The Dairy Business Association’s 11th Annual Business Conference, "Reaching New Heights...A Journey for Learning" is slated for Tuesday, Nov. 30 through Wednesday, Dec. 1st at The Madison Concourse Hotel in Madison, Wis.
This year's conference will cover timely topics ranging from the forthcoming immigration battle, Occupational Safety and Health Administration's proposed Wisconsin enforcement program, future livestock expansion in the state and a segment on milk pricing offering insight on the U.S. Farm Bill. 
Evening events include a cheese and wine reception with legislators, dinner and networking.  And back by popular demand, the evening speaker will be Wall Street's own Stephen Moore to once again provide an insider's look at the nation's economic situation. A year after the health care law passed, Moore will share how it will impact you. 
David Crass from Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP in Madison starts out Day Two with an update on the 8-plus-years case of Larson Acres. Learn how this Supreme Court case will set the course for all future livestock expansion in Wisconsin. 
The conference concludes with segment on milk pricing that every producer needs to hear. Ben Yale (Senior Partner of Yale Law Office in Waynesfield, Ohio and nationally recognized as an expert on dairy law, regulation and policy) will discuss the U.S. Farm Bill, the primary ag policy tool of the federal government.
The registration fee is $175, with a special rate of $99 for dairy producers.  All are welcome to attend.

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Source: Dairy Business Association