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GET AN UPDATE: A webinar presented by I-29 Moo University on May 17 will review USDA’s Dairy Revenue Protection and Dairy Margin Coverage programs.

Dairy farmers urged to tune in to May 17 webinar

Risk management tools for dairy producers will be highlight of upcoming webinar.

The I-29 Moo University will host a webinar to review USDA’s Dairy Revenue Protection and Dairy Margin Coverage programs at noon May 17. Presenters for the webinar will include:

  • Marin Bozic, assistant professor in economics at the University of Minnesota.
  • Josh Newton, crop insurance team leader with Compeer Financial.
  • Cassandra Monger, dairy industry specialist with Compeer Financial.

Bozic will outline developments in the Dairy Revenue Protection program and how dairy producers are benefitting from it, as well as provide forecasts for the next year.

Newton and Monger will focus on the Dairy Revenue Protection program from a lender’s perspective, including results from the first quarter in 2019. They will discuss how the Dairy Revenue Protection program is set up to serve each dairy producer operation, how it fits into a producer’s overall risk management plan, and execution of the program from application to endorsement.

No fee or preregistration required

There is no fee or preregistration required for the webinar. Producers can access the webinar at noon on May 17 by visiting connect.extension.iastate.edu/isuedairy.

The I-29 Moo University is a consortium of Extension dairy specialists from Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota and South Dakota. Now in its 13th year, the consortium provides resources and education to enhance a sustainable dairy community along the I-29 corridor by focusing on best management practices, utilization of research-based expertise and resources, and advocating the benefits of a vibrant dairy community.

For more information about this webinar or other I-29 Moo University programs, contact Fred M. Hall, dairy specialist with Iowa State University Extension and Outreach at 712-737-4230 or fredhall@iastate.edu.

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