October 12, 2020
Provided by the American Dairy Science Association® (ADSA®) in cooperation with Feedstuffs. If you received this issue of ADSA Dair-e-news from a friend and would like to receive your personal copy in the future, please contact keolson@prodigy.net

Opinion and editorial content included in the Dair-e-news represent the views of the authors. 
Publication does not represent endorsement of any position by the ADSA.

 Ken Olson, Ph: 630-237-4961, keolson@prodigy.net
News
Effectively Communicating Science in Times of Crisis
Communicating science effectively is a difficult task given the myriad of online mainstream and social media sources people can turn to at a moment’s notice. Sharing and obtaining empirically based scientific information during the coronavirus pandemic, the avian flu outbreak, and the recent onslaught of extreme weather events are just a few example of when it has been almost impossible to sort empirically based information from fake news. Based on years in the field and findings from multiple research projects, On Tuesday, October 13 at, Noon Central, the 2020 Borlaug CAST Communication Award Winner, Dr. Alexa Lamm, Associate Professor of Science Communication at the University of Georgia's College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences will share her insights on how to reach targeted audiences using the right source, channel, and format during times of crisis so you are prepared to effectively communicate science when people need it the most. A Q&A session will follow.

Increasing milk protein is one way to improve dairy profitability
Cornell University professor Mike Van Amburgh discusses tactics nutritionists can use to increase milk protein and improve income over feed costs for dairy producers.
FDA proposes new approach for ranking antimicrobial drugs
As part of its overall strategy for addressing antimicrobial resistance risks associated with the use of antimicrobial drugs in animals, the U.S. Food & Drug Administration announced Oct. 9 a potential revised process and criteria for ranking antimicrobial drugs based on their importance in human medicine.

Dairy cattle traceability program launched in Canada
On Oct. 5, Lactanet Canada launched DairyTrace, a national dairy cattle traceability program for dairy farmers in Canada.

Designed and built to be a centralized national system for the management of all dairy cattle traceability data, DairyTrace will provide protection to the Canadian dairy industry in the event of an animal health emergency, an announcement said.
ADSA News and Happenings
Discover Conference 39 “Viewer Only” Registrations Still Available!
Participant Registration for the 39th Discover Conference: The Transition Period – From Physiology to Management is sold out; however, the “Viewer Only” Registration type is still available. Click the Online Registration option and register as a “Viewer Only” The Viewer Only registration type is meant for individuals who cannot participate in the live sessions (due to time zone issues, or other restrictions), but are interested in receiving the recorded content at the same time it is delivered to Participant registrants. Viewer Only registrants will receive access to all recorded content but will not have access to participate in the live sessions. The virtual program is available for viewing on the DC39 website. Interpretive Summaries from the presentations will be available on S-PAC following the conference to provide some of the information shared at the meeting.
Are you or your employer looking for the best and the brightest to fill a job, assistantship, or internship? The resource you need is myDairy Career, a complimentary online job resource center created by the American Dairy Science Association (ADSA) Graduate Student Division, where employer needs and student interests are matched instantly. Your next employee, graduate student, or intern could be searching for your open position, so don’t delay.
Sign in at https://careers.adsa.org/ to post job, assistantship, or internship opportunities and gain access to high-quality undergraduate and graduate dairy science students in both dairy foods and dairy production. And did we mention myDairy Career is FREE of CHARGE!
Once you are on the myDairy Career website:
  1. Click on “Recruiters” and enter your ADSA member username and password, or create a new account.
  2. Edit “Your Profile” to include key company information.
  3. Explore “Your Positions” to post your job openings (full-time, part-time, internships, etc.) and view any candidate matches for active positions.
  4. View the “Search Candidates” tab to look at all student profiles or search by keywords. Recruiters can even set up email notifications to be alerted when a candidate profile matches your position.
Helpful hints:
  • “Your Profile” information will help candidates find you, so please describe your company adequately.
  • “Your Positions” have many options, and by choosing all that apply you can increase the chances of matching with candidates!
  • Use the upcoming ADSA Annual Meeting as a great place to connect with potential job candidates.
If you have any questions about myDairy Career, and the potential benefits to you and your company, please feel free to contact the ADSA GSD gsd@adsa.org
NASEM Nutrient Requirements
of Dairy Cattle
June 1-4, 2021
Eaglewood Resort & Spa

The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM, previously known as NRC) anticipates the 2021 release the 8th revised edition of the “Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cattle”, the world’s most highly cited reference on dairy cattle feeding.

This 40th Discover Conference will focus on the scientific advancements in dairy cattle feeding used in revising the 2001 edition. NASEM subcommittee members will address the substantive changes in the nutrient requirements and the conceptual approaches used to make those changes. They will report on areas with significant knowledge gaps that still prevent more accurate prediction of the nutrient requirements. We will emphasize the interactive spirit of Discover conferences with structured small group discussions woven into the program, including a demonstration of the software and focused discussions with the speakers. The program will bridge from the fundamental science to applied dairy cattle feeding:

Conference Topics Include:
·      Feed Intake, Fats, Carbohydrates and Energy
·      Proteins and Amino Acids
·      Minerals, Vitamins and Water
·      Dry Cows, Calves and Replacement Heifers
·      Application of the New Requirements

Registration postmarked by April 30, 2021, is $375 for ADSA-ARPAS members and $425 for non-members, which includes sessions and most meals. After April 30, the registration fee will be $475 member/$525 non-member. Registration will be accepted on an availability basis. Your registration includes 90 days free access to the Searchable Proceedings of Animal Conferences (S-PAC)..

Do you have the S-PAC and Large Dairy Herd Management Bundle??
The American Dairy Science Association (ADSA®) is pleased to offer the most comprehensive information resource package for dairy professionals’ available. The Searchable Proceedings of Animal Conferences (S-PAC®) and the Large Dairy Herd Management (3rd ed., e-book) are now provided as a package. Students and professionals with purchasing an annual subscriptions to S-PAC now receive a personal copy of Large Dairy Herd Management with their paid S-PAC subscription. Learn more by clicking here. If you have additional questions please contact Ken Olson, PhD, PAS
e-mail: keolson@prodigy.netL Phone: 630/842-5334  
Health Management of Calves:
From Intrauterine Life to Successful Weaning
 
Start making plans to attend the 41ST ADSA DISCOVER CONFERENCESM ON FOOD ANIMAL AGRICULTURE - Health Management of Calves: From Intrauterine Life to Successful Weaning. This conference will explore the many changes in dairy calf management practices, and research conducted over the last decade. Potential Conference Topics include:

      Opportunities and Key Knowledge Gaps in Calf Management
      Bull Calves & Dairy-Beef
      Calf Housing and Behavior
      Calf Immunology and Vaccines
      Calf Nutrition Pre-weaning
      Calf Welfare
      Colostrum Management
      Fetal Programming, Influence of Cow Stressors on Calf Development
      Neonatal Disease Management
      Transition to the Ruminant Calf: Weaning Strategies to Optimize Future Health and Productivity 
 
A poster session will be included to allow participants to share and discuss research findings. Details will be posted on the meeting site as they are finalized. 
ADSA® on Linked In continues to Grow
– Are you included?
Our ADSA Linked In group now includes 1,834 members from around the world, are you one of them? It’s a great place to get information about ADSA and industry activities as well as to network with other dairy professionals from around the world. Check it out here.

While on “Linked In” check out the ADSA Graduate Student Division (GSD) as well. You can find their page at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/12059336/profile
Calendar
IN LIGHT OF THE COVID-19 SITUATION PLEASE CHECK DIRECTLY WITH CONFERENCE ORGANIZERS ON STATUS OF ANY CONFERENCE YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ATTENDING.
 
Oct 12-16, 2020 22nd Dairy Ingredients Technical Symposium is going virtual. Click here for further information and to register.

Oct 13-15, 2020  High Temperature Short Time Pasteurizer, Ithaca, NY, Click here for Registration  

Oct 13-16, 2020  17th International Annual Symposium on Milk Genomics and Human Health is Virtual, University of California Davis, Davis CA. Click here for details

Oct 15-21, 2020     124th USAHA Annual Meeting is now going virtual, Click here for more details

Oct 19 – 22, 2020 10:00AM - 2:00PM EDT Daily via Zoom . The 2020 Cornell Nutrition Conference* will be virtual, Syracuse, NY, For more information click here

Oct. 20, 2020 2:00 p.m. CT Dairy Calf and Heifer Association (DCHA) webinar. "Calf Rearing Bottlenecks. Click here for more information and registration.

Oct 20, 2020     Vat Pasteurizer, Ithaca, NY, Click here for Registration  

Oct 21-22, 2020  The Science of Cheese (Basic Level), Ithaca, NY, Click here for Registration 
 
Oct 27-29, 2020  SOLD OUT but "Viewer Only" Registrations available! 39th ADSA Discover Conference -The Transition Period - From Physiology to Management, is now Sold out. For more information to be added to the wait list or to register as Viewer Only click here

Oct 27-28, 2020  The Science of Cheese (Advanced Level), Ithaca, NY, Click here for Registration  

Oct 27-29, 2020  CANCELED Pasteurizer Operations Workshop, Erickson Food Science Building, Penn State University, Click here for more information

Oct 27-29, 2020 Dairy Protein Beverage Applications Online Course, Center for Dairy Research (CDR). Click here for more information and registration.

Nov. 1-4, 2020  CANCELED Click here for details. Symposium on Gut Health in Production of Food Animals.

Nov 2, 2020 1:00-3:00 pm CST Council on Dairy Cattle Breeding (CDCB) Industry Meeting - A focus on feed efficiency, genetic selection and impacts of sustainability. Click here for more information and to register.

Nov 9-12, 2020 CANCELED 7:45 AM-3:00 PM The Science and Art of Cheese Making Short Course, Rodney A. Erickson Food Science Building, PSU, University Park, PA. Click here for future updates.
Nov 10-11, 2020  Pathogen Environmental Monitoring, Ithaca, NY, Click here for Registration 
 
Nov 10-12, 2020 DCRD Annual Meeting. To register for the virtual meeting go to: http://bit.ly/2020DCRCVirtualMeeting

Nov. 11-12, 2020.  Penn State Dairy Cattle Nutrition Workshop*, is now a virtual event., Click here for more information

Nov 16-19, 2020     Leadership Skills for Success, Live Instructor-led Video Conference Cornell Extension, Ithaca, NY, Click here for registration 

Dec 1-2, 2020 Introduction to Artisan Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts *NEW DATES*, Ithaca, NY. Click here for Registration
Dec 1-4, 2020 EAAP 2020 Virtual Meeting. Information and registration for virtual meeting is available by clicking here.

Dec 8-10, 2020  Preventive Controls for Human Food, Ithaca, NY, Click here for Registration  

Dec 8-10, 2020 ADPI Dairy Ingredients Seminar, Virtual Event. For more information and to register, click here.
Jan. 25-28, 2021 NMC 60th Annual Meeting, Town & Country Resort & Convention Center, San Diego, CA Click here for regisration.

April 19-21, 2021 Tri-State Dairy Nutrition Conference, Grand Wayne Center, Ft. Wayne, IN. Click here for more information

April 27-28, 2021 Mid-South Ruminant Nutrition Conference, Grapevine, Texas, Click here for more information

June 1-4, 2021 40th ADSA Discover Conference - 2021 Nutrient Requirements of Dairy Cows, Eaglewood Resort & Spa. For Registration and more information, click here.

June 9-10, 2021 Four-State Dairy Nutrition & Management Conference Grand River Center, Dubuque, IA. Click here for more information.

July 11-14, 2021 ADSA Annual Meeting, Louisville, KY. Click here for more information.

Aug 30 - Sept 3, 2021  72nd Annual Meeting of the European Federation of Animal Science (EAAP). Davos, Switzerland, For registration and more information click here,

Sept. 28-Oct. 2, 2021 World Dairy Expo World Dairy Expo, Alliant Energy Center - Madison, WI.

*An S-PAC Partner Conference

If your organization's conference isn't among the ever growing list that contribute proceedings and presentations to S-PAC®, ask your conference organizer to contact Ken Olson for more information about the benefits of participation.

If you would like to have an event included in the "Dates to Note," please contact Ken Olson.
Thanks to our Corporate Sustaining Members
We appreciate your ongoing support of ADSA and the Journal of Dairy Science®

Ag Processing Inc.
ANDHIL LLC
Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition & Food Production
Darling Ingredients Inc.
Diamond V
Elanco Animal Health
Global Agri-Trade Corporation
Grande Cheese Company
Lallemand Animal Nutrition
Pioneer
Quali Tech, Inc.
Renaissance Nutrition Inc.
Zinpro
Zoetis
Zook Nutrition & Management Inc.
ADSA Membership Benefits
          
Did you know that your ADSA Professional Membership, which is the least expensive of all national animal-related professional societies, includes all of the following benefits with no additional fees, charges or suggested donations?

*       Electronic access to the Journal of Dairy Science®
*    ADSA Annual Meeting registration at reduced member rates
*       Discover Conference registration at reduced member rates
*   Large Dairy Herd Management 3rd edition e-book at reduced member rates
*       S-PAC: Free access to ADSA Annual Meeting, past JAM and ADSA divisional abstracts
*       S-PAC subscription at reduced member rates
*   A strong voice of advocacy for the animal sciences, animal agriculture and research
*       Access to ADSA's large and growing recorded symposia library    
*       ADSA News (semi-annual association newsletter)
*       ADSA Dair e-news (ADSA weekly industry newsletter)
*       Access to member directory
*       Peer recognition through ADSA, Foundation and Sponsored Award Program
*       Discounted page charges in Journal of Dairy Science®
*       Broad author recognition through ADSA/Elsevier press release program
*       Linked In and You Tube sites for ADSA
*       Quality networking with academic, government and industry professionals
*       Travel awards for all graduate students attending Discover Conferences
*       Opportunity to serve peers via committee and officer positions
 
For more information on your benefits, please visit: http://www.adsa.org/join.asp
To join now and gain these member benefits, visit: http://www.adsa.org/join.asp
American Dairy Science Association
1800 South Oak St., Suite 100, Champaign, IL 61820