PDPW World Class Webinar – Market Management

Economist Dan Basse to Share What Farmers Can Expect in the Seasons Ahead, Dec. 18

There’s no end to how global and domestic market reports, projections, and predictions can be evaluated to help producers move their businesses forward.  Tune in Wed., December 18, 2019 from 12:00 – 1:00 p.m., CT to watch the PDPW World Class Webinar – Market Management webinar session “U.S. Dairy: Will the years of financial pain produce lasting grain?”  

 





 

Presented by Professional Dairy Producers® (PDPW), ag economist Dan Basse will help make sense of the complex and interrelated pieces of our ag­riculture markets.  Basse will simplify what the bottom line is in terms of what dairy producers can expect in the markets during the season ahead and give a clearer picture of what’s happening around the globe. 

Dan Basse has been in the commodity business since 1979 and is President of AgResource Company, a domestic and international agricultural research firm in Chicago that forecasts domestic and world agricultural price trends. AgResource provides their research to multiple segments of the industry including farmers, elevators, soy, corn, wheat processors and millers, food and trading compa­nies, meat packers, importers and exporters, and their research is sold around the globe.

Participants who register can watch the session live and/or view a fully recorded version thereafter.

 





 

To learn more and to register, visit www.pdpw.org or contact PDPW at 800-947-7379.  All past PDPW World Class Webinars are available on the PDPW Webinar Library. To access the library of resources, visit https://pdpw.org/webinar-library/.

Professional Dairy Producers (PDPW) is the nation’s largest dairy producer-led organization of its kind, focusing on producer professionalism, stakeholder engagement and unified outreach to share ideas, solutions, resources and experiences that help dairy producers succeed.

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