The meetings scheduled this week on the topic of the California quota program have been postponed, according to a message from the United Dairy Families of California. Set originally for Sept. 25 and 26 in Tulare and Modesto, the meetings have been postponed.
The UDF organizers say, “Our Phase 1 ‘Think Tank’ events were a great success! The responses and ideas that our community contributed will help shape the history of our industry in California, and we are honored to facilitate having your voice heard. We are working diligently towards integrating the data collected in Phase 1 into a series of presentations.”
“Due to the overwhelming amount of community involvement in Phase 1, the task is taking us a little longer than we expected! The Phase 2 meetings have been postponed until the presentations are ready to be delivered.
“At the Phase 2 Producer Feedback meetings, Dr. Marin Bozic and Matt Gould will present the concepts generated in the Phase 1 meetings alongside the presentations. Attendees will have the opportunity to provide feedback on these ideas.”
New dates for the follow-up meetings have not been announced.