VAS is proud to be offering both live and on-demand webinars to our customers. VAS webinars will cover a range of subjects, from industry related topics to VAS product specific demonstrations.  Below you can view all live and on-demand webinars available. 

Current list of upcoming Live webinars

KetoMonitor Delivers Big Picture Insights

Thursday, JULY 29, 2021 | 1:00 PM CT

New data analysis has revealed the multifaceted impact and implications of ketosis on a herd. Since 2015, VAS’ KetoMonitor tool has been helping farmers track subclinical ketosis within their herds using a milk sample. Dr. Heather White, University of Wisconsin, will highlight the insights found in tracking cows flagged for subclinical ketosis and how we can leverage that information for better management. Taliah Danzinger, VAS, will then demonstrate how to apply the data from KetoMonitor on your farm, including real life examples and use cases.

VAS / Förster-Technik Informational Webinar

Thursday, JULY 29, 2021 | 1:00 PM CT

As market leader in their areas, Förster-Technik and VAS have teamed up to exchange data for calves to streamline the working process of modern dairy farmers. With this partnership, there is a permanent cloud-to-cloud data exchange between the VAS PULSE Platform and Förster-Technik’s calf-cloud.com. Learn more about each of these great system and how they work together for customer ease.

Manure Matters: Analysis, Management and Trends

Tuesday, August 10, 2021 | 11:00 AM CT

VAS has analyzed thousands of manure samples from dairy and swine operations and we’re sharing the trends we’ve seen and how to use that data on your farm. Join VAS Laboratories for a free webinar with Dr. Jim Friedericks and 4-R Nutrient Management Planner, Haily Sand. They’ll provide tips on how to leverage available manure data, prep for sustainable manure applications and maximize manure as a vital nutrient source.

On-Demand webinars available to view

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