Dairy Strong conference going virtual

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Sept. 1, 2020

Contact: Jamie Mara

(920) 209-3990 | jmara@dairyforward.com

Dairy Strong conference going virtual
Dairy Business Association announces Jan. 19-21 dates, online format for event

GREEN BAY, Wis. — Dairy Strong, an annual conference that brings together farmers and a wide variety of others connected to the dairy community, will move to an online-only format in January due to uncertainty about the pandemic, the Dairy Business Association (DBA) announced today.

The association hosts the event, which this past January drew 600 farmers, corporate professionals, government and university representatives, and other partners for learning, networking, celebrating and having deep-dive discussions about challenges and opportunities.

DBA is in the process of developing the programming for the virtual event — Jan. 19-21 — and will announce details later. Past conferences had been held in Madison.

“Although the format will change, our goal remains as it has always been — to provide an experience where ideas are shared, connections are made and people are inspired,” the group’s executive director, Tim Trotter, said. “Dairy Strong’s programming has always been unique. The change in format will make the conference even more so.”

We will announce cost, registration, sponsorship opportunities and other details later.

Logos:

Click here for the Dairy Strong logo

Click here for the DBA logo

Photo:

Click here for a photo of Tim Trotter

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About Dairy Strong:

Dairy Strong is a conference where farmers representing farms of all sizes and management philosophies are joined by connected business owners and partners to learn, engage and explore. The event is hosted by the Dairy Business Association, Wisconsin’s leading dairy lobby group, which represents farms of all sizes and other dairy interests throughout the state. For more information, go to dairystrong.org.

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