Lachy and Lou Day, of Days Whiteface, Bordertown, South Australia will be hosting one of the first MLA “Bred Well, Fed Well” cattle workshops on January 22.
The “Bred Well, Fed Well” workshops aim to highlight the benefits of using better genetics, as well as managing feed and nutrition for improved reproductive performance and herd productivity.
Topics covered in the workshops include breeding better heifers and cows, improving heifer and cow nutrition, and how to use breeding values (EBVs) for better bull selection.
The workshop will be delivered by renowned private consultant and lecturer at Latrobe University, Dr Jason Trompf, and local livestock consultant and PHD researcher, Penny Schulz.
The principles covered in the workshops can be effectively applied to any breed of cattle, and offer a great opportunity for producers to gain greater knowledge and understanding of the different aspects that contribute to a successful herd.
The timing of the workshop also provides great preparation for the South Australian bull buying and selling season early next year.
The participation fee for each workshop is $75 per person and lunch is provided.
For more information or to register for any of the workshops please contact Penny Schulz on:
0417 853 094 or firstname.lastname@example.org