Knowledge Exchange

Upcoming Webinars

Past Webinars

  • LGM vs. MPP

    Do you still need to decide between MPP and LGM? Have you been too busy with harvest to attend any margin protection webinars? This webinar provided more details on each program, as well as a discussion of key points to consider when choosing which option is best for your operation.

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  • The Dairy Margin Protection Program: Decision Tools and Strategies

    Cornell’s Dr. Novakovic provided an in-depth look at the new Dairy Margin Protection Program, the Dairymarkets.org internet decision tool and talked about strategies and options for making the MPP work for your operation, whatever size it may be. This webinar was hosted by Farm Credit East, in conjunction with New York Farm Bureau, The Northeast Dairy Producers Association (NEDPA) and Cornell Pro-Dairy.

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  • The Dairy Margin Protection Program: Procedures, decision tools and strategies

    On Friday, September 26, 2014, Farm Credit East, in conjunction with New York Farm Bureau, The Northeast Dairy Producers Association (NEDPA) and Cornell Pro-Dairy, hosted this webinar featuring Andrew Novakovic, PhD, Cornell University, Mark Stephenson, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison and John Newton, PhD, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. These three dairy policy experts reviewed the rules and procedures behind the new Dairy Margin Protection Program; talked about price and margin forecasting and expectations; and finally, reviewed the decision tools available and talked strategies for making the MPP work for your operation.

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  • Dairy Policy and the Farm Bill: The Margin Protection Program

    In this webinar, Dr. Andy Novakovic of Cornell University, and Dr. John Newton, of University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, talked about Dairy Policy and the 2014 Farm Bill programs, specifically the Margin Protection Program (MPP).

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  • 2013 Northeast Dairy Farm Summary

    During this webinar, Chris Laughton, author and Director of Knowledge Exchange, presented the results of Farm Credit East’s “Blue Book.” Following, a reaction panel gave commentary on 2013 results.

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  • OSHA Inspections on NYS Dairy Farms – Update and Review

    During this webinar, Ron Williams, Compliance Assistance Specialist for OSHA’s Syracuse, N.Y. office, provided an update on the plans of OSHA to conduct compliance inspections on New York State dairy farms in 2014. This is part of OSHA’s Local Emphasis Program (LEP). Mr. Williams covered updates on LEP and information on the dairy dozen inspection points. In addition, Karl Czymmek, Cornell PRO-DAIRY, provided an update on who can join OSHA on an inspection.

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