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Have you been wondering about the FARM 4.0 Program and how it impacts dairy producers? Join us for a special edition of our monthly “Protecting Your Profits” webinar on Wednesday, July 27 from 12-1 p.m. The event will feature Beverly Hampton Phifer, Director of Animal Care from the National Dairy FARM Program, who will explain why FARM was created for dairy farmers by dairy farmers. She will share how the FARM Program protects not only individual dairy farm families but also the broader dairy industry. Every three years the FARM program is re-evaluated, and the next version will be released on July 1, 2024. The revision process has already begun, and Beverly will give updates about the revisions, how dairy farmers can be involved, and what potential changes may be made in version FARM 5.0.
Led by Zach Myers, Risk Education Manager at the Center, individuals can join the discussion via conference call, webinar, or podcast format.
How to Join:
Visit www.centerfordairyexcellence.org/JulyPYP on Wednesday, July 27 at noon to launch the webinar. You can also search “Center for Dairy Excellence” on YouTube and Facebook to watch a live stream of the webinar that day.
Conference Call Format
Individuals who would prefer to connect via conference call can dial the following number on Wednesday, July 27 at 12 p.m.:
Meeting ID: 848 3416 1708
Visit www.centerfordairyexcellence.org/pyp to listen to the “Protecting Your Profits” podcast and subscribe to get notified when new episodes are released. Episodes are expected to be published after the live webinar and conference call are concluded each month.
About Beverly Hampton Phifer:
Beverly Hampton Phifer is the Director of Animal Care for the National Dairy FARM Program. Her responsibilities include day-to-day animal care program management, on-farm resource development, evaluator training process and outreach with allied industry partners. Beverly’s involvement in animal agriculture is life-long. Growing up in North Carolina’s agritourism industry, she has been involved in selecting, raising and managing both a wide variety of domestic and exotic animal species. Her unique background laid a strong foundation of the importance of animal agriculture and appreciating those who dedicate their lives to the industry in addition to the widening gap between food production and consumers.
She graduated from North Carolina State University with a Bachelor of Science in Poultry Science in 2015. During her time at NC State, she interned at the Animal Agriculture Alliance. After graduation, Beverly worked for The U.S. Poultry & Egg Association providing technical support in environmental, worker safety and animal care issue areas. Additionally, she has provided programmatic support and facilitation for various animal agriculture trade associations. She joined the FARM team in May of 2016.