Driven by its "Blueprint for Action" theme, this year’s EPBC offers 16 presentations designed specifically to propel dairy producers to new ideas and greater profitability.
Past attendees of Dairy Today’s Elite Producer Business Conference (EPBC) have described it as "a fantastic event" and have applauded its "excellent meeting place," "good speakers, good venue, good program."
Dairy Today’s 2013 EPBC will again be held at the Bellagio in Las Vegas, Nov. 11–13.
For the first time, the EPBC will start at 3 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 11 and wrap up 10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13. The revised start and end times allow attendees to participate for the entire conference and still make cross-country flight schedules.
Driven by its "Blueprint for Action" theme, this year’s EPBC offers 16 different presentations designed specifically to propel dairy producers to new ideas and greater profitability.
Michael Swanson, chief economist for Wells Fargo, will keynote the meeting with his much-in-demand views on global dairy economics. Popular presenter and attorney Anthony Raimondo will explore "What Immigration Reform Will Mean to You." Joel Karlin, commodity manager and market analyst with Western Milling, will discuss the milk/feed price outlook.
Along with a panel on how dairy sustainability feeds profits, we’re also featuring producer panels on vertical integration, relocation and satellite dairies, and our ever popular panel with Dairy Today Dollars and Sense panelists.
To check out this year’s agenda, click here.
To register, go here.