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Proactive Management, Nutrition, and Health for Sustainable Dairying

United Animal Health is hosting the 9th Annual FREE Technical Conference for Dairy Producers in the Midwest. In addition to our educational presentations, there will be various industry professionals and suppliers on hand to answer your dairy questions. The conference is free, but we do ask you to register. Conferences run from 10am to 3pm with lunch included.


Dates & Locations

January 10, 2017
The James B. Henry Center for Executive Development
3535 Forest Rd.
Lansing, MI 48910

January 11, 2017
Sauder Heritage Inn at Sauder Village
22611 State Route 2,
Archbold, Ohio 43502

If you missed the 2017 conference please visit the below links to view the am and pm sessions.

Guest Speakers & Topics

Morning Session Click Here:

Beth Galbraith
Senior Research Scientist at Microbial Discovery Group, WI
Topic: 
Impacting Microbial Ecology on the Dairy for Health and Performance Benefits

View PDF_Galbraith

Afternoon Session Click Here:

Dr. Richard Muck
US Dairy Forage Research Center and Emeritus Professor, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Topic: Enhancing Silage Quality Through Improved Management

View PDF_Muck

Dr. Heather Dann
Research Scientist at The Miner Institute, NY
Topic: Feeding and Managing for Transition Success

View PDF_Dann

Register for the ConferencE   

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A Special Thanks to Our 2017 Midwest Dairy Conference Sponsors

 

 

 

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JBS United is now United Animal Health.

We are excited to announce that we have changed our name from JBS United, Inc. to United Animal Health, Inc.

Established in 1956 as United Feeds, we are reconnecting with our past and including a twist for the future.  We remain firmly committed to animal nutrition and as you know, nutrition is vital to an animal’s health.  Therefore, we believe that United Animal Health best reflects our nutritional products, which include proprietary microbial solutions, as well as products like OvuGel and Feed Allocation System (FAS).

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