Biological, economic, and regulatory considerations for selective dry cow therapy
Recorded On: 10/03/2020
Daryl Nydam grew up in New York where his grandparents owned a small farm and his father was a dairy veterinarian. He earned a BS in BioChemisty, University of New York–Geneseo and a DVM at Cornell. While living in Vermont, he entered private clinical practice. Daryl returned to Cornell for a PhD in epidemiology. Currently he is Professor of dairy health and production in the Ambulatory section and Quality Milk Production Services and Faculty Director of the Cornell Atkinson Center for Sustainability.