming Institute - Level 4. Advanced Dairy Herd Management. Harbin, China. 20 Attendees
87 05/07 Dairy management tools. Brazilian group in Madison. University of Wisconsin-Madison 40 Attendees
88 04/16 Estrous Detection, Timed-AI or a combination. CEVA Training. Berlin, Germany. 15 April 2015. 50 Attendees
89 04/15 Economic value of improving reproductive performances. CEVA Training. Berlin, Germany. 15 April 2015. 50 Attendees
90 01/13-01/14 *Reproduction management and its economic value. Wisconsin University & Blanca Workshop. Practical High-Level Dairy Management. Blanca from the Pyrenees, Lleida, Spain. 48 Attendees
2014                    (Number of talks = 22 | Attendees = 2108)
91 11/19 Strategies to improve economic efficiency. Shur-Gain Dairy Seminar. Stratford, Canada. 120 Attendees
92 11/18 Strategies to improve economic efficiency. Shur-Gain Dairy Seminar for Veterinarians. Stratford, Canada. 20 Attendees
93 10/27 Decision support tools for dairy farm management. COCHRAN group from Mexico, Guatemala, and Trinidad & Tobago. University of Wisconsin-Madison. 6 Attendees
94 10/24 Dairy farm decision-making using DairyMGT.info tools. Farm La Querencia, Lurin, Lima, Peru. 12 Attendees
95 10/22 Dairy farm production systems. XXXVII Reunion Cientifica de la Asociacion Peruana de Produccion Animal - APPA. Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, Universidad Micaela Bastidas, Abancay, Peru. 200 Attendees
96 10/21 Selected group of decision support tools for dairy farm management. Seminario Internacional Innovacion en Reproduccion. Pre-Congreso XXXVII Reunion Cientifica de la Asociacion Peruana de Produccion Animal - APPA. Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, Universidad Micaela Bastidas, Abancay, Peru. 50 Attendees
97 10/21 Reproductive economic decisions. Seminario Internacional Innovacion en Reproduccion. Pre-Congreso XXXVII Reunion Cientifica de la Asociacion Peruana de Produccion Animal - APPA. Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, Universidad Micaela Bastidas, Abancay, Peru. 50 Attendees
98 09/09-09-11 Economic impacts of lameness. Putting values to the health and replacements in dairy farms. Universidad Tecnologica de Uruguay Technical Workshops. 3 locations: Colonia, Florida, San Jose. Uruguay. 40 Attendees
99 09/09-09/11 Economic impacts of reproductive affections. Putting values to the health and replacements in dairy farms. Universidad Tecnologica de Uruguay Technical Workshops. 3 locations: Colonia, Florida, San Jose. Uruguay. 40 Attendees
100 09/09-09/11 Economic impacts of mastitis. Putting values to the health and replacements in dairy farms. Universidad Tecnologica de Uruguay Technical Workshops. 3 locations: Colonia, Florida, San Jose. Uruguay. 40 Attendees
101 09/06 Milk production sustainable systems. Kellogg Foro Latin America. Panama City, Panama. 4-7 September 2014. 50 Attendees
102 06/26 The application of simulators to improve profitability of dairy farms. XIX International Congress of Bovine Medicine. Oviedo, Spain. 200 Attendees
103 06/26 Group feeding management in dairy farming. XIX International Congress of Bovine Medicine. Oviedo, Spain. 200 Attendees
104 06/12 Group feeding. Improvement of the dairy farm enterprise. Continued Professional Development. Blanca from the Pyrenees. Lleida, Spain. 20 Attendees
105 06/12 Labor management and organization. Improvement of the dairy farm enterprise. Continued Professional Development. Blanca from the Pyrenees. Lleida, Spain. 20 Attendees
106 06/12 The herd value and its management implications. Improvement of the dairy farm enterprise. Continued Professional Development. Blanca from the Pyrenees. Lleida, Spain. 10-12 June 2014. 20 Attendees
107 06/12 The cow value and its management implications. Improvement of the dairy farm enterprise. Continued Professional Development. Blanca from the Pyrenees. Lleida, Spain. 10-12 June 2014. 20 Attendees
108 06/11 Feed price management. Improvement of the dairy farm enterprise. Continued Professional Development. Blanca from the Pyrenees. Lleida, Spain. 10-12 June 2014. 20 Attendees
109 06/11 Value of reproductive programs. Improvement of the dairy farm enterprise. Continued Professional Development. Blanca from the Pyrenees. Lleida, Spain. 10-12 June 2014. 20 Attendees
110 06/10 The challenge of growing the dairy farm. Improvement of the dairy farm enterprise. Continued Professional Development. Blanca from the Pyrenees. Lleida, Spain. 10-12 June 2014. 20 Attendees
111 03/12 Decision support tools for dairy farm management and decision-making with emphasis on reproduction and nutrition. First workshop of Alta-Cialis Advantage Group. Junin, Santa Fe, San Francisco, Esperanza, Argentina. Four times. 40 Attendees
112 03/12 Strategies to improve economic efficiency of the dairy. Western Dairy Canadian Dairy Seminar. Red Deer, Canada. 900 Attendees
2013                    (Number of talks = 33 | Attendees = 0)
113 03/26 Improving reproductive and economic performance using serum and milk based pregnancy tests. Cooperative Resources International Annual Meeting. 120 Attendees
114 10/3 Dairy management decision support tools at DairyMGT.info. Consultants from Israel. Attendees from Israel. 15 Attendees
115 10/1 Integrated dairy farm economic and environmental assessment of management strategies. Milkpoint group from Brazil. Attendees from Brazil 20 Attendees
116 9/27 Dairy management decision support tools at DairyMGT.info. CREA Argentina group meeting. Argentina. 20 Attendees
117 9/11 Decision making tools for dairy producers. 13th INTERLEITE. International Symposium on Competitive Milk Production. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais State, Brazil. 850 Attendees
118 9/10 Determining the true value of dairy feeds. 13th INTERLEITE. Advanced Course of Decision-Making Tools for Dairy Farms. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. 41 Attendees
119 9/10 Economic evaluation of reproductive programs for cows. 13th INTERLEITE. Advanced Course of Decision-Making Tools for Dairy Farms. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. 41 Attendees
120 9/10 Nutritional grouping strategies for dairy lactating cows. 13th INTERLEITE. Advanced Course of Decision-Making Tools for Dairy Farms. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. 41 Attendees
121 9/10 True pregnancy rate of heifers and optimal raising patterns. 13th INTERLEITE. Advanced Course of Decision-Making Tools for Dairy Farms. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. 41 Attendees
122 9/10 Economic value of a dairy cow and optimal replacement policies: Part 2. 13th INTERLEITE. Advanced Course of Decision-Making Tools for Dairy Farms. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. 41 Attendees
123 9/10 Economic value of a dairy cow and optimal replacement policies: Part 1. 13th INTERLEITE. Advanced Course of Decision-Making Tools for Dairy Farms. Uberlandia, Minas Gerais, Brazil. 41 Attendees
124 7/23 Economic impact of dairy cow management. Czech Summer School. Jistebnice, Czech Republic. 40 Attendees
125 7/22 Economic models for dairy management evaluation. Czech Summer School. Prague, Czech Republic. 15 Attendees
126 7/18 Mastitis economics and Web-based decision support tools. Czech Summer School. Jihlava, Czech Republic. 200 Attendees
127 7/17 Principles of dairy herd management economic evaluation. Czech Summer School. Brno, Czech Republic. 40 Attendees
128 7/17 Effect of mastitis on milk production and profitability. Czech Summer School. Brno, Czech Republic. 40 Attendees
129 7/05 Strategies for nutritional grouping. Congreso ESGAL 2013. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. 70 Attendees
130 7/05 Economic impact of reproductive performance. Congreso ESGAL 2013. Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. 70 Attendees
131 6/11 Tools for decision-making. Babcock Institute SanCor (Argentina) Training Program. Madison, WI. Attendees from Argentina. 26 Attendees
132 5/17 The economic value of a dairy cow. COPRINSEM Annual Meeting. San Fernando, Chile. 60 Attendees
133 5/17 Nutritional grouping strategies for lactating cows. COPRINSEM Annual Meeting. San Fernando, Chile. 60 Attendees
134 5/15 Dairy management decision support tools available at the UW-Dairy Management website. COPRINSEM Annual Meeting. Osorno, Chile. 15 Attendees
135 5/14 The economic value of a dairy cow. COPRINSEM Annual Meeting. Osorno, Chile. 400 Attendees
136 5/14 Economic value of reproductive management programs in dairy farming. COPRINSEM Annual Meeting. Osorno, Chile. 400 Attendees
137 5/14 Nutritional grouping strategies for lactating cows. COPRINSEM Annual Meeting. Osorno, Chile. 400 Attendees
138 5/9 The economic impact of clinical mastitis: Direct and indirect losses. 2013 Mercolactea Seminar Series. San Francisco, Argentina. 90 Attendees
139 5/7 Economic analysis of culls and replacements: Part II. 2013 Pre-Mercolactea Seminar Series. San Francisco, Argentina. 35 Attendees
140 5/7 Economic analysis of culls and replacements: Part I. 2013 Pre-Mercolactea Seminar Series. San Francisco, Argentina. 35 Attendees
141 5/6 Economic effect of switching from 2 to 3 daily milkings. 2013 Pre-Mercolactea Seminar Series. San Francisco, Argentina. 35 Attendees
142 5/6 The economic impact of clinical mastitis: Direct and indirect losses. 2013 Pre-Mercolactea Seminar Series. San Francisco, Argentina. 35 Attendees
143 4/24 The need for collecting and using farm records. La Molina Agrarian University and Association of Dairy Farm Small Producers San Felipe. Huacho, Peru. 120 Attendees
144 4/17 Economics of different breeding programs in dairy heifers. CEVA Sante Animale. Barcelona, Spain. 32 Attendees
145 2/20 Dairy management decision support tools available at the UW-Dairy Management website. Madison, WI. Attendees from Czech Republic. 8 Attendees
2012                    (Number of talks = 9 | Attendees = 343)
146 11/22 Financial status of an enterprise. Technological University of Costa Rica. San Carlos, Costa Rica. 18 Attendees
147 11/22 Buy or sale an enterprise. Technological University of Costa Rica. San Carlos, Costa Rica. 18 Attendees
148 11/20 Systems to help in the decisions of economic analysis on dairy cattle reproductive programs. Veritas University, Veterinarian School. Costa Rica. 45 Attendees
149 11/19 Systems to help in the decisions of economic analysis on dairy cattle reproductive programs. Costa Rica Agrarian National University, Veterinarian School. Heredia, Costa Rica. 43 Attendees
150 11/19 Wisconsin dairy farm management decision support tools. Training meeting of Ciencias Pecuarias. San Jose, Costa Rica. 12 Attendees
151 6/28 Cow value, the value of a new pregnancy, and the cost of an abortion. International Symposium: Advancements in Milk Production. Lima, Peru. 130 Attendees
152 6/27 Dairy management decision support systems to improve milk production. La Molina Agrarian University meeting. Lima, Peru. 28 Attendees
153 5/29 Determining the cow value and perform replacement decisions. University of Pristine. Department of Animal Husbandry, Faculty of Agriculture. Pristine, Kosovo. 45 Attendees
154 5/29 Benchmarking dairy farms. Kosovo Ministry of Agriculture meeting. Pristine, Kosovo. 4 Attendees
2011                    (Number of talks = 7 | Attendees = 760)
155 11/18 Economics of reproduction in Argentinian conditions. DairyTech Annual Meeting. Rosario, Argentina. 100 Attendees
156 11/18 The value of improving the 21-day pregnancy rate in dairy cattle. DairyTech Annual Meeting. Rosario, Argentina. 100 Attendees
157 11/18 Analysis of Argentina reproduction parameters. DairyTech Annual Meeting. Rosario, Argentina. 100 Attendees
158 6/16 Benchmarking and analyzing income over feed cost in dairy farm systems. International Symposium: Advancements in Milk Production. Lima, Peru. 150 Attendees
159 6/16 Economics of reproductive programs in dairy farming. International Symposium: Advancements in Milk Production. Lima, Peru. 150 Attendees
160 6/14 Economics of reproductive programs in dairy farming. Andes University Symposium. Huancayo, Peru. 60 Attendees
161 5/12 Price risk management and least cost contracts with Livestock Gross Margin for Dairy. AgroMoney Symposium. Mexico City, Mexico. 100 Attendees
2010                    (Number of talks = 11 | Attendees = 372)
162 12/1 Development of farm decision support tools. Seeds of Hope meeting. San Pedro de Sula, Honduras. 25 Attendees
163 10/5 Dairy farming in Wisconsin. UW-Madison Babcock Institute Cochran Program Meeting. Madison, WI. Attendees from Venezuela. 14 Attendees
164 5/13 The economics of using sexed semen in dairy farming. Mercolactea Seminar Series. San Francisco, Argentina. 70 Attendees
165 5/13 Dairy management and decision-making decision support tools. Mercolactea Seminar Series. San Francisco, Argentina. 60 Attendees
166 5/12 The economics of using sexed semen in dairy farming. APROCAL-Babcock workshop. San Francisco, Argentina. 30 Attendees
167 5/12 Replacement decisions in dairy farming. APROCAL-Babcock workshop. San Francisco, Argentina. 30 Attendees
168 5/12 The income over feed cost, income over feed supplement cost and benchmarking analyses. APROCAL-Babcock workshop. San Francisco, Argentina. 30 Attendees
169 5/12 The decision of switching between 2 and 3 milking times in a day. APROCAL-Babcock workshop. San Francisco, Argentina. 30 Attendees
170 5/12 Dairy management decision support systems. APROCAL-Babcock workshop. San Francisco, Argentina. 30 Attendees
171 4/5 Dairy management webpage. COOPRINSEM meeting. Osorno, Chile 25 Attendees
172 3/23 Strategies for supplementation in grazing dairy farms. International meeting of milk production systems. Tepatitlan, Mexico. 28 Attendees
2009                    (Number of talks = 4 | Attendees = 560)
173 11/4 The value of sexed semen programs. Ferraroni S.P.A. Dairy Farm School webinar. Sardine, Italy. 40 Attendees
174 11/4 The cost-benefit of accelerated feeding programs. Ferraroni S.P.A. Dairy Farm School webinar. Sardine, Italy. 40 Attendees
175 6/26-6/22 The value of sexed semen reproductive programs. 2nd Regional Encounter of ALPURA. Mexico. 5 locations: Chihuahua, Torreon, Mexico City, Queretaro, Leon. 240 Attendees
176 6/22-6/26 Optimizing the income over feed supplement cost. 2nd Regional Encounter of ALPURA. Mexico. 5 locations: Chihuahua, Torreon, Mexico City, Queretaro, Leon. 240 Attendees
2008                    (Number of talks = 1 | Attendees = 3)
177 8/8 Dairy management. UW-Madison Babcock Institute Program Meeting. Madison, WI. Attendees from the Philippines. 3 Attendees