Tennessee Farmer The Tennessee Dairy Producers Association seeks to be a unified voice for all dairy producers in Tennessee in a manner that will expedite a consistent response to any issue that might affect the short or long range viability of the dairy industry in Tennessee. TDPA will also serve as an unbiased source of information for dairy producers as well as consumers.  
 

Connect With Us

Tennessee Dairy Facebook

Tennessee Dairy Farmers Twitter


FO#5 www.malouisville.com

FO#7 www.fmmatlanta.com






Corporate Sponsors




Tennessee Dairy Producers Association

Tools and Strategies For Improving Dairy Cow Nutrition On Your Farm

In 2017, the second educational program offered as part of Master Dairy Producer will focus on options and strategies for managing nutrition for dairy cattle. Farmers interested in becoming a certified “Master Dairy Producer” will need to attend 2 of the various programs offered during 2017. We anticipate this certification will satisfy the educational component for those intending to apply for the 50% cost share through the TAEP program.

MEETING LOCATIONS AND DATES
The module will be offered at (please contact the local agent about registering one week before meeting date):

The module will be offered at:
Lewisburg (Marshall County) – July 10, Russell Catering 220 Water Street, Lewisburg, TN 37091
McMinnville (Warren County) – July 13, TSU Nursery Research Station, 472 Cadillac Lane, McMinnville, TN 37110
Paris (Henry County) – July 18, Henry County UT Extension Office, 1120 Tyson Ave, Paris, TN 38242
Athens (McMinn County) – July 19, Western Sizzlin, 1804 Decatur Pike, Athens, TN 37303
Greeneville (Greene County) – July 21, Camp 214 4-H Lane, Greeneville, TN 37743

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Dairy Producers, Dairy Farm Employees, Professional Consultants, Extension Educators, and others interested in learning about new options for managing dairy farms

AGENDA
10:00 am Registration
10:15 am 1) Diet evaluations and how to select better options of feed additives that are available. Covering some key diet pieces such as macronutrients, energy sources, fiber and protein. 2) UT recent research on stressful environmental factors and how to combat them with improved nutrition. Crude protein sources and rumen protected amino acids that can help with heat stress and other environmental stressors. Led by Dr. Agustin Rius. 12:15 pm Lunch (provided)
1:00 pm 2) New concepts for calf feeding – Clay Kesterson and Peter Krawczel

DOWNLOAD REGISTRATION AND AGENDA



Tennessee Valley Livestock Conference
DAIRY Program Sponsored by Ag Central CO-OP

Tuesday, June 27, 2017

The Tennessee Valley Livestock Conference will take place on Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at Walters State Great Smoky Mountians Expo Center, 1615 Pavilion Drive, White Pine, TN 37890 (Exit 8 off I-81). It is in association with the Tennessee Dairy Producers Association, TN Cattlemen’s Association, NC Cattlemen’s Association, and VA Cattlemen’s Association.

SCHEDULE
8:00-9:30 Registration
9:30–10:00 Brady Catob/Delaval Automated Calf feeding
10:05-10:45 Nick Kunkel/Delaval Robotic Milking (VMS)
10:45-11:00 Break - Visit Industry Trade Show
11:00-11:30 Rick Elling/JOZ Automated Feed Pusher & Scrappers
11:30-12:00 Alan Brandmeyer/Trioliet Automated TMR Feeding
12:00-1:00 LUNCH—Visit Trade Show
1:00-3:00 Panel Discussion—Jai Templeton, Commissioner of Agriculture, John McClurkin, Water Resource Division, TN Dept of Ag, Shari Meghreblian, Deputy Commissioner of TDEC, and Stefan Maupin, Director of Public Policy TN Farm Bureau Federation

Be Present to Win a DeLaval Hand held cell counter DCC or a DeLaval mini swinging brushMSB!

FOR INFORMATION
Contact Eric Risser, AgCentral, 423-368-7753 or 800-467-2150
Stan Butt, TDPA 931-698-0243
Please RSVP to Eric or Stan

DOWNLOAD AGENDA AND REGISTRATION



Financial Statements on Federal Orders 6 & 7

The combined financial statements for the Administrative and Marketing Service Funds for the orders administered from the office for the calendar year ending December 31, 2016.

DOWNLOAD STATEMENT



Farm Bureau Working on New Milk Price Insurance

A new type of dairy revenue insurance, that would offer regional protection against both milk price and production declines, is being worked on by the American Farm Bureau Federation, American Farm Bureau Insurance Services (AFBIS) and academic collaborators including dairy economist Marin Bozic.

CONTINUE READING ON DAIRYHERD.COM
GO DIRECTLY TO THE SURVEY



More Ag Groups Announce Support for 'DAIRY PRIDE' Act

U.S. Senator Tammy Baldwin says her 'DAIRY PRIDE' Act continues to pick up endorsements from prominent farms groups. The newest of those supporters include the Wisconsin and American Farm Bureau organizations.

CONTINUE READING ON WISCONSINAGCONNECTION.COM



AgriLogic Insurance Information

View information about AgriLogic Insurance which offers flexible protection. AgriLogic has more than 20-year experience.



DOWNLOAD BROCHURE



The Wilson Post

Read "The Wilson Post" about Going the milky way; New dairy parlor up and running in Shop Springs; Milk twice daily, every day; Growing up on milk (farms); Building on their family's property; Wilson County's first subway system; Happy cows, happy farmers; Milk and blood

VIEW ONLINE



USDA Announcement of Advanced Class Prices

Download USDA Announcement of Advanced Class Prices PDF



View Our Current Newsletter.

Download our latest newsletter.

DOWNLOAD PDF



Market Information BULLETIN

Download the Market Information BULLETIN.

DOWNLOAD PDF



 
  HOME     ABOUT US     JOIN US     NEWS     BOARD     LEGISLATIVE UPDATES    CONTACT US

Tennessee Dairy Producers Association, 3789 Old Port Royal Road, Spring Hill, TN 37174

Phone: 931-698-0243

info@tennesseedairy.org  |  www.tennesseedairy.org

 
  © Copyright 2011 - 2016 Tennessee Dairy Producers Association. All Rights Reserved.
Website Design & Hosting By Blue Key Creative