Dairy Grazing Apprenticeship has its own course offering that has been traditionally for apprentices going through the DGA program, the Managed Grazing Innovation Center. It is also now available to Masters, Interns, and the public for the first time!
The MGIC currently has seven different offerings. In the fall, you can take Dairy Cattle Health and Wellness, Soil and Water Resources Management, Managed Grazing Systems for Dairy Cattle and Farm Business Management. In the spring, you can take Farm Business Management, Dairy Cattle Nutrition, Feed and Feeding, and Milk Quality. The Dairy Cattle Nutrition, Feed and Feeding and Milk Quality courses are also offered in the Summer. There is a Holistic Farming and Systems Approach that varies between different semesters.
DGA’s next virtual webinar will take place at 11:30 a.m. on Feb. 3. The topic will be “To Cross or not to Cross” and will feature special guest Brad Heins from U. of M. Morris. Please feel free to call in with any discussion on the topic of breeding dairy cattle and any experience you have. To register, or to join the webinar, visit the Zoom link. Call in # is 929-436-2866; Meeting ID is 686-230-401.