Dairy Production

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UNH Research, State Policy, Innovation, Diversification, Cost Controls, Marketing Seen as Keys For Granite State Dairy Industry
UNH Research, State Policy, Innovation, Diversification, Cost Controls, Marketing Seen as Keys For Granite State Dairy Industry Learn More
It’s been a dry season; preciption has been below normal since March, and most locations are seeing 25% or less of their normal preciptiation this wee... Learn More
Extension will hold reoccurring Zoom (or via telephone) meetings for New Hampshire's agricultural community
Extension will hold reoccurring Zoom (or via telephone) meetings for New Hampshire's agricultural community Learn More

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Why should I analyze my feed?

We need to analyze feeds to know what we are feeding. Feed analysis allows you to know what your feed is ... Learn More
It is well accepted that calves need milk or milk replacer in their diet to grow them to weaning age. There are a lot of misconceptions about offering... Learn More
Concentrates are always a high proportion of the cost of a feed ration due to their contribution as primary energy and protein sources in dairy feeds.... Learn More
This research was published and written by Eric Hatungimana, Ph.D., and  Pete Erickson, Ph.D., Extension Dairy Specialist, University of New Hampshire... Learn More
How Feeding Nicotinic Acid (niacin) Can Improve Colostrum Quality and Calf Performance

Written and published by Pete Erickson, Ph.D., E... Learn More
An Economic Strategy to Raise Dairy Heifers

This research was published and written by Eric Hatungimana, Ph.D. University of New Hampsh... Learn More