February 4-5, 2021 Virtual via Zoom
Since 2003, the Great Lakes Regional Dairy Conference (GLRDC) has been dedicated to helping dairy producers learn new ways of increasing their profitability by doing more with less.
Thanks to support from generous industry supporters, the GLRDC has earned a reputation as a top educational conference. With the current state of milk prices and ever-increasing consumer demands, dairy producers are facing a volatile environment. Attend this year’s Great Lakes Regional Dairy Conference to arm yourself with the knowledge, tools and strategies to help ensure your future in dairy.
Dairy Industry Recognition
In addition to our quality line-up of educational speakers, we will once again be the home base for the eleventh annual Dairy Industry Recognition where we will honor the industry’s leading producers, recognize dairy scholarship recipients and dairy judging team members, as well as announce the new group of dairy ambassadors.
Dairy Ambassador Program application coming soon!
Don’t miss your chance to buy some beautiful heifers as part of the Kreeger and Associates GLRDC Online Heifer Auction on February 4, 2021 at 6 p.m.
GLRDC 2021 Experts
“The planning committee has been committed to identifying speakers who will provide the latest and highest quality information on timely topics important to the region’s dairy producers, farm managers and dairy industry professionals. Our goal is to provide an engaging forum for all sectors of the dairy industry to come together in one place at one time to learn, share information and gather the latest resources to help increase their profitability while doing more with less.”
– Brian Troyer, GLRDC executive board member and dairy nutrition specialist
Tangaroa Walker, Southland New Zealand
Sandra Godden, DVM, DVSc
University of Minnesota
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Bonus MSU Extension Session:
How strategic planning changed our dairy producer panel
Discuss strategic business planning for dairies with a panel of producers who have been through significant changes in their own dairy businesses. In addition, MSU Extension experts will provide a playbook for Dairy producers to start their own strategic planning process.