Conference on Cattle Feeding

US - The future of Midwest cattle feeding will be discussed at the 2011 Cattle Feeders Day on February at the DeKalb County Farm Bureau in Sycamore, Illinois.
calendar icon 26 January 2011
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This seminar, sponsored by Archer Daniels Midland Company (ADM), the Illinois Beef Association (IBA), and the University of Illinois Extension, will highlight new cattle feeding strategies, feedstuff availability in the future, and new research on feedlot feed efficiency.

"We want to help cattle producers develop strategies that will allow them to feed cattle competitively in the future," said Dan Faulkner, U of I Extension beef specialist and professor in the U of I Department of Animal Sciences.

The conference will start at 9:45 a.m. with a welcome by Mike Baroni, ADM Vice President of Economic Policy, discussing "Cattle Feeding and the New Vision of Agriculture."

Other speakers include Mike Cecava of ADM Research Division with an update on coproducts and ag residues; Maralee Johnson of IBA presenting an association update; Dan Loy of Iowa State University discussing feeding strategies for coping with high commodity prices; Galen Ericson of the University of Nebraska on corn replacement feed — coproducts and ag residues; and Faulkner discussing beef cattle feed efficiency — genetic selection and feed management.

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