Sept. 19 2016 08:00 AM

JUCD


Fully interactive CD using audio, visual and navigation capabilities. Each section includes interactive quizzes. In English & Spanish. Contents include: 1 Parts of a Cow; 2 Learning to Judge: udder, feet & legs; frame; body capacity; dairy character; 3 Judging a Class: brief first look; your turn to judge; an expert gives reasons...and more! Includes judging resources and forms. Produced by UW-Madison's Babcock Institute. Ted Halbach, as University of Wisconsin-Madison extension outreach specialist, coordinates and supports dairy youth programs in Wisconsin. He also teaches dairy cattle evaluation and coaches the school's dairy judging team as an instructor in the Department of Dairy Science.

Badger Dairy Camp and "The Rules are Black and White and they apply to all breeds" dairy show ethics video and booklet are examples of some of the innovative and award-winning extension programs he has initiated.

Ted was an owner and co-manager of Marana Dairy Farms in Arizona. The farm milked 600 registered Holsteins and Brown Swiss. Marana's Holsteins won Premier Breeder Awards at 5 Western National Shows and had animals of both breeds nominated for All-American.

He has judged each of the dairy breeds at 15 different state, regional, and national shows. Judging assignments have also taken him to Brazil and Puerto Rico. Ted has served on the Holstein World's All-American judge's panel seven times and was a member of the 2003 All-Time All-American judges committee.

He has judged each of the dairy breeds at 15 different state, regional, and national shows. Judging assignments have also taken him to Brazil and Puerto Rico. Ted has served on the Holstein World's All-American judge's panel seven times and was a member of the 2003 All-Time All-American judges committee.

Dr. David Dickson is Professor Emeritus of Dairy Science at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Former Chairman of the Department of Dairy Science and Extension Dairy Specialist at the University, he continues to help coach the dairy cattle judging teams at UW-Madison. Teams under his tutelage have won more than 40 collegiate contests including six national championships.

Dr. Dickson has judged national Holstein and Brown Swiss shows in more than twenty countries in Central and South America, Europe, as well as in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Japan. He was the first American to judge the European Championship Holstein Show and the New Zealand Royal Agricultural Holstein Show. He has led judging conferences throughout the U.S. and in Italy, Belgium, Canada, Australia, Spain and Japan.

Laurie Winkelman graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in May 2003 with a double major in Dairy Science and Agricultural Journalism. She is currently at Ohio State University pursuing her master's in ruminant nutrition.

An accomplished dairy judge at the UW-Madison, Laurie was a member of five winning teams at the collegiate level and was high individual at three collegiate contests. Finishing her judging career on a high note, Laurie was a member of the winning team at the 2002 National Intercollegiate Dairy Judging Contest and was named High Individual at the contest. Laurie remains actively involved on Twinkle-Hill Farm in Watertown, Wisconsin. She assists with breeding and management decisions on the registered Brown Swiss and Holstein herd.

Peter Rindal is a senior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison majoring in Dairy Science with a business emphasis. After graduation, he plans to pursue a career in Extension, education, or the dairy genetics industry.

Pete has first-hand experience working with youth, having interned as the Wisconsin Dairy Youth Extension Program Assistant during the summer of 2003. His innovative ideas and enthusiasm contributed a great deal to the state's dairy youth program.

In addition to coursework and internships, Pete is a member of the UW-Madison Dairy Judging Team. At the 2004 National Contest he earned All-American honors finishing in the top five individuals of two breeds and was a member of the winning team in oral reasons.

$ 25.00
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