EuroDairy will be holding a webinar on managing heat stress in dairy cattle on Tuesday 31st July at 7pm.

Join this EuroDairy webinar where Albert De Vries, Professor, Department of Animal Science, University of Florida, USA will discuss both the short and long-term strategies for managing heat stress in dairy cattle. He will discuss tips around management in the shorter-term, with longer-term strategies such as implementing cooling mechanisms.

To register for the webinar click here.

About the speaker

Prof. Albert De Vries - University of Florida
Prof. Albert De Vries - University of Florida

Albert De Vries is currently a professor in the Department of Animal Sciences at the University of Florida. He grew up on a dairy and pig farm in the Netherlands. He went to Wageningen University where he received a B.Sc and M.Sc in Animal Science, including a qualification in agricultural economics in 1991. In 1995, he went to the US to pursue a Ph.D. in Animal Sciences at the University of Minnesota with a focus on dairy science, applied economics, operations research, and statistics.

After graduating in 2001, Albert took up a role at the University of Florida. His research interests include the optimisation of culling and replacement strategies, statistical process control, economics of reproduction and genetics, and precision dairy farming. In his advisory role, he works alongside the allied dairy industry and dairy farmers on farm financial management, and the practical application of dairy systems research.