NEW for 2020! The in-booth sessions are a brand new concept for Dairy Strong in an effort to provide attendees with even more content and experts from the dairy community. Some of our most impactful interactions happen in a casual atmosphere. Picture a “pop-up” session that takes place directly in the presenter’s trade show booth as a scheduled time.
Here’s how it works: The schedule of in-booth sessions is below and in all printed collateral. We’ll have signage on site too to help direct attendees. There is some overlap with Innovation Stage sessions, but there is only one in-booth session at a time.
Sessions last for 30 minutes or less. There are cocktail tables and other mobile seating options available for 20-30 people. We designed these sessions to allow for conversation and casual feedback between presenter and attendee.
Wed. Jan. 22:
12:30 p.m. – Booth #318 | Mastitis identification, formation and farm troubleshooting, Brett Roeller, Director of national accounts, Qualitru Sampling Systems. Sponsored by Qualitru Sampling Systems.
1 p.m. – Booth #321 | Beef on dairy: Considerations for your breeding program, Amanda Cauffman, Ag Educator, UW-Madison Division of Extension. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Beef Council.
2 p.m. – Booth #204 | Engaging with consumers today: breaking through and building bridges, Nate Janssen, Director, Farmer Relations at Dairy Management Inc. Coordinated by Dairy Management Inc.
2:30 p.m. – Booth #319 | Modern dairy facility ventilation is entering a new phase of intelligent machines, Michael Wolf, consulting veterinarian, VES Environmental Solutions. Sponsored by VES Environmental Solutions.
4 p.m. – Booth #320 | What do wine, cheese and your cows’ health have in common? Dr. Neil Michael, Manager, technical services, Arm & Hammer Animal Nutrition. Sponsored by Arm & Hammer Animal and Food Production.
4:30 p.m. – Booth #321 | The Beef Checkoff – what your dollar does, Tammy Vaassen, executive director and Brooke Roberts, director of communications, Wisconsin Beef Council. Sponsored by the Wisconsin Beef Council.