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Energy Efficient Milk Production

What is an energy efficient dairy farm? That will be answered along with how to trim energy costs from your dairy’s energy budget to get there. The presentation will cover refrigeration systems, milk cooling, water heating, heat recovery, the use of variable speed drives for vacuum pumps and milk pumps, ventilation and water fountains.

Also offered at Onsite Locations: UWisconsin-Extension in Taylor County, Buffalo County, Marathon County, and Dane County

Presenter: Scott Sanford, Outreach Specialist – Rural Energy Program, University of Wisconsin

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