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OSP Speaker Series

The Team at OSP Stockfeeds invite you to our informal gathering including a barbecue lunch and presentations from the following speakers :

Ms Alyssa Badger - Agricultural Analyst - HighGround Dairy, Chicago

Mr. Howard De Klerk - Specialist Nutritionist and Dairy Consultant - Dairy Nutrition and Management Solutions Ltd

WINTON AND INGLEWOOD

WINTON

  • Wednesday, 1st November 2017
  • The Salvation Army Hall, Winton
  • Be ready to start at 11.00 a.m. 
  • BBQ to start at 12.30 p.m. 

 

INGLEWOOD

  • Thursday, 2nd November 2017
  • Inglewood Rugby Club
  • Be ready to start at 11.00 a.m. 
  • BBQ to start at 12.30 p.m. 

 

**We hope to see you there**

 

SPEAKERS:

Ms Alyssa Badger              Agricultural Analyst         HighGround Dairy – Chicago

HighGround Dairy is a Chicago, U.SA. based independent brokerage advisory firm that also provides industry leading market intelligence, They have customers who span the entire dairy supply chain across the globe, including dairy farmers and processors.

 Ms Badger will present on the subject of tools for dairy price risk management, including futures and how the business gathers and reports on supply and demand drivers globally, including her view on the current state of the dairy market through her analysis of the key producers and consumers.

To be followed by :

Mr. Howard De Klerk       Specialist Nutritionist and Dairy Consultant who operates his own business  trading as : Dairy Nutrition and Management Solutions Ltd

Dairy Nutrition and Management Solutions was established in 2013 by Howard, who has more than 30 years international and local experience. Howard is passionate about the dairy industry and has a commitment to deliver exceptional outcomes for his customers.

 Howard will be addressing the thorny issue of marginal milk analysis at a time when environmental and other pressures are dictating the need for greater thought to lower stocking rates, better pasture utilisation and how to achieve gains in per cow production through better meeting the dairy cows’ nutritional needs for maintenance, growth and production

 The presenters above will be followed by the opportunity for some general discussion.  

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