Dairy Sheep

Great Lakes Dairy Sheep Symposium/DSANA

1st GLDSS 1995  10th GLDSS 2004  19th DSANA 2013
2nd GLDSS 1996  11th GLDSS 2005 20th DSANA 2014
3rd GLDSS 1997  12th GLDSS 2006  21st DSANA 2015
4th GLDSS 1998  13th GLDSS 2007  22nd DSANA 2016
5th GLDSS 1999  14th GLDSS 2008
6th GLDSS 2000  15th GLDSS 2009
7th GLDSS 2001  16th GLDSS 2010
8th GLDSS 2002  17th GLDSS 2011
9th GLDSS 2003  18th DSANA  2012

Dairy Sheep Association of North America

Proceedings 21st Dsana Symp 10-28-151_Part1

Table of Contents

  • CHALLENGES GETTING STARTED: PRODUCER PERSPECTIVE, Abe and Sam Enloe,  page 1
  • CHALLENGES TO LAUNCHING A CHEESE BUSINESS – INSIGHTS FROM A SMALL BUSINESS TWO YEARS IN, Anna Landmark, page 2
  • PERSPECTIVES ON SURVIVING AND GROWING IN DAIRY SHEEP PRODUCTION, Bill Halligan, page 5
  • PERSPECTIVES ON SURVIVING AND GROWING IN THE SHEEP DAIRY INDUSTRY, Brenda & Dean Jensen, page 8
  • A PERSPECTIVE OF ACHIEVING A PROFITABLE DAIRY SHEEP BUSINESS, David Galton, page 10
  • MILKING MACHINE BASICS AND SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS FOR SMALL RUMINANTS, Doug Reinemann, page 13
  • UDDER HEALTH FOR PRODUCTION OF QUALITY SHEEP MILK, Pamela L. Ruegg, page 17
  • MARKETS AND MARKETING OF SHEEP MILK CHEESES, Jeanne Carpenter, page 24
  • NON-GMO LABELING AND ARTISAN CHEESE PRODUCTION, Cathy Strange, page 27
  • EXPERIENCE WITH REARING LAMBS THAT DO NOT NURSE A EWE, Russell L. Burgett, page 32
  • BEST PRACTICES FOR RAISING LAMBS ON MILK REPLACER, Tom Earleywine, page 35
  • FINDING AND KEEPING GOOD FARM LABOR – MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND LABOR LAWS, Jennifer R. Blazek, page 44
  • COMPARATIVE DIGESTION STRATEGIES AND PROTEIN NUTRITION OF LACTATING DAIRY COW, SHEEP AND GOATS, Michel A. Wattiaux, page 55
  • ADAPTATIONS FOR FEEDING DAIRY SHEEP, Russell L. Burgett, page 70
  • DEVELOPING AND MAINTAINING A HEALTHY DAIRY SHEEP FLOCK, Michael J. Maroney, page 74
  • ESTIMATED BREEDING VALUES DO PREDICT FUTURE PERFORMANCE, Thomas W. Murphy, page 80
  • EFFECTS OF BREED AND HYBRID VIGOR ON LAMB SURVIVAL, Vera C. Ferreira, Guilherme J. M. Rosa, Yves M. Berger, and David L. Thomas, page 86
  • Recipients of the William J. Boylan Distinguished Service Award, page 89
  • Locations and Chairs of the Organizing Committees of Previous Symposia, page 90
  • Brief History and Presidents of the Dairy Sheep Association of North America, page 91
  • Information from the Symposium Sponsors, page 92

Proceedings 21st Dsana Symp 10-28-151_Part2 (sponsors of the 2015 event)

Proceedings of the 20th Great Lakes Dairy Sheep Symposium

PRINCIPLES AND RULES OF INTENSIVE GRAZING, Woody Lane
BEGINNING CHEESEMAKING, Gianaclis CaldwellBIOTRACK: A RECORD KEEPING SYSTEM FOR DAIRY AND MEAT SHEEP, Terry McNeely
EXTENDING THE GRAZING SEASON WITH IRRIGATION, NEW FORAGES, AND RENOVATION, Woody Lane
MILK QUALITY AND DAIRY HYGIENE, Gianaclis Caldwell
LARGE SHEEP AND GOAT DAIRIES IN EUROPE,  Yves Berger
MILKING INTERVAL AND OTHER SHEEP RESEARCH PROJECTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON, David L. Thomas, Russell L. Burgett, Hannah Stellrecht, Todd A. Taylor, Tom W. Murphy, M. J. Maroney, and K.M. Nelson
DAIRY EWE NUTRITION, Michael L. Thonney
BLACK SHEEP CREAMERY, Brad and Meg Gregory

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