Registration is now open for the twelfth annual Dairy Monetary and Threat Administration Convention, titled “Turning the Web page,” on Sept. 12.
Designed to assist attendees handle altering markets and navigate development and transitions, the occasion shall be on the Greatest Western Premier in Harrisburg, Pa.
Dairy monetary consultants, lending representatives and dairy producers can register on-line at centerfordairyexcellence.org.
This yr’s convention will assist dairy professionals plan by studying learn how to create a transition or retirement plan, defend their dangers and create profitable development methods within the post-pandemic period.
With three featured audio system and a panel of dairy cooperatives and impartial processors, attendees will be taught from skilled dairy professionals who’ve experience in utilized economics, threat administration, dairy coverage, money circulation evaluation, dairy processing, public affairs and extra.
Featured audio system embrace:
Marin Bozic —“A 2021-22 Dairy Market Outlook: Altering PPDs and Dairy Threat Methods.” Bozic is an assistant professor within the Division of Utilized Economics on the College of Minnesota. His analysis program in dairy economics covers dairy coverage, threat administration, demand for dairy meals and economics of latest dairy meals processing applied sciences.
Pete Gelber — “Bringing in Non-Household Dairy Companions.” Gelber is a dairy farmer from Barrington Dairies in Montezuma, Ga. He was born within the Bronx and spent summers in upstate New York the place he labored on a 30-cow dairy.
Lamar King — “Retirement Planning: What’s After Dairying?” King is a monetary adviser and vice chairman of relationship growth at Naked Wealth Advisors.
The dairy cooperative and impartial processor panelists embrace Chuck Turner, president of Turner Dairy Farms, a household enterprise that his grandfather began in 1930 at its current location in suburban Pittsburgh; Jennifer Huson, a senior director of council affairs and business relations for Dairy Farmers of America; and Troye Cooper, director of operations and member companies for Maryland & Virginia Milk Producers Cooperative Affiliation Inc.
The associated fee to attend is $200 per individual, discounted to $150 for individuals who are representatives of the Middle for Dairy Excellence Allies for Development. This occasion is being deliberate as an in-person occasion with digital choices being explored.
For extra info and to register for the occasion, go to centerfordairyexcellence.org or name Zach Myers at 717-346-0849.
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