Tickets are now on sale for one of the dairy industry's most anticipated events, the 2022 DairySA Innovation Day.
Up to 200 dairyfarmers and service providers from across the South East and beyond are expected to attend the popular Innovation Day, to be held at The Barn, Mt Gambier on Wednesday June 1.
According to DairySA conference coordinator Cathy Ashby, the Innovation Day is the result of a collaborative approach between DairySA and South East SA dairyfarmers.
"Like all agricultural industries, it's important that dairyfarmers keep up to date with the latest advances in their industry," she said.
"Whether it's the latest innovations in breeding and pasture and their effect on profitability at the farm gate, or diving into the field of epigenetics to understand more about colostrum and its potential to 'program' cows for the future, this conference will give delegates the opportunity to hear new ideas, observations and pathways for their dairy future."
Speakers will include Bill Wales from the 100 Days project - addressing the most critical period in each cow's lactation - Jennie Pryce from the DairyBio program and Tom Cosentino from the South Australian Dairy Association industry fund.
A mix of concurrent sessions in the afternoon will provide participants with a cross section of themes to deep dive into the topics.
Dairy Australia chair James Mann will detail the current challenges and opportunities facing Dairy Australia and provide a snapshot of current projects and commitments and how they translate at the farm gate.
Now in its twentieth year, the DairySA Innovation Day has grown to become one of SA's premier dairy industry events and has built a reputation for attracting high calibre speakers and industry experts.
Following the full day program delegates are invited to enjoy the Top Paddock and Dinner to get together with old and new industry friends, share the day's insights and provide feedback to the DairySA Board and team.
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