Second Annual Dairy Girl Networking Event Scheduled at PA Dairy Summit

State College, Pa., January 31, 2017 – Dairywomen are invited to the second annual Dairy Girl Networking Event scheduled at the PA Dairy Summit. Dairy girls will meet on Wed., Feb. 8 beginning at 8:45 pm in the Montgomery House at the Lancaster Marriott Hotel.

The Dairy Girl Network strives to connect dairywomen with one another as a source of support and inspiration. The networking event is open to women involved with any part of dairy – whether as a calf feeder, dairy owner, marketing or sales consultant servicing dairy farms or cheese producers, veterinarian, researchers, etc. If there is a dairy cow involved in what she does, she’s invited.

“Dairy Girl Network is an amazing, positive, collaborative group of women,” stated Tami Smith, Dairy Girl Network board member. “The group is always growing and welcoming new women. This social event is one of many different program areas that connect women. Come find out more or just connect with new and old friends.”

Following the evening dinner and dessert reception at PA Dairy Summit we welcome dairy girls to meet and be further empowered with connections and tools to achieve goals. Programs being developed by the fast-growing national organization will be introduced at the Dairy Girl Networking Event.

The networking event open to women dairy farmers and industry partners is made possible by founding sponsors, Diamond V, Land O’Lakes and Dairy Herd Management; sustaining sponsors CRV and DeLaval; catalyst sponsors Cargill, Zoetis, ImmuCell, plus event support through Multimin and Udder Comfort.

Pre-registration is encouraged at www.dairygirlnetwork.com and the cost for the event is $10.00 which includes appetizers, drinks and a special Dairy Girl Network gift. Walk-ins are also welcome at the event.

The Dairy Girl Network connects all women of the dairy industry, encouraging ideas and camaraderie in an effort to achieve personal and professional development. Designed as a welcoming network of passionate women involved in dairy, relationships will grow through shared experience, support and inspiration.

Second Annual Dairy Girl Networking Event Scheduled at PA Dairy Summit State College, Pa., January 31, 2017 – Dairywomen are invited to the second annual Dairy Girl Networking Event scheduled at the PA Dairy Summit. Dairy girls will meet on Wed., Feb. 8 beginning at 8:45 pm in the Montgomery House at the Lancaster Marriott Hotel. The Dairy Girl Network strives to connect dairywomen with one another as a source of support and inspiration. The networking event is open to women involved with any part of dairy – whether as a calf feeder, dairy owner, marketing or sales consultant servicing dairy farms or cheese producers, veterinarian, researchers, etc. If there is a dairy cow involved in what she does, she’s invited. “Dairy Girl Network is an amazing, positive, collaborative group of women,” stated Tami Smith, Dairy Girl Network board member. “The group is always growing and welcoming new women. This social event is one of many different program areas that connect women. Come find out more or just connect with new and old friends.” Following the evening dinner and dessert reception at PA Dairy Summit we welcome dairy girls to meet and be further empowered with connections and tools to achieve goals. Programs being developed by the fast-growing national organization will be introduced at the Dairy Girl Networking Event. The networking event open to women dairy farmers and industry partners is made possible by founding sponsors, Diamond V, Land O’Lakes and Dairy Herd Management; sustaining sponsors CRV and DeLaval; catalyst sponsors Cargill, Zoetis, ImmuCell, plus event support through Multimin and Udder Comfort. Pre-registration is encouraged at www.dairygirlnetwork.com and the cost for the event is $10.00 which includes appetizers, drinks and a special Dairy Girl Network gift. Walk-ins are also welcome at the event. The Dairy Girl Network connects all women of the dairy industry, encouraging ideas and camaraderie in an effort to achieve personal and professional development. Designed as a welcoming network of passionate women involved in dairy, relationships will grow through shared experience, support and inspiration.

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