2020 Track Sessions

Concurrent Tracks

Wed. Jan. 22, 10 am – 12 pm

Presentations at Dairy Strong are grouped into topic “tracks”. There are two presentations per track – each one is an hour. If you are interested in multiple areas, you can cross over into different tracks. There are no rules, attend the sessions that peak your interest!

Check the full schedule for the most up-to-date information, and we’ll see you at Dairy Strong!

  • Track 1: Supply chain – (Hall of Ideas, Level 4)
    • Secure Milk Supply – Safety across the dairy supply chains
      • Dr. Darlene Konkle, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
      • Becki Slater, Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
      • Mike Starkey, Minnesota Department of Agriculture
      • Moderated by Adam Brock, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin
    • Stronger together: How collaboration contributes to conservation success. Sponsored by Michael Best.
      • Cody Carpenter, Redrock View Farms
      • Wes Garner, GLC Minerals
      • Colleen Geurts, Schreiber Foods Inc
      • Doug Thomas, Houston Engineering Inc.
      • Greg Siegenthaler, Grande Cheese
      • Moderated by Paige Frautschy, The Nature Conservancy
  • Track 2: Dairy vs. plant-based (Madison Ballrooms CD, Level 4)
    • In light of changing consumer preference: FDA modernization of standards of identity and labeling claims, Emily Lyons and Eric McLeod, Husch Blackwell LLP. Sponsored by Husch Blackwell LLP.
    • Dairy milk vs. non-dairy: A look at consumer trends, nutrition and sustainability perceptions, Jen Walsh, Dairy Farmers of Wisconsin. Sponsored by Quality Liquid Feeds.
  • Track 3: Economic opportunities (Madison Ballrooms AB, Level 4)
    • Breaking through the noise of today’s risk management tools, Mike North and Ryan Yonkman Vault AgSponsored by Vault Ag.
    • Prospering in a down ag economy, Crystal Pollack-Wilson and Austin Burby, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP. Sponsored by CliftonLarsonAllen LLP.
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