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The Indiana Dairy Producers (IDP) organization is an organized voice for Hoosier dairy farmers, representing their interests across the state. Since the organization’s inception in 1999, IDP has engaged with both producers and those that impact dairy farmers: regulators, policy-makers, dairy companies, consumers and industry partners. The Indiana Dairy Producers is a proactive, positive and professional network of dairy producer-members across the state. As an advocate and a partner, we proudly serve the dairy producers of Indiana.
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Inside Indiana Business Features Push for Action on Farm Worker Legislation
Steve Obert discusses the importance of legislation to allow greater access to labor for Indiana’s dairy producers.
Click here to see the story and listen to the interview.
NRCS Can Help You ID Energy Efficiency
The odds are good that you don’t think about the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) when you open your energy bills. However, this agency can be resource to help you with energy usage. The NRCS offers opportunities to help producers not only conserve energy, but reduce their overall energy demands through assistance in identifying energy efficient component upgrades. Details and information can be found HERE
Our Mission in Action: Dairy Judging Team Goes Global
Congratulations to Purdue's Dairy Judging Team!
As an advocate for Indiana’s Dairy industry, we are delighted to celebrate the success of the next generation of industry leaders. We congratulate the Purdue Dairy Judging team who participated in the 101st National Intercollegiate Dairy Cattle Judging Contest at World Dairy Expo in, Madison, Wisconsin. Coached by Brian Engleking, the team of Josie Burbrink, Miriam Cook, Ryland Nierman, and Breezy Slonaker, finished in third place overall. The team also finished in fifth for Reasons. As individuals, Josie Burbrink was the 10th place individual overall, and Miriam Cook was 10th place in reasons.