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06 Dec, 2018

Show Non-Farming Neighbors You Care

Leadership | By: Dairy Talk

'Until our neighbors understand what we do, why we do it and why we care, they can be led to believe we’re a caricature of evil.' --Don Niles, Wisconsin dairy farmer.

07 Nov, 2018

Captain Charles Plumb Offers Parachute to Dairy Farmers with MILK Business Conference Keynote Speech

Leadership | By: Portia Stewart

Former Navy Fighter Pilot and Kansas farm kid reminds dairy farmers that adversity is a terrible thing to waste.

23 Oct, 2018

A Dairy Farmer’s Fight With Breast Cancer

Leadership | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

In honor of breast cancer awareness month, we wanted to share the story of Anita Van der Laan, a dairy farmer from Oklahoma.

08 Oct, 2018

Hotel Deadline! Don’t Miss The Milk Business Conference

Leadership | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

Today is the last day you can book a hotel room at our special rate.

11 Sep, 2018

From Hanoi Hilton To American Inspiration

Leadership | By: Anna-Lisa Laca

One man’s journey to turn his suffering as a prisoner of war into tools to help others overcome the biggest of challenges.

09 Aug, 2018

Pennsylvania’s Dairy Conundrum

Leadership | By: Dairy Talk

While Pennsylvania still ranks as the sixth largest milk producing state, it is doing so only on the strength of cow numbers.

18 Jul, 2018

Five Characteristics of Top Dairy Managers

Leadership | By: Jim Dickrell

You attitude is often more important than expertise in managing your dairy. 

11 Jul, 2018

How To Make Good People Quit

Leadership | By: Mike Opperman

When you micromanage employees they are more likely to leave for greater freedom.

26 Jun, 2018

Collaboration Creates Impact

Leadership | By: Barb O'Brien

Innovation Center’s 10 years offers much to celebrate

21 Jun, 2018

Undercover Videos Aren’t Going Away, Here's How To Protect Yourself

Leadership | By: Jane Hillstrom

How do you avoid animal activists coming to your farm? First, don’t give them a reason to visit.