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Manage dairy employees, establish farm protocols, take on milk marketing, and become more confident in your farm financials.

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Generational conflict isn’t new. Real-world issues not only come to define generations but can shape how entire generations view and relate to authority, rules and regulations – and to the workplace in general.

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Good health and well-being of farm team members is paramount to a farm’s sustainability. As part of a mini-series focused on Alltech’s global sustainability goals, the company offered a virtual panel discussion on June 25, highlighting health and wellness from a Canadian perspective.

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At the beginning of 2019, I started implementing The One Thing principles in my personal and business life, and it has transformed how I make decisions and approach change for myself, with my spouse and in our family business.

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The television series Undercover Boss prompts business owners and executives to leave the comfort of their offices for an up-close look at the day-to-day operations of their companies.

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An employee handbook is an important document all farms should have. The purpose of a handbook is to outline the expectations the farm has for its employees, as well as including rules and policies.

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Ben Loewith farms in partnership with his father (Carl) and uncle (Dave) just outside Hamilton, Ontario. They farm 850 acres, with the help of custom operators, and milk 450 cows, averaging 45 to 46 kilograms of milk per cow per day.

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