Resources by Jeremy Daubert

Title Available As Summary Date ID Author
Dairy Pipeline, September 2017 Sep 4, 2017 DASC-104NP
Dairy Pipeline, January/February 2015
This DAIRY PIPELINE contains timely, scientifically based, useful and applicable information that we seek to share with the dairy industry each month. We welcome use of this material in appropriate publications as well as for the formulation of recommendations. If you redistribute an article, we ask for a courtesy notification to be emailed to dascweb@vt.edu with the article title and the publication in which it will appear.
Jan 7, 2015 DASC-45NP
Dairy Pipeline, May 2015
This DAIRY PIPELINE contains timely, scientifically based, useful and applicable information that we seek to share with the dairy industry each month. We welcome use of this material in appropriate publications as well as for the formulation of recommendations. If you redistribute an article, we ask for a courtesy notification to be emailed to dascweb@vt.edu with the article title and the publication in which it will appear.
Apr 29, 2015 DASC-50NP
Dairy Pipeline, October 2015
This DAIRY PIPELINE contains timely, scientifically based, useful and applicable information that we seek to share with the dairy industry each month. We welcome use of this material in appropriate publications as well as for the formulation of recommendations. If you redistribute an article, we ask for a courtesy notification to be emailed to dascweb@vt.edu with the article title and the publication in which it will appear.
Sep 30, 2015 DASC-59NP
Dairy Pipeline, September 2016
This DAIRY PIPELINE contains timely, scientifically based, useful and applicable information that we seek to share with the dairy industry each month. We welcome use of this material in appropriate publications as well as for the formulation of recommendations. If you redistribute an article, we ask for a courtesy notification to be emailed to dascweb@vt.edu with the article title and the publication in which it will appear.
Sep 9, 2016 DASC-88NP
A Fine Line — Biosecurity: Part I
Like most things in life there is a fine line between protecting your farm from biosecurity risks and letting people know what you do. Should you gate the entrance of your farm to keep everyone one out or do you invite the general public onto the farm on a regular basis? In addition to the daily grind of dairy farming, every producer needs to ponder the ramifications of these decisions.
Sep 9, 2016
Dairy Pipeline, October 2016
This DAIRY PIPELINE contains timely, scientifically based, useful and applicable information that we seek to share with the dairy industry each month. We welcome use of this material in appropriate publications as well as for the formulation of recommendations. If you redistribute an article, we ask for a courtesy notification to be emailed to dascweb@vt.edu with the article title and the publication in which it will appear.
Sep 29, 2016 DASC-89NP
Biosecurity: Part II
Biosecurity on a dairy farm requires a plan to minimize the risk of disease outbreak. Some farms consider themselves to be “closed” herds, but even these herds need to take steps to reduce the risk of an outbreak. Unless no people, wildlife or vehicles ever enter the farm, it’s not truly a “closed” herd. Farms that do not regularly bring in outside animals are still at risk.
Sep 29, 2016