Event Highlights Opportunities to
Improve Herd Performance
Zinpro Corporation recently hosted a three-day dairy symposium in Marmaris, Turkey. The event focused on understanding opportunities to improve the performance of high-producing, large dairy herds.
"As the industry leader in trace mineral nutrition, Zinpro is committed to helping producers improve the performance and profitability of their dairy operations," says Dr. Khaled Qasem, Zinpro Area Manager, Middle East/North Africa (MENA) Region. "The MENA Dairy Symposium was designed to provide attendees with valuable, practical information on important topics such as reproduction, milk production, trace mineral nutrition and lameness prevention."
The symposium, titled Removing Constraints on High-Producing, Large Dairy Projects, featured a series of informative talks and interactive workshops, including:
- Removing Constraints to Achieve High Milk Production in Large Herds, by Dr. Blaine Ellison, DVM, Applied Biotechnologies, Inc.
- Developing a Program to Remove the Lameness Constraint on Dairy Cattle Performance, by Dr. Jeff DeFrain, Zinpro Corporation
- Removing Constraints to Achieve Outstanding Reproductive Performance in Large Herds, by Dr. Milo Wiltbank, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Performance Mineral Nutrition for High-Performing Herds, by Dr. Mike Socha, Zinpro Corporation
As the leader in trace mineral nutrition, Zinpro is committed to delivering the people, products and educational tools needed to help customers improve the performance and profitability of their operation. For more information, visit www.zinpro.com or call +1 952-983-4000.
Speakers at the recent MENA Dairy Symposium,
sponsored by Zinpro Corporation,
answer attendee questions.
Speakers shown (from
left to right): Dr. Blaine Ellison, DVM, Applied
Max Winders, Zinpro Corporation; Dr. Jeff DeFrain, Zinpro Corporation and Dr.
Milo Wiltbank, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
attendees enjoy time together during an evening reception.