Sponsored by Arm and Hammer Animal Nutrition
Productivity drags occur every day within an animal’s digestive system. Whether showing themselves as clinical disease or more commonly going unrecognized as subclinical loss, bacterial pathogens and toxins have a constant negative effect on your herd’s productivity. Dr. Neil Michael with ARM & HAMMER, will discuss targeted natural solutions and how to apply these technologies on your dairy.
Dr. Neil Michael is the Ruminant Technical Services Manager for ARM & HAMMER. His responsibilities include providing technical field support to the Ruminant sales team, producers and their consultants to demonstrate opportunities through new technology, tools and services. Dr. Michael’s areas of expertise include dairy nutrition, transition health, cow environments, and performance monitoring. He received his Bachelor of Science, Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine and Master of Business Administration degrees from Purdue University.