ACT Program for Young Cooperators
Advancing Cooperation Together (ACT) for Young Farmers-
Save the Date - Jan. 31- Feb. 2, 2014
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- ACT Program: Offered to members and key farm personnel between the ages of 18 and 40. The ACT program features an annual conference and provides participants with additional opportunities to network with cooperative leadership and build upon their skills. The ACT program nurtures and encourages young, knowledgeable and articulate leaders for the future of Dairylea.
- ACT Conference: Usually held early each year, the ACT conference features forums for interactions with cooperative leaders, special guest presentations and the opportunity for networking with peers.
Thank you to all who joined us for the 2013 ACT Conference for young farmers held this year in Syracuse, N.Y.!
Advancing Cooperation Together Conference held March 1-3, 2013
Dairylea Cooperative Inc. and Dairy Farmers of America, Inc., were proud to once again sponsor the Advancing Cooperation Together (ACT) Conference. The conference, held March 1-3, at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Syracuse, N.Y., brought together young farmer members from farms across the Northeast to hear important information affecting the dairy industry, including updates on how Dairylea Cooperative and Dairy Farmers of America are responding to marketing conditions, economic changes, milk inspector and plant perspectives, crop tips and much more.
The conference began Friday evening with a welcome reception and Farm Services trade show, where members had the opportunity to talk with farm service representatives on products, services and savings available to them through their membership. Just a few of these offerings are insurance, risk management tools, a member savings network and farm supplies unit.
To read the complete article on the 2012 ACT Conference, click here.
For more information about the ACT program, please contact Sara Barth by email or call 1-800-654-8838 ext. 5496.