Dr. Mike Hutjens
Hoof health is our topic this week with Dr. Mike Hutjens, retired dairy extension specialist from the University of Illinois. He tells us about a UW-Madison study that examines a hoof condition in young heifers:
Warmer weather is in the forecast. Dr. Mike Hutjens joins us with important information on caring for animals during times of heat stress.
Live bacteria can benefit your dairy animal. Today we learn about direct-fed microbials or DFM’s, particularly for calves on liquid milk replacer. Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us the different types and benefits of DFM’s on today’s Feed Forum Friday:
Dr. Mike Hutjens, retired dairy extension specialist from the University of Illinois joins us on Dairy Radio to tell us more about reducing methane emissions on the dairy farm.
Dr. Mike Hutjens recaps new data from dairy CPA firm Genske, Mulder & Company on today’s Feed Forum Friday:
Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us about new research from the University of Guelph
on feeding young calves:
The public comment period for FARM 4.0 ends Sunday, March 31st. Review the standards outlined in the charts, download informational PDFs, and leave your feedback on FARM’s webiste here. Dr. Mike Hutjens has more:
There are options when it comes to feeding minerals to our cows. Dr. Mike Hutjens explains:
Today we focus on saving feed costs by managing shrink loss with Dr. Mike Hutjens, retired dairy extension specialist from the U of Illinois:
Farmers should be checking for Tar Spot Complex, a brand new fungus problem that has occurred in the corn-belt and other areas of the U.S. Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us more on today’s Dairy Radio Now.
Brand new research out of the Miner Institute shows new forage feeding concepts for dairy producers. Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us more on this Feed Forum Friday:
Dr. Mike Hutjens shares with us the five different approaches that dairy farmers are facing in today’s economy :
Dr. Mike Hutjens joins us once again on our Feed Form Friday to discuss a “real must” on dairy farms – clean colostrum:
Dr. Mike Hutjens joined us on our Feed Form Friday to discuss the recent cold snap farmers are facing in the Midwest.
Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us the importance of proper blood calcium levels in transition cows:
Dr. Mike Hutjens is back on to tell us some key factors in determining where future milk prices are heading.
Dr. Mike Hutjens looks at the importance of feeding vitamins to your cows on today’s Feed Form Friday:
Fine tuning our feeding program for 2019 is our topic on today’s Feed Form Friday with Dr. Mike Hujens:
Dr. Mike Hutjens joined us to share the latest data from the University of Wisconsin regarding robotic milking systems.
Dr. Mike Hutjens joined us on today’s Feed Form Friday to look at 2019 budgets:
Dr. Mike Hutjens gives us a preview of an online Advanced Feeding Class offered in early 2019:
Dr. Mike Hutjens joined us on today’s Feed Form Friday to discuss corn hybrid selection:
Dr. Mike Hutjens joined us on today’s Feed Form Friday to discuss strategies to help calves survive, thrive and grow during the winter months:
Dr. Mike Hutjens returns from Southeast Asia and tells us all about it on today’s Feed Form Friday:
Nearly half the cows in early lactation suffer from some metabolic disorder. Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us we need to get nutrients to these cows quickly. He reveals the latest Cornell numbers on milk fever, ketosis, DA’s, RP’s, and more:
What are some of the good buys for byproduct feed? Dr. Mike Hutjens give us his two cents on this Feed Form Friday on Dairy Radio Now.
Today’s Feed Form segment with Dr. Mike Hutjens focuses on being more profitable during a challenging time:
Two of the major feeds in dairy farms are corn and soybean. Dr. Mike Hutjens, a retired dairy extension specialist from the University of Illinois gives us an update on today’s Feed Form Friday on Dairy Radio Now.
Dr. Mike Hutjens gives his two cents on the new Dairy Revenue Protection (Dairy-RP) program, a new safety net for dairy producers developed by the American Farm Bureau Federation:
Consumer protection is the topic of this week’s Feed Form Friday with Dr. Mike Hutjens, retired dairy extension specialist from the University of Illinois.
Dr. Mike Hutjens tells us about the three pillars for dairy profitability on today’s Feed Form Friday:
Feed and forage from around the U.S. with Dr. Mike Hutjens, a retired dairy extension specialist from the University of Illinois.
Dairy managers are squeezed between profits and just paying the bills. Dr. Mike Hutjens is a world-renowned Dairy Extension Specialist who spent most of his career at the University of Illinois and has authored many columns, articles, and books. Retired at the end of 2010, he continues to teach, speak and travel. Today, we asked him about the importance of executing a forage program with feed additives.