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Estonian and Finnish EIP innovations for monitoring cattle health, silage quality and feeding

Time: 28.01.2022

Place: Zoom

Sihtgrupp: We in particular would like to invite farmers to attend the webinar and to hear their opinions in discussions.

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NGO Dairy Cluster, Oulu Univerisity (Finland) and Estonian National rural network are organizing a bilingual webinar related to their R&D topics on monitoring cattle health, silage quality and feeding. The webinar is targeted to farmers and advisors and therefore, the practical aspects, costs and benefits are on focus. In Finland, the webinar is linked to a seminar held in Sarkamessut fair in Seinäjoki. 

The program will be completely bilingual. The presentations are given both in Estonian and Finnish in parallel sessions, and live discussions are translated simultaneously.  


Estonian and Finnish EIP innovations for monitoring cattle health, silage quality and feeding

Friday, 28. january 2022
Webinar will be held in Zoom
Programme

10.00 - 10.10

Welcome words 

  • Hardi Tamm, Estonian Dairy Cluster 
  • Pekka Kilpeläinen, University of Oulu
Animal Health

 

10.10 - 10.25

 

Antimicrobial peptides in teat disinfection  -  Pekka Kilpeläinen, University of Oulu, Unit of Measurement Technology

 

10.25 - 10.50

Accurate test for diagnosing mastitis – will the treatment schemes change? - Piret Kalmus Dr. vet, Estonian University of Life Sciences

 

10.50 - 11.20 Discussion "How these innovations could be developed further, could accurate diagnosis change mastitis treatment, would you buy this kind of systems and what the price should be?"
11.20 - 11.30 Break
Silage quality and feeding
11.30 - 11.45

Application of automatic body condition scoring in dairy cows - Hanno Jaakson, Estonian University of Life Sciences

 

11.45 - 12.00

Economic benefits from dry matter monitoring of silage and TMR - Tuija Kallio, University of Oulu, Unit of Measurement Technology

 

12.00 - 12.15 Monitoring silage temperature as a tool to predict silage quality and to develop harvesting chain - Ilpo Pölönen, Häme University of Applied Sciences

 

12.15 - 12.45 Discussion "What benefits do you see in silage monitoring during storage? How would you plan the monitoring at your farm? Would you be interested in daily monitoring of DM% at your farm? How quick the assay should be that you would use it with all TMR lots?"
12.45 Conslusion

More information: Hardi Tamm, hardi.tamm@piimaklaster.ee


 The activity is supported in the frame of measure 16.2 of the Estonian Rural Development Plan 2014–2020.

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