Join the Dairy Calf & Heifer Association for its annual conference and trade show, in Lake Geneva, Wis., April 5-6, 2011. The “Welcome to Dairyland” conference offers the latest in production information and techniques, provides great hands-on business management training and includes live animal demonstrations to increase the awareness of animal husbandry among producers.
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The three areas on which the conference will focus are educational sessions featuring the latest industry information that growers and producers can use to improve their operations and their bottom line right away, an emphasis on the importance of good environmental stewardship and animal husbandry, and personal and professional growth through connections with industry leaders, fellow professionals and old and new friends.
The DCHA Conference will once again feature the highly instructive live animal demonstrations. Licensed veterinarians will provide hands-on learning opportunities for producers to sharpen their skills and adapt new techniques for their operations. This additional educational portion of the conference allows producers to ensure that they are handling and caring for their animals in the most humane way possible.
“The live animal demonstrations present conference goers with applied, not theoretical, humane handling techniques that they can take back to their operations,” said DCHA President
The trade show, historically a sell-out, offers conference attendees a chance to learn about dairy’s hottest new trends and talk with company representatives about what will work best in their operations. Exhibitors attend this premier dairy show for the unique networking and sales opportunities it offers by bringing together producers and growers of all operation sizes.
“This year’s conference in Lake Geneva will be one of our best,” continued
The conference and trade show will be held at the Grand Geneva Resort. To register or to find out more information about the 2011 Dairy Calf & Heifer Conference, visit www.calfandheifer.org or call 877-434-3377.
Source: Dairy Calf and Heifer Association