Resources for Dairy Science

Title Available As Summary Date ID Author
Virginia 4-H Beef Heifer Project Junior Record Book Jun 27, 2013 4H-140P
Virginia 4-H Beef Heifer Project Senior Record Book Jul 1, 2013 4H-141P
Virginia 4-H Market Beef Project Junior Record Book Aug 23, 2013 4H-142P
Virginia 4-H Market Beef Project Senior Record Book Aug 27, 2013 4H-143P
Virtual Farm to Table: Dairy Jul 27, 2020 4H-916NP
Virginia 4-H Horse Project Junior Record Book Feb 26, 2018 406-122 (4H-694P)
Low Stress Cattle Handling Feb 14, 2020 APSC-167NP
Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for the Use of Above Ground Burial to Manage Catastrophic Livestock Mortality in Non-Disease Situations Aug 4, 2021 APSC-178NP
Previniendo accidentes de trabajadores rurales ligados al manejo de silajes Jun 24, 2022 DASC-100s
Previniendo accidentes de trabajadores rurales ligados al manejo de silajes Jul 24, 2017 DASC-102s
Preventing silage-related injuries and fatalitites among farm workers Jul 25, 2017 DASC-103NP
Preventing injuries and fatalities during the harvesting and chapping of crops for silage Aug 28, 2018 DASC-117NP
Previniendo daños y muertes durante la cosecha y picado de maíz y sorgo para silaje Aug 28, 2018 DASC-118S
Dairy Pipeline, March 2020 Mar 18, 2020 DASC-133NP
A Decision-Making Tool to Determine the Feasibility of Purchasing Virginia Milk Commission Base
Dairy farmers are usually subject to net income fluctuations due to volatility in both milk and feed prices. Risk management tools, such as hedging milk prices in the futures market, may be used to protect dairy farmers against milk price volatility. Alternatively, dairy farmers selling milk in Virginia can buy Virginia milk commission base (MCB) to obtain higher milk prices and, therefore, sustain or increase net cash flows.
Mar 23, 2018 DASC-30P (DASC-111P)
Silo Management, Learning From The Experts
This video intends to help stakeholders improve their silo face management practices, prevent spoilage and waste! Learn to properly face bunker silos.
Jul 9, 2014 DASC-39NP
Income Over Feed Costs in the Dairy Enterprise
Typically, feed costs are directly related to milk production, so the more you feed, the more you produce. However, milk production is not necessarily related to profitability. Production-oriented management, which focuses on maximizing outputs (i.e., milk yield) through increased utilization of inputs (i.e., feed), does not necessarily ensure the dairy business will be profitable.
Sep 1, 2020 DASC-51P
Aseptic Technique for Milk Sampling and Teat Infusions Apr 8, 2016 DASC-61P
Coagulase-Negative Staphylococci and Staphylococcus hyicus: A Practical Summary for Controlling Mastitis Apr 11, 2016 DASC-63P
Pasteurella spp.: A Practical Summary for Controlling Mastitis Apr 12, 2016 DASC-67P
Management of compost-bedded pack barns Mar 11, 2016 DASC-78NP
Determining Harvesting Time for Corn Silage May 5, 2016 DASC-82NP
Comparative Nutritional Quality of Winter Crops for Silage Feb 7, 2022 DASC-93P
Preventing silage-related injuries and fatalities among farm workers Jun 24, 2022 DASC-99
March 2022 Dairy Pipeline Mar 20, 2022 DASC-147NP
April 2022 Dairy Pipeline Apr 15, 2022 DASC-148NP
May 2022 Dairy Pipeline May 2, 2022 DASC-149NP
July/August 2022 Dairy Pipeline Jun 28, 2022
September 2022 Dairy Pipeline Aug 24, 2022 DASC-152NP
November / December 2022 Dairly Pipeline Oct 31, 2022 DASC-154NP
Managing Phosphorus Balance on Virginia Dairy Farms Mar 15, 2021 SPES-278NP