Over the last year I have attended my fair share of conferences, seminars and sessions. I have had the opportunity to share what I have learned with groups from coast to coast and met people from all walks of life. I consider myself incredibly fortunate to be able to hear some of the top experts in their field speak and I have tried to soak up every bit of knowledge I can from them.
As a dairy farmer, part of my job is to keep learning how to do better for our cows and our farm. I can’t do that without connecting to people who can help me to learn.
In May I had the pleasure of joining some of my favorite blogging friends in Lexington, Kentucky at Alltech's 30th Annual International Symposium. Over the course of four days we drank beer, met new friends, sang karaoke (fueled by lots of beer) and we left with new knowledge and inspired to dream big. Alltech's Symposium allows me to stretch my mind in ways that I don’t get to often enough.
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By: Dairy Carrie, Guest Blogger
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About Dairy Carrie
An agriculture blogger from Southern Wisconsin, Carrie works on a 100 cow dairy farm with her husband and parents and claims to love dairy cows 'more than it is normal.' She speaks on agriculture at conferences around the world and writes about her passion on her blog, The Adventures of Dairy Carrie. Contact her here.