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Youth is the life-blood of any industry and there has never been a more exciting and vibrant future in agriculture than today. Young people are seeing these opportunities, as agriculture extends far beyond on-farm production.
When DMI first founded USDEC in 1995, Beck says, the U.S. dairy industry was fairly inward looking – not as reliant on exports.
Sustainability. It’s not an easy concept to define, either for us in the U.S. dairy industry, or the consumers we serve. But, oh, is it ever important.
The American consumer has changed. No longer does the typical family raise their own food on their own land. Far from it. In fact, less than 2% of current American households are actively involved in agriculture.
As the dairy industry has evolved through the years, so has the need for additional labor. The immigrant worker has been a critical piece to this ever-changing industry.
In 1710, William Nellis—along with his brother, sister, mother and father—boarded a ship to escape religious persecution in Dutch Holland. The journey wasn’t easy. And William’s father, Johannas, did not survive.
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