Sponsored by Phibro Animal Health
Feed hygiene is a critical factor when providing for your herd. Join Phibro Animal Health Corporation as they sponsor two speakers to address this important issue. Dr. Lon Whitlow will address how to manage a mycotoxin issue on a dairy farm with his presentation, “Defeating Mycotoxin Problems.” Dr. John Goeser will address the impact of pathogens in feeds with his presentation “Feed Hygiene Impact – Merging Veterinary and Nutritional Science”. Both thought leaders will be available for questions at the close of their presentations.
Dr. John Goeser grew up in the dairy industry as his family’s dairy near Plymouth, Wisc., grew from 60 head in the 1980s to now over 1,000 cows. Goeser holds several degrees from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, including: B.S. degrees in Dairy Science and Agronomy, M.S. degrees in Plant Breeding and Genetics and Dairy Science and a Ph.D. in Dairy Science. Goeser has offered dairy nutrition and management expertise for over 10 years and has been with Rock River Laboratory since 2012. In 2014, Goeser joined the UW-Madison Dairy Science department as an adjunct professor and also began consulting for agricultural businesses as a side venture. With Rock River Laboratory, Goeser oversees animal nutrition, technical support and research. Goeser’s focus with Rock River laboratory is improving our understanding of carbohydrate digestion, forage management and feed hygiene.
Dr. Lon Whitlow is professor emeritus of nutrition with North Carolina State University. He currently resides near Nashville, Tenn., and consults with Phibro Animal Health. At N.C. State, Dr. Whitlow conducted extension and research programs in applied nutrition and mycotoxins. His efforts are directed at helping today’s dairy producers manage mycotoxin problems.