The World Dairy Expo was held last weekend in Madison, Wisconsin.
Serving as a “forum for dairy producers, companies, organizations and other dairy enthusiasts to come together to compete, and to exchange ideas, knowledge, technology, and commerce,” the Udderly EZ products were prominently featured by several distributors.
Besides the commercial exhibits, the Expo held seminars on such topics as robotic milking systems, A2 milk, transition cow health, mycotoxin in feedstuffs, consumer perceptions, cover crops, and future farm labor.
Eight dairies held virtual farm tours featuring technology and innovation, outstanding milk production and genetics, strong community ties and first-generation immigrant farmers, top-notch cow and calf care and an expanding dairy. There were National 4-H, National Intercollegiate, and International Post-Secondary Dairy Cattle judging contests, as well as international breed shows for Jersey, Milking Shorthorn, Brown Swiss, Ayrshire, Guernsey, Red & White, and Holstein breeds.
But amidst all the considerations for commercial dairies, the small farmer and homesteader wasn’t forgotten … and that’s where the Udderly EZ and Ultimate EZ came into their own. Two distributors included Coburn Dairy Equipment and IVS Veterinary Supplies.
Expos such as these are a prime opportunity for the dairy world to learn about the latest in dairying technology — both large and small.