The latest news from Nobis Agri Science

The latest news from Nobis Agri Science

Nobis Agri Science is dedicated to providing the best, most progressive services in the agricultural industry. From dairy cow feed manufacturing and ruminant nutrition to nutritional consulting and forage sampling, our team seeks to expand their knowledge through continuous learning and ongoing training. To learn more about our team, our mission and our pursuit to provide the industry's best bulk cow feed, view our news articles below.

Country music star Luke Bryan heading to Michigan’s Stafford Farms

Country music star Luke Bryan heading to Michigan’s Stafford Farms

9/4/2019

Richland is home to one traffic light, one grocery store and fewer than 1,000 residents. A Farm Tour scout contacted Stafford Farms in November of last year looking for a farmer in the area to host a show. According to Lori, the Staffords chose Bob and Kay Willmarth’s land, which the family rents, to host the concert. 

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Dealing with 2019 Corn Silage Crop

Dealing with 2019 Corn Silage Crop

8/30/2019

The spring of 2019 was, in many areas, one of the wettest recorded. This was on top of saturated grounds from record rainfall in the months before. As a result, there will be lots of immature corn silage to deal with this harvest season. 

Tags: Corn Silage

10 Ways to Improve Early Lactation Performance and Peak Milk Yield

10 Ways to Improve Early Lactation Performance and Peak Milk Yield

8/26/2019

Peak milk is the highest recorded test day milk production in a cow’s first 150 days in milk (DIM). Historically, producers used peak milk as a measure of the success of dry period and early lactation nutrition and management. Peak milk indicates how well the cow responds to feeding practices during the dry period, calving and early lactation periods.

Tags: Management Tips; Milk Yield; Transition Cows

Top 3 Ways Delayed Planting Can Effect Silage Quality

Top 3 Ways Delayed Planting Can Effect Silage Quality

8/12/2019

The effects of delayed planting are still being felt, and silage quality may be another potential victim. The good news is producers can make adjustments during harvest and ensiling to maximize the quality and quantity of silage available to feed.

Tags: Management Tips; Silage

Body condition score changes affect pregnancy rates

The High Fertility Cycle

8/6/2019

Over the past two decades, a reproduction revolution has occurred in the dairy industry. The development of fertility programs and their adoption by the dairy industry over the past decade has largely driven this reproduction revolution. Yet reproductive performance can vary dramatically among herds that use the exact same fertility programs. Although variation among herds in protocol compliance remains an issue, it cannot explain all of this variation.

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Nobis Agri Marketplace: First Time Download & Login

7/31/2019

Here is a step-by-step guide on how to download, install and login to Nobis Agri Marketplace for the first time. 

Tags: Company News

Michigan’s June milk production counter to national trends

Michigan’s June milk production counter to national trends

7/26/2019

Michigan dairy producers can take full credit for the overall national increase in total milk production for June, according to the latest USDA Great Lakes NASS office production report.

Tags: Industry Trends, Milk Production

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Order Your Feed Smarter with Nobis Agri Marketplace

7/16/2019

Nobis Agri Marketplace is the smarter way to order feed on the go. It is fast, easy to use resource for your operation. Available in app stores soon!

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Be Prepared: 2019 Corn Silage Will Be Different From Years Past

7/9/2019

Due to the late planting year, silage across the midwest will be effected. The growing season weather and the timing of the first frost will determine the quality.

Tags: Corn Silage

Six Ways To Manage Heat Stress

6/27/2019

Calf hutches offer many advantages for raising preweaned dairy calves, but unfortunately they lack the climate-control features possible in larger barns. In the heat of summer, that can result in a greater likelihood of calves experiencing heat stress.

Tags: Heat Stress Management