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VIRTUAL DAIRY EXPERIENCE: COVID-19 has changed everything this year, including the format of the annual Dairy Financial and Risk Management Conference, which will now be held virtually on Sept. 15-16.

'Navigate the numbers' with virtual dairy risk conference

The 11th annual Dairy Financial and Risk Management Conference will be held Sept. 15-16.

Change is everywhere. Knowing the numbers can help your dairy farm clients navigate new terrain.

Join the Center for Dairy Excellence for the 11th annual Dairy Financial and Risk Management Conference, titled “Navigating the Numbers,” on Sept. 15-16 from 9-11:30 a.m. 

Featured speakers and topics for this year’s conference include:

  • Sept. 15 — “Understanding Insurance Options,” with Mark Goodhart, risk consultant and corporate vice president at Strickler Agency Inc. 
  • Sept. 15 — Dairy producer panel with Mike Hosterman, AgChoice Farm Credit; and Glenn Kline, Y-Run Farms LLC; Rodney Hissong, Mercer-Vu Farms Inc.; and Mark Mosemann, Misty Mountain Dairy LLC
  • Sept. 16 — “Market Dynamics,” with Matthew Gould, president of Dairy and Food Market Analyst Inc. 
  • Sept. 16 — “Change Management” with Jennifer Garrett, president and founder of JG Consulting Services, LLC

Registration for the conference is available online. To sign up for email updates and receive more information about the event format, schedule, speakers and more, visit the Center for Dairy Excellence online or call at 717-346-0849.

You only need to register once to receive access to both days of the event. Since the conference is transitioning to virtual, the cost to attend is $80 per person, discounted to $60 for representatives of organizations listed as a Center Allies for Advancement.

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