Mountain Milk Line Newsletter: July 2012
The Mountain Milk Line is produced by the DEPI Dairy Services Branch and the North East Murray Dairy
Inside your July Mountain Milk Line
- A good wicket on 158 cows!
- Head: Is a quad the best for the job?
- New era dawns in dairy animal genomics
- Management guidelines to help prevent lameness
- Refrigeration maintenance
- Monthly reminders
Prevention of lameness through herd management
Thursday, July 26 - 11:30 am to 2:00 pm - Dookie Campus
Speakers: Neil Chesterton from V.E.T. Services, New Zealand and Jeremy Skuse, from Animal Welfare Science Centre.
Lunch is included, please RSVP to Judy Nash firstname.lastname@example.org
Theileriosis information session
A theileriosis information update session will be held at St Albans Hall, Running Creek on Monday, August 13 from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm
Please RSVP to Greg Ferrier (02) 6030 4609 or email@example.com
Have your input into the renewed Regional Catchment Strategy
The Draft Regional Catchment Strategy will be out for comment during August 2012. This can be viewed and submissions made at www.yoursaynecma.com.au or provide input at the information days which will be run in mid August. For more information contact Sophie Richards (02) 6043 7635.
Any feedback or comments are welcomed by the editor Dennis Watson (02) 6030 4567.
Previous issues of the Mountain Milk Line are published on the DEPI website
Published by the Department of Environment and Primary Industries, Farm Services Victoria, Dairy Services Branch, August 2011
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