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M7 Dairy Freestall Housing and Equipment Dairy Freestall Housing & Equipment

New! From the planning and development process to various housing options, this book contains tables, charts, figures and measurements to customize your dairy housing needs. Edition updates include: increased freestall dimensions; freestall housing; heifer facilities; milking parlors and equipment; ventilation systems; feed storage and distribution and more. 232 pages
8th Edition
by MidWest Plan Service

Feeding Guide Book

Dairy cow physiology; optimizing dry matter intake; feeding and the gestation/lactation cycle; ration formulation; purchasing and valuing feed; special feeding challenges; BST;

University of Illinois Dairy Nutrition CD & Book

Dairy Nutrition CD from the Univ. of Illinois online course, Advanced Dairy Nutrition is team-taught by

Dave Fischer, Mike Hutjens, Jim Drackley, Jimmy Clark, Richard Wallace, Ric Grummer, Garrett Oetzel and Ken Nordlund.
Price includes CD and 2008 Hoard’s Feeding Guide book.

NEW EDITION: Teaching modules have simultaneous text available; The Advance Dairy Nutrition Handbook is now a searchable PDF; there are two new handouts, “Rules of Dairy Nutrition” and “Evaluating Feed Additives” ; CD now runs on both PCs and Macs.

Forage Management for Dairy

by Mike Hutjens. Forage is the backbone of the dairy ration: sections include feeding strategies to maximize value while saving costs;

Successful Feeding Systems for Dairy

by Mike Hutjens
Focus is all types of feeding systems, their practicality for different herd sizes and economics, from grain feeding to TMRs; also feed storage, feed bunk management. 56 pages

Feed Ingredient Book Directory of Feeds & Feed Ingredients PDF

by Charles Macgregor. Revised and expanded, over 150 feeds, with feeding guidelines and composition for as-fed/dry matter basis. A real help when purchasing feed. Index. 95 pages. Third edition

All PDFs will be emailed to you within 24 to 48 hours of your purchase.

Feed By-Product Listing and Quiz

Guess 20 by-product feeds from their appearance/description. (Reprint of 2/25/97 article)