Episodes of PDPW’s The Dairy Signal™ next week will highlight human health issues as well as ways to stay organized with finances, taxes and herd management in 2022. On Tues., Jan. 11, we’ll dive into how the coronavirus works in humans and understand the basics of vaccines. The Wednesday episode will feature tax advice for the new year and Thursday will highlight smart phone apps that can make a difference for your herd and business.
Tuesday, Jan. 11
Take a deep dive into how coronavirus breaks down in humans and learn how vaccines work, starting with the basics. Episode presenter will be:
· Dr. Chris Ashworth, DVM, Discovery Researcher-Beef, Global Veterinarian, Zinpro Performance Minerals
Wednesday, Jan. 12 Start the new year off with a discussion on tax preparation, from tips for 2021 filing and claims to a review of changes that will impact 2022. Learn about what will have the most impact on your business and farm, and how you can prepare. Episode presenter will be:
Tune in for a roundtable discussion with dairy farmers on how to make the most of smart phones, including apps for managing herd and financial data, coordinating schedules and staying connected with teams and more. Episode presenters will be:
· Mitch Breunig, dairy farmer, Mystic Valley Farms LLC
· Jared Feltz, dairy farmer, Feltz Family Farms & Dairy Store
Developed by fellow dairy farmers from the Professional Dairy Producers® (PDPW) Board of Directors, The Dairy Signal™ is a weekly series of free educational episodes offering insights and resources for fellow dairy farmers and other food system professionals throughout the value chain. The episodes air live from 12:00-1:00 PM CT each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Live sessions offer attendees the opportunity to engage in open Q&A with the speakers; recorded sessions are available later in the day. All Dairy Signal episodes are accessible through www.pdpw.org.
For more information, contact PDPW at 800-947-7379 or by emailing [email protected]. Join the conversation digitally by following @dairyPDPW and using #TheDairySignal on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn.