Looking Ahead for Dairy Webinar-May 21

Over the last couple months, the dairy industry has experienced increased turmoil.   We’ve heard about milk being dumped, grocery stores limiting milk purchases, dairy markets sliding, and processors asking farms for continued reduced milk production.  What is going on and what can we do to get through this?

“Looking Ahead for Dairy” is the fifth webinar in the “Farm Management Through a Crisis: Part of the Supporting Farmers During Challenging Times Series”.  Please note the new start time of 11 am.

May 21 Agenda:

  • Dairy Markets: Where Are We At and Where Are We Headed? – Dr. Mark Stephenson, Director of the UW Center for Dairy Profitability
  • Taking Care of Yourself, So You Can Take Care of Business – Karen Dickrell, Human Development and Relationships Educator, Extension Outagamie County
  • Cash Flowing to the Other Side – Dr. Kevin Bernhardt, Professor of Agricultural Economics, UW-Platteville & UW Center for Dairy Profitability

There is no charge for the webinar, and it is open to everyone who has an interest in this topic.

Please register for this free webinar at: https://go.wisc.edu/1cj5b4

Registration deadline is 4:30 pm on Wednesday, May 20. Connection information will be emailed before 9:30 am on May 21.

Please direct any questions to Extension Agriculture Educators Steph Plaster at stephanie.plaster@wisc.edu or Amber O’Brien at amber.obrien@wisc.edu.

This program is sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension with special support from the following Extension Educators: Amber O’Brien, Calumet County; Scott Gunderson, Manitowoc County; Kevin Jarek & Sarah Grotjan, Outagamie County; Scott Reuss, Marinette County; Kimberly Schmidt, Shawano County; Aerica Bjurstrom, Kewaunee County; Liz Binversie, Brown County; Greg Blonde, Waupaca County; John Thompson, Winnebago County; Joe Zimbric, Fond du Lac & Dodge Counties; Tina Kohlman, Fond du Lac County; Mike Ballweg, Sheboygan County; and Steph Plaster, Ozaukee & Washington Counties.

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