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

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During a 12-year career with MilkPEP and the “got milk?” campaign, Melissa Malcolm-Cullison focused her attention to creating awareness of the need for dairy, especially milk, in America’s food banks through programs such as The Great American Milk Drive, initiated in 2014.

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Employees on your farm may be exposed to a wide variety of respiratory hazards such as vapors, molds, dust and gases. It is important to consider what respiratory hazards may be present on your dairy and then determine what controls will offer the best protection to your employees.

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Farm families are stuck when it comes to getting everyone to the kitchen table to talk about timelines for transition of labor, management and ownership of the farm.

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With the increased perception of conflict in society, employees may have a difficult time accepting negative feedback or managing conflict among team members. Especially with dairy farm teams that often involve family members, unresolved conflict can be detrimental to the productivity of your operation.

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For Pennsylvania dairy farmers Donny and Shari Bartch, working through a complex and lengthy transition process, combined with their passion for innovation and technology, has positioned the family’s Merrimart Farms for the future.

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The decade of 2020 has already been a financial and emotional roller coaster. David Kohl, professor emeritus, Virginia Tech University, suggests the next decade will be a turbulent ride of extreme economic volatility.

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