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Successful turnout at the Dairy Calf and Heifer Association 2015 Annual Conference
May 2, 2015

More than 350 dairy calf and heifer growers, industry representatives and allied associates met in Madison, Wisconsin, for the Dairy Calf and Heifer Association 2015 Annual Conference held March 31 and April 1. Producers in attendance represented more than 500,000 cattle from 23 states and six countries, showcasing the increased national and international reach of the association.

The agenda and impressive line-up of speakers for the 2015 conference was planned for and hosted by calf and heifer raisers. The team created the new two-day agenda with a focus on calf performance, employee empowerment and financial success.

“This year’s DCHA Conference was one of our most successful to date,” says Lane Sollenberger, DCHA president anowner of Dream Farms in Newburg, Pennsylvania. “Like the other conference attendees, I am energized by the new ideas that I can take back to my facility; gained through the seminars, farm tours and by networking with other calf and heifer raisers and industry leaders. The DCHA team is proud of our association’s growth and is excited to continue building on this momentum.”

The conference lineup included educational tracks for all involved in calf raising, with sessions for: farm owners and managers, employees and those interested in dairy beef.

Make plans to join DCHA for the 2016 conference, set for March 8 through 10, 2016, in Madison, Wisconsin. Additional information will be available at Calf and Heifer website,  Facebook and Twitter.

For more information or to join DCHA, visit:
Calf and Heifer website, phone: 855-400-3242 or email: [email protected].

Source: High Plain Journal


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