Northeast Dairy Management Conference

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Cornell University

Get the latest information on current trends and topics in the dairy industry

Online registration is open for the Northeast Dairy Management Conference “Focus on the Future” March 11 – 12, 2020 at the Holiday Inn, Liverpool, NY.

Previously known as the NEDPA Conference, this biennial conference will continue to offer high-quality programing targeted to progressive dairy farmers in the Northeast. Hosted by Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY and Northeast Dairy Producers Association, the mission remains the same – to provide the latest information on current trends and topics in the dairy industry through dynamic and informative sessions designed to re-energize businesses and improve performance.

The “Focus on the Future” theme includes sessions that feature diverse topics including: on farm technology; protecting your brand; environmental issues updates; and several presentations on navigating changes resulting from the new agricultural labor legislation. In addition to gaining invaluable information for your dairy operations, this conference creates a valuable opportunity to network with other farmers and industry professionals from throughout the Northeast and beyond.

A sneak peak of presenters at the 2020 conference includes: Jay Waldvogel – Dairy Farmers of America; Steve Bodart – Compeer Financial; Phil Plourd – Blimling and Associates; Cheryl Jones – University of Kentucky; Julio Giordano – Cornell University; Chuck Palmer – Michael Best and Friedrich LLP; Emily Stepp – National Milk Producers Federation; Karl Czymmek – Cornell CALS PRO-DAIRY; Chris Wolf – Cornell University; Tom Wall – Dairy Coach LLC; and Richard Stup – Cornell Ag Workforce Development.



Additional conference highlights include sponsored pre-conference presentations, NEDPA annual meeting, exhibitor trade show, Popp Award Presentations, labor panel, and networking dinner.

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