How to Manage High Feed Costs — “Protecting Your Profits” June Webinar

Wednesday, June 23, 2021
12 p.m.
Virtual Webinar:

2301 North Cameron Street
Harrisburg, PA 17110

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Event Host:

Center for Dairy Excellence

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With unusually high feed costs this year, join us to learn strategies for maximizing milk production while input costs remain high. We are hosting a special edition of our monthly “Protecting Your Profits” webinar on Wednesday, June 23 from 12-1 p.m. The event will focus on managing high feed costs with Dr. Jud Heinrichs, Professor of Dairy Nutrition at The Pennsylvania State University, serving as guest speaker. A timely topic for dairy producers who have been faced with high input costs this year, this will be Dr. Heinrichs’ last official presentation before his retirement. Led by Zach Myers, Risk Education Manager at the Center, you can join the discussion via conference call, webinar, or podcast format.

How to Join:

Webinar Format

Visit on Wednesday, June 23 at noon to launch the webinar.

Conference Call Format

Individuals who would prefer to connect via conference call can dial the following number on Wednesday, June 23 at noon:

Dial: 1-646-558-8656
Meeting ID: 848 3416 1708
Passcode: 474057

Podcast Format

Visit to listen to the “Protecting Your Profits” podcast and subscribe to get notified when new episodes are released. Episodes are expected to be published after the live webinar and conference call are concluded each month.

About Dr. Jud Heinrichs:

Dr. Jud Heinrichs is a Professor of Dairy Nutrition at Penn State. He has an extension and research appointment and has been in charge of the Penn State Dairy Nutrition Conference for 21 years. It is now the largest conference of its type in the United States. His work for the past 38 years has centered on dairy replacements and forage particle size as it relates to dairy cow rumen function.