Protect Your Young Herd:

An Essential “How To” in Proper Calf Care Sanitation


Thursday October 8, 2020

Time:  10:30 am – 11:00 am CST


Why compromise your future herd?  With so many bacteria strains, it is absolutely critical that you select the correct cleaning & sanitation products to maximize the cleaning power of your routines which will greatly reduce the risk of exposure of your young herd. Unfortunately, Cleaning and Sanitation is an often-overlooked area of raising calves. We will be discussing proper cleaning protocols, tools, and products that should be implemented in your facility. Join us as we look at some of the best calf care facilities via pictures and video.  Other topics include:


  • Environmental Challenges
  • Bacteria Control
  • Implementation of proper calf room
  • Proper Cleaning & Sanitation practices & procedures
  • Use of application equipment


Who should attend?

  • Farm Managers, Herdspersons, Calf Care Managers, Calf Growers, Veterinarians & other dairy industry leaders and decision makers


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James Martin (Animal Health and Hygiene Specialist @ProActive Solutions USA)
James has over 30 years of animal industry leadership experience in both artificial insemination of dairy and beef cattle and also dairy chemical and sanitation applications. Degree from the Pennsylvania State University in Animal Science.

Jeremy Arendt (Ag Business Development & Key Accounts Manager @ProActive Solutions USA)
Jeremy has been working in milk quality for the past 17 years.

He has worked as field representative as well as animal health and hygiene specialist before becoming sales manager He holds a degree from Michigan State University in Agricultural Business as well as short course in Dairy Management.

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