March 05, 2018

Ruminant Programming at Midwest 2018

Midwest ASAS/ADSA has long been known as the “pig” meeting. While that still remains true, as there is an amazing pig program this year, there is also more “non-pig”/ruminant programming than ever before.

See below for a listing of the RUMINANT programming at the 2018 ASAS/ADSA Midwest Meeting. For full details on these sessions and symposia, please view the online program or download the app.

MONDAY, MARCH 12, 2018

3:00 PM  - Ruminant Management Symposium: Accounting for Genetic Potential in Animal Research: Challenges and Opportunities, 205/206


8:30 AM - David Schingoethe Symposium: Confronting Management Challenges Associated with Increasing Automation on Dairies, 210/211
8:30 AM - Ruminant Nutrition Symposium: Interaction of Nutrition, Immunology and Gut Integrity: Impacts on Cattle Health and Performance, 203/204
8:30 AM - Ruminant Nutrition I: Growing Cattle, 202
8:30 AM - Physiology I: Cattle, 207
1:45 PM - Extension – Beef/Small Ruminant Symposium, 203/204
1:45 PM - Extension – Dairy Symposium: Feeding Dairy Calves and Heifers in the Midwest, 210/211
1:45 PM - Ruminant Nutrition II Feedlot Nutrition and Management, 202


8:30 AM - Harlan Ritchie Symposium, 203/204
8:30 AM - Ruminant Nutrition III: Dairy, 207
8:30 AM - Ruminant Nutrition IV: General Topics, 216

We look forward to seeing all of the “non-pig” scientists, in addition to the “pig” scientists, in Omaha!