DBA to hold Dairy Expansion Symposium in Green Bay

2012-01-26T16:41:00Z DBA to hold Dairy Expansion Symposium in Green Bay Agri-View
January 26, 2012 4:41 pm

Dairy producers and businesses can now sign up for the Dairy Business Association's seventh annual Expansion Symposium, scheduled for Feb. 21-22 in Green Bay. The event will be held at the KI Center and will address the issues and topics that affect Wisconsin's dairy business.

The first day will focus on the advantages of turbulent ventilation, and improving leadership and management styles. There will also be a panel discussion on risk management and dairy price volatility.

On Wednesday, attendees will hear from speakers about streamlining the DNR's general permit process, being prepared for an OSHA visit on your farm, look at incremental revenue during expansion, and making the end of world hunger a reality.

There will also be a $1,000 cash giveaway that attendees will be eligible to sign-up for.

Trade show displays throughout the symposium will provide vendors and organizations the opportunity to showcase their products and services and allows attendees to see the latest industry trends.

The cost to attend the Expansion Symposium is $175 for DBA Corporate members and $220 for non-members. The special producer rate is $110 per person.

For more information or to sign-up for the Expansion Symposium, go to www.widba.com or call 920-866-9991.

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