IDFA Seeks Innovative Dairy Farmer of the Year Nominations

The Innovative Dairy Farmer of the Year award recognizes on-farm efficiency.

Published on: Jun 26, 2012

The International Dairy Foods Association is accepting nominations the Innovative Dairy Farmer of the Year award. The winner will be honored at the 2013 Dairy Forum, January 27-30 in Orlando, Fla. The deadline for nominations is September 17, 2012, and there is no entry fee.

The call asks for nominations of active U.S. dairy farms that are improving on-farm efficiency through progressive management practices, production technologies and/or marketing approaches. Nominees will be judged on current methods as well as their positioning to meet future economic and business challenges.

The award recipient will receive an all-expenses-paid trip to the 2013 Dairy Forum to attend a special presentation ceremony held during the program. The person nominating the winner will receive complimentary registration to Dairy Forum.

The Innovative Dairy Farmer of the Year award recognizes on-farm efficiency.
The Innovative Dairy Farmer of the Year award recognizes on-farm efficiency.

In addition, the winning operation will be highlighted in the January 2013 issue of Dairy Today.

Dairy Forum is widely recognized as the most important processor and producer conference of the year for the U.S. dairy industry. The 2012 event drew a crowd of more than 900 industry participants.

This call for nominations begins the 15th annual competition for the award. The 2012 winner was Sweetwater Valley Farm, Philadelphia, Tenn.

Complete award criteria and a nomination form are available at www.idfa.org.