PDPW Hosts Educational Programming and Dairy Industry Meetings in December

PDPW Hosts Educational Programming and Dairy Industry Meetings in December

Food & Policy Summit, Transition Cow Workshop and Economic Trends Webinar on Tap for December

PDPW Hosts Educational Programming and Dairy Industry Meetings in DecemberDAIRY NEWS – From improving cow health and nutrition, to identifying industry-wide opportunities to build consumer trust, the Professional Dairy Producers® (PDPW) will be offering educational programs to dairy farmers and industry professionals this December.

As a producer-led group, PDPW trainings and events bring dynamic education in a variety of mediums to help farmers and industry professionals stay at the forefront of issues impacting their businesses and to be on the leading-edge of technologies and practices for managing today’s high-performing modern dairy farm.

December training and educational events include:

·        Dec. 6-7, Madison, Wis. – Food & Policy Summit

·        Dec. 12, Eau Claire, Wis. – Transition Cow Workshop

·        Dec. 13, Appleton, Wis. – Transition Cow Workshop

·        Dec. 20, Online – World Class Webinars: Dairy Economic Forecast & Trends

PDPW Food & Policy Summit, Dec. 6-7 in Madison, from 12:30 p.m. to 7:15 p.m. on Dec. 6 and 9:30 a.m. to 3:15 p.m. on Dec. 7.  Progressive dairy farmers, industry CEOs, food system department executives and key decision makers and thought leaders will come together in a two-day collaborative event to build a more proactive and prepared dairy meat and milk sector.  A full slate of top speakers – from social science to dairy science, the 10 experts will address some of the most challenging issues for today’s dairy industry — from GMOs, gene editing, hormones, environment, antibiotic use, market access and exports.  Participants can earn up to 9 Dairy AdvanCE CE credits and up to 11.4 UW School of Veterinary Medicine (UW-SVM) CE credits.

PDPW Transition Cow Workshop, Dec. 12 in Eau Claire, and Dec. 13 in Appleton, from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., each day. Take your transition cow program from excellent to elite at this one-day workshop. Dr. Mike Van Amburgh from Cornell University, Dr. Heather White from UW-Madison, Dr. Katie Mrdutt with Food Armor Foundation, and Dr. John Garber from Valley Veterinary Clinic, will share the latest research on health, nutrition and management techniques that dairy owners, nutritionists and veterinarians can put to work immediately.  Participants can earn up to 4.5 Dairy AdvanCE CE credits, up to 5 ARPAS CE credits, and up to 5.4 UW-SVM CE credits.

World Class Webinars: Dairy Economic Forecast and Trends, Dec. 20 from noon to 1 p.m. CT, via online webinar. Dan Basse, economist and president of AgResource Company, will bring his experience and expertise to provide insights on what’s ahead for the dairy industry in the U.S. and around the world.  He will review numbers, trends and forecasts to give dairy producers and industry professionals economic insights as they look ahead to 2018 and beyond.

Dairy AdvanCE is the nation’s go-to resource for continuing education in dairy. Find vetted trainings from trusted education providers, track and manage CE credits, and report your CEs through your secure transcript. Subscribe and learn more at DairyAdvance.org or watch the video.

To learn more about December PDPW trainings and events, and to register, visit www.pdpw.org or contact PDPW at 1-800-947-7379.

Professional Dairy Producers (PDPW) is the nation’s largest dairy producer-led, grassroots organization of its kind, focusing on education, networking and professional development to shares ideas, solutions, resources and experiences that help dairy producers succeed. 


PDPW Hosts Educational Programming and Dairy Industry Meetings in December