“Being strategically located near the resources of our partners at Penn State University, we have access at this year’s Summit to bring some great tools on site for demonstration,” said Jennifer Heltzel, dairy producer and Chair of the 2014 PA Dairy Summit. “I think it’s a great way to get engaged and learn at the same time.”
The demonstrations will be held in a special room, close to exhibitors, that will be open for use at various times on both days. Producers are encouraged to bring samples and/or data to run through the models and tools for real-time results.
Hosted annually by the Professional Dairy Managers of Pennsylvania and the Center for Dairy Excellence, the annual summit brings in more than 500 dairy producers and other industry enthusiasts for two days of learning and networking.
More information on what to bring is outlined at www.padairysummit.org under “Program,” then “Demonstration Area Topics.” For specific information and instructions, contact the Penn State Extension Dairy Team at 1-888-373-7232 or email@example.com.
For more information about the Summit is available at www.padairysummit.org and questions can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org or (814) 355-2467.
Pennsylvania Dairy Summit offers new hands-on demonstrations
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