The Dairy Nutrition Shortcourse and the Advanced Dairy Nutrition and Management Shortcourse are conducted in opposite years as a collaboration between Cornell University and Miner Institute with additional invited course faculty from other universities.
Due to continued restrictions on in-person events related to the pandemic, this year's Dairy Nutrition Shortcourse will be hosted as a 6-week online course.
Presented as a partnership of Cornell University and Miner Institute, this course will cover basic principles of dairy cattle nutrition and their application within dairy herd management. It has been taught in-person every other year at Miner Institute since 1997 and fills to capacity every time. In 2021, we are offering this course for the first time in an online, virtual format with weekly opportunities for live interaction with the speakers for the week.
Who Should Participate?
This course is designed primarily for beginning nutritionists and allied industry professionals seeking a more comprehensive foundation or a refresher in the principles of dairy cattle nutrition and their application in the field. Participants who have enjoyed this course in-person at Miner Institute in the past include recently hired nutritionists for feed companies and consulting groups, sales and technical services representatives for vendor companies in the feed and animal health industries, extension professionals, graduate students, veterinarians, and veterinary students. Speakers from Cornell University and Miner Institute all have extensive experience working in their topic areas and engaging with dairy industry professionals.
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For event specific questions, contact:
Heather Darrow, Conference Coordinator
Phone: (607) 255-4478
Email: hh96 [at] cornell.edu (subject: Advanced%20Dairy%20Nutrition%20Shortcourse)
We strive to host inclusive, accessible events that enable all individuals, including individuals with disabilities, to engage fully. If accommodations are needed to participate or fully access content, please contact Heather Darrow at hh96 [at] cornell.edu.