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Management

Manage dairy employees, establish farm protocols, take on milk marketing, and become more confident in your farm financials.

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The truth is: One of the best ways to help employees thrive is to offer them feedback. It’s one of the most important tools leaders have to increase a sense of motivation and engagement.

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For dairy producer Josh Waddell, costs were just one reason to examine energy use on his family’s Apple Shamrock Dairy Farms LLC, in Crawford County, Pennsylvania. Directing electricity to where it was needed was also a major factor.

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Months after their dad’s funeral, Jeb and Mark were awkwardly trying to figure out how to work together without their dad’s dominating presence.

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COP26 – the largest gathering of world leaders in the history of our planet to discuss the future of our planet – concluded with much said and unsaid. Big commitments were made in the areas of fossil fuels, deforestation and finance, with specifics laid out about how these commitments can be achieved.

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Dairy farming is a labor-intensive industry. Technology has overtaken most U.S. dairy farms, but farmers still struggle to find laborers and skilled workers to care for milk cows.

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In a previous article, we discussed the skills needed by the next generation of dairy managers. (Read: “Next-level management: The new key to success”).

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