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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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As a Hudson Institute-certified coach, I have been taught to always ask, “How old are you?” This is not rude. This is a helpful piece of information to assess what key issues need to be talked about. Scott Zimmer of Bridgeworks has helped me with decoding helpful language for communication between the generations.

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As dairy businesses evolve and the economics of agriculture changes, farmers today are collaborating in ways that would have been unthinkable a generation ago, according to Farm Credit East’s Jan Bitter.

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They say in the software industry that it’s better to own a slice of the watermelon than the whole raisin. Yet these city people don’t think the same principles can apply to a farmer.

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Pest control comes in many forms. Although fly season is over, birds, rats and mice can be just as costly to dairy farmers.

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There is no question the ongoing narrative concerning climate change and the various “man-induced” gas (including ammonia, carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide) emissions includes agriculture in numerous ways.

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One responsibility of my first full-time job was to survey fluid milk cases in supermarkets. I gathered information with regard to products on the shelves, their placement and price.

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