Cassy Streeter is based in Ithaca, New York, Dairy One Forage Laboratory. As the NIR Services Manager, Cassy oversees the Network of Affiliated Labs, daily NIR production, and leads several NIR projects. Cassy started her career with Dairy One in 2011 after completing a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science and then her Master of Science in Animal Genetics from Cornell University.
Kimberley (our Feed Testing Coordinator) & Cassy communicate regularly, ensuring all things Feed Testing happens smoothly and accurately. One day, once COVID disappears, we’d love to have Cassy come and visit our Lab in Toowoomba.
Buyers Update (by Tim Ford) Trade was brisk up until the middle of last week and then slowed to take a breath as the current weather front unfolds. This is quite typical of the Fodder market, but even as I pen this brief report, enquiries are building again; I
Buyers Update (by Tim Ford) The rain has fallen, bringing the season break for many in the south. The western QLD rain is of particular note, with many receiving around 200mm this week and breaking long term historical records. For many out there, this has been drought breaking rain
Bales wrapped in plastic are commonly referred to as Silage Bales. These Silage bales are often wrapped in colourful plastic. We are often asked if these different colours of wrap mean anything? Hay Bales or Silage Bales wrapped in different colours has no real meaning. The different colours are