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TOP DAIRY PRODUCERS DISCUSS MONEY MANAGEMENT ON HOARD'S DAIRYMAN DAIRYLIVESTREAM
Source: Hoard's Dairyman news release

Fort Atkinson, WI - Guest panelists for the Hoard's Dairyman DairyLivestream web broadcast on Wednesday, August 5, 2020 are New York dairy producer, John Mueller and Gordie Jones, Veterinarian, consultant and dairy producer from Wisconsin.

Both come to DairyLivestream with extensive and well recognized backgrounds in dairy production. Mueller's Central New York dairy is built on a foundation of employee investment and development. This commitment expands beyond typical worker benefits and bonuses affecting the farm's culture and bottom line.

Jones brings to the broadcast extensive experience in veterinary care, farm consultation, and dairy ownership. This wide-sweeping net makes him an excellent resource on farm decisions with financial solvency and cow care as foundational pillars.

These two dairy industry leaders will tackle the difficult topics dairy farmers of every size and scale are facing as they adapt to the volatile pandemic economy. Breaching topics that include financial management, employee relations, and business planning, they will share the wisdom they've acquired in their combined 70-plus years of experience in the industry.

Hoard's Dairyman DairyLivestream web broadcasts provide an expert perspective from the country's leading business leaders in a live, interactive environment. These twice-monthly web broadcasts focus on current dairy farm economic impacts, milk processing and hauling, milk markets and dairy product marketing.

Hosted by Hoard's Dairyman Managing Editor, Corey Geiger, regular panelists include Mark Stephenson, UW-Madison Director of Dairy Policy Analysis, Andy Novakovic, Dairy economist and advisor at Cornell University's Dyson School of Applied Economics and Management, and Christopher Wolf, Economics professor at Cornell University's Dyson School of Applied Economics.

Marketers are invited to tune in to this week's broadcast at 11:00 am CDT, Wednesday, August 5, and can register on hoards.com. Sponsorship opportunities for Hoard's Dairyman DairyLivestream broadcasts are also available. Contact your Hoard's Dairyman representative or email marketing@hoards.com for more information.


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