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The Dairy Research Partnership online conference will share the outcomes of research projects undertaken as part of our Dairy Research Partnership Initiative, led by the University of Nottingham.
Booking will open later in the year.
11:00 – 11:05: Chair’s introduction. Dr Jenny Gibbons, Senior Animal Health and Welfare Scientist at AHDB
11:05 – 11:25: Reputation factors that are important to consumers – looking across environment & welfare. Susie Stannard, Consumer Insight Manager, AHDB
11:25 – 11:40: Duty, grass and fellow cows: Perceptions of dairy farming among the UK public. Amy Jackson, PhD Researcher, University of Nottingham
11:40 – 11:55: Dairy cow housing: the impact of living space on productivity, health and welfare. Jake Thompson, PhD Researcher, University of Nottingham
11:55 – 12:05: Dairy Calf Strategy. Nic Parsons/Duncan Wyatt, AHDB
12:05 – 12:20: Question and Answer session
12:20 – 12:25: Summary by Chair. Dr Jenny Gibbons, Senior Animal Health and Welfare Scientist, AHDB
12:25 – 12:35: Pre-recorded PhD Showcase – Optimising lying comfort. Laura Shewbridge Carter, PhD Researcher, Harper Adams University
Our five-year Dairy Research Partnership initiative began in June 2016. It was funded by AHDB Dairy (£1,700,000) with financial contributions from the academic partners - University of Nottingham, Harper Adams University, Royal Veterinary College and SRUC - bringing the total to £2,100,000.
The partnership, led by University of Nottingham, addresses three of our strategic priorities:
Learn about the seven work packages in the Dairy Research Partnership Programme by visiting our webpage.